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Research training

The Norwegian Centre for E-health Research has set itself the goal of being a leading research and study centre for e-health on both the national and international stage. Our research is future-oriented and interdisciplinary, and will lay the foundation for knowledge-based e-health policy development.

An important part of this work is to train researchers in e-health field. Doctoral students from around the world with backgrounds in areas such as technology, medicine or social sciences work at the centre. Doctoral students belong to and have supervisors from a university, but are affiliated to the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research.

Their doctorates are financed by external funds. The Norwegian Centre for E-health Research can support applications and preparatory work for doctorates.

The Norwegian Centre for E-health Research may also take on master students to join as visiting students or to work on projects.

UiT The Arctic University of Norway offers an international master in telemedicine and e-health in collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research.

Watch a film about the master programme in telemedicine and e-health at UiT The Arctic University of Norway:

Ready for the challenge? Master in telemedicine and E-health from UiT Helsefak on Vimeo.

This page was last updated:

14 December 2016