Co-designing screening tools
Copenhagen Centre for Health Research in the Humanities (CoRe) recieves 581.000 DKK from the Danish Innovation Foundation to explore the design process of the screening tool in the interdisciplinary research project COUNTERSTRIKE. The project will be performed by Line Hillersdal and supervised by Astrid Pernille Jespersen.
Anthropologist, Line Hillersdal, Copenhagen Centre for Health Research in the Humanities (CoRe), will follow the design process of the screening tool and describe how the screening tools is conceptualized and materialized within collaborative research teams connected to the interdisciplinary research project COUNTERSTRIKE - COUNTERacting Sarcopenia with proTeins and exeRcise – Screening the CALM cohort for lIpoprotein biomarKErs.
By combining ethnographic fieldwork and exploratory workshops Hillersdal will analyse how the inclusion of social science and humanities researchers will impact the design process and output.
COUNTERSTRIKE is funded by Danish Innovation Foundation and it is an extension of the CALM project funded by the UCPH Excellence Programme. You can read more about CALM at calm.ku.dk.