We proudly announce that we are formally collaborating about the CHIME project with Dr Mary Leamy at King´s College London.
After moving our website from kbtmidt.no to kbtkomptanse.no, some work still remains on our english sites. We appreciate your patience.
Almost one year after KBT got accredited vocational school education, our first class is just about to complete their first exam, and what a journey it has been!
During fall 2019, the Competence center for lived experience and service development (KBT) got accredited vocational school education.
The Department of Mental Health at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at NTNU, Higher Education and Master of Mental Health Work, has since 2016 collaborated with the Competence Center for User Experience and Service Development (KBT) on exams
The center has inspiration from the CHIME model (Leamy M. et al) and building a center that shall meet the needs of people with psychiatric health challenges or also drug addiction. The center shall be an arena for culture statement I various forms, shall be key identity a connection builder. To create music and poems…
April 15th and 16th, Gillian Mulvale from Canada visited us at KBT to talk about the project “Canada-Norway Research Collaboration on Operationalizing Experience-Drive Innovation through Integration of Peer Support in Health Systems”.
Recovery as a concept can be understood in different ways. It can be described as a model, paradigm, phenomenon, philosophy, ideology, approach, tool and/or a field of knowledge based on experience
The road to recovery from eating disorders – What was helpful? Report from a User Interviews User-survey
We have the great pleasure of sharing our newly published report, which we hope will contribute to increased understanding and knowledge about recovery from eating disorders in a service user perspective.