Development grant accepted

Planning and development grant for co-production centre and the digital habitat.

The Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare has received a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundationexternal link, opens in new window, US. The project: "How to scale up, share and make use of the co-production idea to create better health for people?" aims at planning and developing an international co-production centre in collaboration with the Dartmouth institute, US. The received grant is of $141,463, and will be used during a planning time of nine months, with a possibilty for more funding if the planning goes well.

Contact and information, Ann-Christine Anderssonexternal link, opens in new window and Boel Andersson Gäre.external link, opens in new window

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