Center for Social and Health Care Effectiveness -project

01.01.2021 -
University of Helsinki and the University of Eastern Finland started a co-project this year to draw up an action plan for the Center for Social and Health Care Effectiveness. The aim of the project is to define the position, role, structure and the operating methods of the Center for Effectivenes...

Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research Group

Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research Unit (PHORU) is a research group with a primary focus on health technology assessment (HTA) and outcomes research (e.g., in terms of health-related quality of life, costs, work ability) of pharmacotherapies, health policies, and other health care technologies...

Ismo Linnosmaa

Professor , Department of Health and Social Management

StopDia

Stop Diabetes (StopDia) is a wide multidisciplinary research project aiming to prevent type 2 diabetes via actions on both individual and environmental level. The research project develops a model of the best strategies for the Finnish society and health care system and provides information on co...

Virva Hyttinen

Postdoctoral Researcher , Department of Health and Social Management

Kuopio Research Centre of Geriatric Care

The Kuopio Research Centre of Geriatric Care is an academic research organisation for geriatric pharmacotherapy, age-related diseases, nutrition and geriatric rehabilitation.

Geospatial Health

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2023
The Geospatial Health research group includes researchers from the Department of Geographical and Historical Studies at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF). The research group is part of UEF’s Effectiveness of Social and Health Services (EFFECTIVENESS) Research Community. In addition, a PhD s...

Pain Neuromodulation Group

Chronic pain is common and confers a substantial burden on individuals, employers, healthcare systems and society in general. One in five Europeans are estimated to suffer from chronic pain – in Finland prevalence is 19-48%. Chronic pain is associated with much physical and psychological co-morbi...