Forum Östergötland is a support function for clinical and translational research at Linköping University and Region Östergötland. We are a part of the regional node Forum Southeast in the national collaboration Clinical Studies Sweden.
Forum Östergötland is a collaboration between Linköping University and Region Östergötland. As a part of Forum Southeast
our goal is to facilitate and strengthen the clinical and translational research in Sweden's south-eastern healthcare region.
Regulations on research involving humans
Rigorous regulations apply to all kind of research involving humans. The regulations ensure that high quality, credible data and the safety and integrity of the
individual research subjects are maintained.
Welcome to seek advice
All researchers or research teams with a connection to Linköping University, Region Östergötland or the southeast region of healthcare are welcome to seek advice from Forum Östergötland for clinical research projects. Scientific problems can be discussed in an early phase of project planning as well as in ongoing projects. However we do not have the resources to support undergraduate projects or resident projects. There are special terms for support to PhD students, such as biostatistics.
At Forum Östergötland, we offer you:
- Counselling at the start or underway of a clinical research project.
- Scientific counselling.
- Statistic and epidemiologic counselling.
- Monitoring, project support and randomization.
- Courses in GCP, statistics etc. (In English, we offer courses in Basic Biostatistics and Multivariate Statistics.)
- Assistance in identifying sites/investigators for a clinical study. Read more.
We work under full confidentiality. For more information, please refer to the Swedish site or contact us below. A first meeting is always free.
Forum Southeast – one of six nodes
Clinical Studies Sweden is a collaboration between the Swedish Research Council and Sweden’s six healthcare regions. Forum Southeast is the node of Sweden's south-eastern healthcare region. For further reading, go to Clinical Studies Sweden's website.