Centre Religion, Health and Wellbeing
- Mental health and Meaning
- Existential wellbeing in healthcare contexts
- Health and Religious Diversity
- Healthy Ageing, the End of Life and Bereavement
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. We conduct research within a range of fields, working together across the disciplines both in and outside the University. Our research covers numerous themes, such as the search for meaning, spirituality, ethical questions surrounding the end of life, and diversity in religious and cultural attitudes to sickness and health. The menu on the left will help you to find more information about our research and networks.
Director: Kim Knibbe