The research group

As nurses and health professionals, we have a patient centered focus that make us particularly concerned with the subjective phenomenon Quality of life. Having a good life through the lifespan is crucial to each individual. The Quality of life Research Group consists of researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan […]

As nurses and health professionals, we have a patient centered focus that make us particularly concerned with the subjective phenomenon Quality of life. Having a good life through the lifespan is crucial to each individual.

Foto: Benjamin A. Ward / OsloMet

The Quality of life Research Group consists of researchers from the Faculty of Health Sciences at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University. Our research can be divided into four main areas: Long-term conditions, pain, family and public health and includes different patient- and user-populations in primary -and secondary health care. User involvement, development and evaluation of interventions (e.g. eHealth-interventions), mixed methods and psychometric evaluation of questionnaires are central research methods and activities. The group has extensive national and international collaboration.