We promote overall well-being in an effective way. We develop and foster the use of human-driven and effective service and technology innovations in different contexts.
Well-being from the living environment, physical activity and tourism
Social inclusion, the working world, and everyday safety
Data and technology for well-being
The research group of Physical Activity and Functional Capacity
The Physical Activity and Functional Capacity Research Group assesses and studies human physical activity and capacity in different environments. The research is guided by ethical principles and research integrity in human sciences. The research group develops and produces solutions that promote the well-being and mobility of individuals and groups in different environments such as companies, organizations, or communities.
Health Archives - LAB Focus
Social robots supporting elderly persons’ well-being
As the global population ages, ensuring the mental well-being of elderly individuals becomes increasingly essential. Good mental health enables individuals to function effectively, maintain positive relationships, and experience a sense of fulfilment also in a high age. Good mental health is an essential aspect of overall well-being and involves finding a balance in emotions, thoughts, […] The post Social robots supporting elderly persons’ well-being appeared first on LAB Focus.
Learning from the pandemic in order to improve nurses’ emotional well-being in the future
Since 2019, the infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 spread rapidly around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic is considered the largest community health event in more than a century. As primary health care services are the first line of defense in healthcare, nurses have to face greater work intensity and psychological […] The post Learning from the pandemic in order to improve nurses’ emotional well-being in the future appeared first on LAB Focus.
Value-based public procurements to corroborate eroding Nordic welfare state model?
The resilience of the public sector is relatively weak, and it reacts sensitively to unexpected chances in society through the expensive and long-lasting remedial social welfare and health care services, making the service system vulnerable and undermining the ability to support people proactively in their everyday environments at work, home, school, digital and other leisure […] The post Value-based public procurements to corroborate eroding Nordic welfare state model? appeared first on LAB Focus.