This program focuses on a broad area of health care and health promotion as well as the public, private and civil organizations in such efforts. The scope of the program includes research in clinical practice, health communication, digital health, physical activity and sport, organizations and communities, leadership, health education and teaching, as well as the primary, secondary, and tertiary health care system. The program opens for independent PhD projects within (but not exclusive to), health professions such as medicine, nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, as well as sport sciences and technology. The program brings together different methods and methodologies from the social sciences, humanities and health sciences to approach health care, health promotion and organizations in a variety of disciplinary contexts. Research that seeks to describe, understand, categorize or change the production and actions by patients/citizens/users and health care professionals/volunteers is covered by this area. Patient/user involvement, and intervention and implementation studies are also included in this program.