Docentship at the MH faculty
The title of docent signifies a certain level of expertise. The holder has demonstrated autonomous research ability and teaching competency, and they possess a notably higher degree of research expertise than is required for a doctoral degree.
Those seeking appointment as an unsalaried docent must apply for it. Normally, a docent is appointed in one of the subjects that are established as a main field of study or subjects offered at the doctoral level within MH.
Here you will find the guidelines and application form as well as information about the main field of studies/research subjects that come under the faculty.
Main fields of study/Subjects
- Biomedical Laboratory Science
- Disability Research
- Medical Science (with Specialisation in Biomedicine, Medicine, Surgery, or
- Health and Caring Science
- Nursing Science
- Occupational Therapy
- Public Health Science
- Sport Science
Application and decision process
An academic appointment committee processes the docent application prior to a decision by the faculty board. This means that the committee first decides if an application fulfils the requirements, then forwards it for an external expert assessment. When the external expert’s report has been received, the committee gives their recommendation to the faculty board to either appoint the applicant as a non-salaried docent or to reject the application.