Postgraduate research studies at the Division of Health and Society
Postgratuate research studies at the Division of Health and Society are interdisciplinary and are expected to lead to a doctorate in Health and Society after four years of full-time studies.
The aim of the postgraduate research studies is to give the doctoral student specialised knowledge in the Division's field as well as in his/her specific area. The aim is also to provide postgraduate research courses, the guidance of a supervisor, and participation in the Divisions's common seminar series to prepare the student for independent efforts in research and development. The interdisciplinary perspective supplies tools for work with humanities and/or social science analyses of health issues in many different contexts.
The goal of the programme is to give the doctoral student the ability to critically and indepentently plan, participate in, lead, conclude and circulate knowledge about the research and development project.
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Last updated: 2013-01-07