Karin Dahlberg at the PhenoLab with ‘The in-betweenness of phenomenology and its essential value in the care of vulnerable persons’.
Prof. Dr. Karin Dahlberg, (Emeritus) (Linnaeus University, Sweden)
‘The in-betweenness of phenomenology and its essential value in the care of vulnerable persons’
Online – Tuesday December 21 at 16.45 CET
Karin Dahlberg RN, EdD, PhD is professor in health sciences, partly retired. Previously at Växjö university/Linnaeus University in Sweden where she directed a doctoral program of health sciences as well as a centre for Lifeworld Research. Together with Helena Dahlberg, she has developed a phenomenological approach to empirical research (Reflective Lifeworld Research). She has been a visiting scholar at several universities in the US and in the UK, and has given a number of summer courses as well as lectures in the philosophy and methodology of phenomenology in US, UK, Lithuania, and in southeast Asia. Her articles have been translated into both Chinese and Japanese. She is on the editorial board for several international journals. She has authored several Swedish books on health care science and phenomenology.
Please contact Prof. Dr. Francesca Brencio ([email protected]) to receive the link for the meeting.
Lectures and Discussions will be held in English