We conduct research on user perspectives on health care organisation, changes in health care, political-administrative priorities and interprofessional health care teams. We assess involvement in the research process and its impact on users, researchers and research outcomes.
Research on health care organisation can include the perspectives of patients, relatives and health care professionals, and concern readiness to change, satisfaction and experience with and/or clinical effect of care and treatment.
In addition to user involvement, there has been an increasing political interest in the health care system in cross-disciplinary collaboration, and interprofessional clinical training, as a necessity to strengthen team collaboration for both students and staff. This has led to a gradually increasing amount of research on health care professionals interprofessional qualifications in relation to illness and treatment.