Six Million SEK Grant for Health and Welfare Research
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Associate Professor Marie Elf of Dalarna University has been awarded six million sek for research in the University's Health and Welfare research profile.

The project "Technology To Support Decision-Making about Aging at Home - The COORDINATE project has received funding from Forte and the EU programme "More Years, Better Lives".

The project involves international collaboration with Canada, the Netherlands and Sweden, and generated 9 million sek, of which 3 million will go to Marie Elf and colleagues at Dalarna Univeristy. The project group comprises Marie Elf, Lena Dahlberg, Kevin McKee and Jerker  Westin.

A further 3 million sek has also been received for the project "Miljöer för rehabilitering, vård och återhämtning - utanför sjukhuset och tillbaka till hemmet" (unoffical translation "Environments for Rehabilitation, Care and Recovery - Outside the Hospital and Back Home").