The NordForsk Board has awarded a total of NOK 11 million to two research projects under the call for Nordic-Baltic research projects on user-driven innovation in health and welfare. There were 34 grant applications submitted in response to the call.
The overall goal of the Nordic Programme on Health and Welfare is to improve health in the Nordic countries by conducting high-quality research to find solutions to societal and public health challenges.
- Symptom monitoring after hospitalisation in patients with advanced heart failure – a Nordic-Baltic study. Project leader: Professor Anna Strömberg, Linköping University, Sweden. Funding: Up to 5,8 MNOK