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PHED

Contact person: Michael Strange
Responsible: Michael Strange
Co-workers: Elisabeth Mangrio and Slobodan Zdravkovic
Partner: Carol Nilsson, Lund University
Funding: STINT
Timeframe: 2019-01-01 -- 2021-12-31
Research programme: Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare
Faculty/Department: Faculty of Health and Society, Faculty of Culture and Society, Global Political Studies, The Department of Care Science
Subject: Tvärvetenskap

Our consortium seeks to address an urgent challenge to society, namely the requirement to better understand how health practitioners and policy-makers can respond to increasing variations in the Swedish population that impact health needs and outcomes. To achieve that goal, the proposed multinational consortium is intended to internationalize the develoment of: 1) precision healthcare tools that are sensitive to the needs of a varied population; 2) political science research to identify the social exclusions that undermine precision healthcare and, using democractic theories, to explore the options for ensuring medical practitioners are better equipped to listen and acknowledge variation amongst the individuals they treat; and 3) educational modules associated to these research topics. In the long-term perspective, our innovative programme is likely to increase the equality of precision treatment in Sweden, as well as promote the integration and education of new citizens, followed by an improvement in health equity with additional benefits for Sweden.

PHED is an international consortium led by Lund and Malmö Universities, involving the University of Texas, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Federal University Rio de Janeiro. At Malmo University, it is a cross-faculty collaboration between the Faculty of Culture and Society (Dept. of Global Political Studies) and the Faculty of Health and Society (Dept. of Care Sciences), and will be hosted by the Reseach Centre Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM).

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