Ongoing projects at CESAR

Digital daily activity centres. The digital leap triggered by Covid-19 and its future consequences for individuals with ID. (Kristina Engwall, Uppsala University, Forte 2021-2024)

How are (un)equal assessments of the needs of older people created? A study of care managers ´ internal discussions during case conferences in social services? (Anna Olaison Uppsala University, Annika Tagizadeh Larsson and Johannes H Österholm, Linköping University. Forte 2020-2023)

When the Social Insurance Agency must deal with new social problems: Maintenance support case officers’ strategies to assess and respond to intimate partner violence. (Stina Fernqvist, Marie Flinkfeldt and Helena Tegler, Uppsala University. Försäkringskassan 2020-2021)

Making sense of suicide: communicative suicide prevention based on help-seekers’ and volunteers’ meaning making on a suicide helpline. (Clara Iversen, Uppsala University, Michael Westerlund, Stockholm University and Sebastian Kohl, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies. Forte 2018-2021)

The relation between perception and attribution of guilt in court hearings – comparing rape, assault and robbery. (Maritha Jacobsson, Uppsala University. Forte.)

Perception and attribution of guilt in court hearings – comparing rape, assault and fraud. (Maritha Jacobsson, Uppsala University. Forte.) 

Building a professional identity as social worker - analyses of students' reflective writing and interviews. (Siv-Britt Björktomta and Andreas Nord, Uppsala University. CESAR 2018- ongoing)

Matching in practice – how to find the right foster family home for the right child. (Ann-Sofie Bergman, Kristina Engwall and Miia Bask, Uppsala University, Ulrika Järkestig Berggren,  Linnaeus University, Maria Eriksson, Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University College. Forte 2021-2023.)

Equal terms? Manifestations of inequality in parents’ contacts with the Social Insurance Agency about parental leave. (Marie Flinkfeldt and Frida Höglund, Uppsala University. Forte 2018-2022)

Digital daily activities. (Kristina Engwall, Uppsala University. Verifiering för samverkan, Uppsala University 2021.)

Until needs do us part - Identifying supportive strategies within needs assessment interaction involving couples living with different care needs. (Elin Nilsson and Anna Olaison, Uppsala University. Forte 2020-2021.)

The method and model of IBIC (The Individual´s needs in focus) – a critical perspective. (Kristina Engwall, Uppsala University and Gunnel Andersson, Stockholm University. Forte 2021-2024)

Teachers’ enhanced ability to include non-speaking students in multi-party classroom interaction with focus on knowledge generation. (Helena Tegler, Uppsala University. Forte 2022-2023)

Research projects supervised by people at other universities

Child protection assessments as a private market- changes in organization and professional practice. (Ulrika Järkestig Berggren,  Linnaeus University, Ann-Sofie Bergman, Uppsala University, Kerstin Arnesson,  Linnaeus University, Titti Mattsson, Lund University. Forte 2018-2021.)

Material relationships in action: the social psychology of social robots in dementia care. (Marcus Persson, Linköping University, Clara Iversen , Uppsala University, David Redmalm, Mälardalen University. Vetenskapsrådet 2020-2022)

The meaning of social robots for caregivers and organization in dementia care. (Marcus Persson, Linköping University, Clara Iversen, Uppsala University, David Redmalm, Mälardalen University. AFA 2020-2022.)

Social closeness in times of physical distance: supportive communication with older people during the Covid-19 crisis. (Marcus Persson, Linköping University, Clara Iversen, Uppsala University, David Redmalm, Mälardalen University, Marie Flinkfeldt, Uppsala University. Vetenskapsrådet 2020-2022)

Specialised teams as organisational approaches to violence in close relationships. (Maria Eriksson, Ersta Sköndal Bräcke University College, Ann-Sofie Bergman, Uppsala University. Forte 2020-2022)

Starved to death? Exploring the care of 'untidy uneducable feebleminded' patients at Vipeholm asylum. (Elin Bommenel, Lund University, Kristina Engwall, Uppsala University, Anna Tunlid, Lund University and Malin Appelquist, Region Skåne. VR 2021-2024)

Developing and validating a method for assessment of children´s caring activities in child protection assessments. (Ulrika Järkestig Berggren,  Linnaeus University, Ann-Sofie Bergman, Uppsala University, Kerstin Arnesson, Mats Anderberg and Johanna Thulin,  Linnaeus University. Forte 2020-2024)

Towards a sustainable working life in social services - a longitudinal project on social work students' way from education to working life. (Siv-Britt Björktomta, Uppsala University and Pia Tham, University of Gävle. 2014 – ongoing)

Last modified: 2021-10-04