Our research group study the relationships and dynamics of Health, Technology, and Organisation (HTO) with the goal of creating knowledge that support sustainable development and utilization of ICT. Areas of interest include eHealth and the proliferation of such services. The concept of a digital work environment and its application to promote healthy work. Methods and techniques to support the deployment of a redesigned organisation of work including new ICT. The compatibility of user centred design and usability work with Agile methodologies and novel software development practices. Inclusive design and design for all, as well as gender and ICT. We subscribe to an Action Research approach to study design and strive for swift and wide dissemination of our research through an array of outlets ranging from high impact journals and conferences to open platforms and social media applications.
Latest posts by Lind (see all)
- IT and Nurses’ Daily Work: An Invisible Burden – a Licentiate Seminar by Diane Golay - March 22, 2019
- Seminar with Lina Nilsson on “Social Challenges when Implementing eHealth in Healthcare – Organisational Experiences from Research and Development Projects” - March 22, 2019
- SciFest 2018 and Lars Oestreicher - December 20, 2018