Here you find the planning grants that have been funded within the national programme on applied welfare research. All links below lead to the Swecris database. The database enables you to search, compare and produce statistics for Swedish research projects. Information from several research funding bodies is gathered in one place.

Started 2023

Long-term effects and significance of a home visiting program for children in disadvantaged areas

Establish collaboration to develop a digital intervention to promote health behaviors among young adults with intellectual disability

Follow-up of girls placed in institutional out-of-home care during 1993 and 2006

With and for older people – preventing health deterioration through a co-research model

“Practicing what you preach” – Are evidence-based strategies for implementation employed in efforts seeking to enhance an evidence-based practice in social services?

Implementing a South African social innovation for maternal peer support in low resource settings in Sweden – an evaluation of the Mentor Mother program

Planning for a Digital Academy for Welfare Technologies in Dementia Care

Realist evaluation of the national reform “Good quality, local health care”” – in collaboration with stakeholders in municipalities, region, and the civic society

An (artificially) intelligent assessment of applications for social assistance. A study of the possibilities and limitations of AI for the implementation of an effective and rights-based assessment

Social responses to addiction problems: A study of client characteristics, treatment trajectories and significant stakeholders in social work practice

Creating readiness for implementing the Dala Model – Municipal outpatient substance use treatment in Dalarna

Making use of data generated by welfare technologies – for safety and efficiency in elderly care

The Family Academy as a model for building a social ecology of resilience from children to families to community in socially vulnerable areas. A planning study

Tailored peer support for forced migrants with diverse gender identities and sexual orientations: establishing a program theory through co-produced research with the target population

Back to the drawing board: reconfiguring of service provision for forced migrant survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, a participatory planning project

Started 2020

Supporting youth in transition from care

Welfare Technology of Knowledge Transfer: Cross-Community Knowledge Sharing (TechKnow)

Adaptation and pilot test of the Healthier Wealthier Families model in Sweden to ameliorate child poverty

The Legal Right to Participate: Evaluation of the Potential for Digital Tools to Empower Children in Social Services

Challenges and opportunities for establishing user influence – Legitimizing experiential knowledge as a resource in social psychiatry

Cross-border skills provision for a knowledge-driven social service within small municipalities in sparsely populated rural areas

Started 2019

Coordination of health and social care services for older people – a collaborative project for sustainability and improved outcomes

Strategical coordination and collaborations for long-term sustainable social service provision – An explorative case study to investigate the municipalities challenges and collaborations

Inequalities in access to preschool across Sweden

Recruitment, assessment and matching of foster carers

Connected Children. Development of a knowledge-based and innovative prevention

The organization, coordination and provision of social support to people with SMI

Talking Mats as decision aid to promote involvement in choice and decision-making around home care services for older people living with dementia A planning study

Stories as resource in co-creation of care for older person living with frailty

A feasibility study of implementing a sustainable and culturally tailored parenting program, using a process evaluation

Service user involvement in municipal improvement work within the area of social services for people with cognitive impairment through participation in a national user survey