FAMN is a multidisciplinary team that focuses on support to children and adolescents. The research is conducted in the following research teams:
The aim for the research in FAMN is that children and adolescents should be able to achieve a good life, with a sense of coherence and quality of life.
The researchers in FAMN have different perspectives, skills in relation to pregnancy, children and families. The participating research groups and researchers work in an interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and multicultural manner in order to identify and develop services for the subjects of their research - children and the families in care and in the community.
African webinarium about neonatal pain management
Pediatric Health Initative (PHI) is a collaboration between Astrid Lindgren’s Children’s Hospital and hospitals in Africa, which also has engaged nurses from the neonatal unit in Örebro. On March 16 there will be a webinarium.
Sofie, new PhD-student in FAMN
Sofie Högström is a pyhysiotherapist working in primary health care in Örebro. She was one of the group-leaders in the Just-in-TIME-project with dance and yoga for young girls with recurrent abdominal pain. She is now accepted as a doctoral student.
Education about violence against children
One of the Agenda 2030 global goals concerns violence against children. Sweden has committed to work extra with this goal.