This course builds upon and completes the profiling course “values and relationships in professional
practice”, which is of fundamental importance in a majority of VID’s programs. It
highlights the basic thinking and academic conditions related to the study of professional and diaconal
practices. It emphasizes and relates values and practice to public/faith-based/third-sector health and social
services. Values, ethical references, spirituality and fundamental purpose are emphasized. Further, the
course frames such professional practices and values through the development of differing welfare models
and increasing pluralism. Overall, the course address how professional practice is intertwined with
individual and institutional values and how this varies in differing vocational contexts. Thus, central theories
of practice, professionalism and an inter-disciplinary approach are emphasized.
If you have already signed up for the course, you do not need to do anything if you still want to participate. If you have signed up, but do not want to participate in June, please send a message to May Britt Kirkhus Johansen: email@example.com
Application to attend should be sent as soon as possible to May Britt Johansen.
The course is open to participants who are part of a PhD program. Admission can also be applied by persons who have a PhD project description, which they are working on with the ambition of entering a program.
Deadline for submitting a 300 word abstract is Friday 22nd of May (see work requirements).Those who have already submitted the abstract for the planned course in April, do not need to resubmit.
Every session starts in real time in “Canvas conference”, and the program may be subjected to change.
Depending on the length of the digital presentation of the topics provided on beforehand, you will probably end the session earlier than mentioned in the program. The idea is that the lecturers have, with some exceptions, about 60 minutes in total, including both the digital presentation and the “real time” conversation.The digital presentation will be provided from 18th of May in Canvas, PhD 901. It is required that you work on the digital presentations before each lecture.