Groningen Centre for Health and Humanities
The Groningen Centre for Health & Humanities unites researchers working on a diverse range of topics. These include the history of medicine and the body, historical demography, gender, health politics, art history, architecture, linguistics and literary studies. Read more.
Centre for Public Health in Economics and Business
Centre of Expertise Healthwise generates and disseminates insights in the fields of economics, business and management to stimulate and promote health over the life cycle. Read more.
UMCG Research Institute Science in Healthy Ageing & healthcaRE (SHARE)
SHARE's mission is to elucidate factors related to health, notably Healthy Ageing. We perform investigations into determinants and consequences of illness and ageing, quality of life, care and cure. Read more.
Global Health Law Groningen
In a multidisciplinary setting, the research centre Global Health Law Groningen works on a variety of different topics related to international health law. Read more.
Expertise Center Architecture, Urbanism and Health
Expertise Center Architecture, Urbanism and Health promotes public health through architectural and urban interventions. Read more.
Centre for Religion, Health and Wellbeing
The Centre for Religion, Health and Wellbeing serves as a hub for researchers working on themes relating to health and wellbeing in the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Groningen.
Read a blog, written by Jochen Mierau, about the centre here.
Read a newsarticle [Dutch] of Medisch Contact about the opening of the centre here.
Centre of Expertise Healthy Ageing, Hanze University of Applies Sciences
The Centre of Expertise Healthy Ageing was established on 1 September 2014, bringing together all Healthy Ageing activities of the entire Hanze University of Applied Sciences. The aim of this center is to improve the connection and coordination of the triangle research-education-entrepreneurship. Read more.
Social Sciences Centre for Health and Well-being
Did you know that if you want to live a long and healthy life it may be as important to have social relationships as it is to stop smoking?
At the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences (BSS) we have novel perspectives on health and well-being. Why? Because we...
…. consider social relationships central to health and well-being.
…. study individual health in a broader context that integrates social and institutional domains.
…. focus on both vulnerability and resilience in various health and well-being related contexts.
…. try to learn from those people who stay healthy and satisfied throughout their lives rather than only those who suffer from (age-related) disease.
…. study which health and well-being interventions work best and why.
Interested in what the centre does? Take a look at their website!
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