A new chapter in my life – I became the Chair of ENIEC I have been a member of ENIEC (European Network on Intercultural Elderly Care) since 2017. ENIEC is a non-profit European network of professionals that seeks to secure the rights of elderly people with a foreign ethnic or minority background in Europe. WeContinue reading
“It is always me against the Norwegian system.” barriers and facilitators in accessing and using dementia care by minority ethnic groups in Norway: a qualitative study
I am happy to announce that my last paper, co-authored by Mette Sagbakken, has just been published. It presents some of the results’ of my last project on understandings, experiences and responses to age related cognitive impairment among families with minority ethnic backgrounds, living in Norway. The study utilized a qualitative design. The participants includedContinue reading ““It is always me against the Norwegian system.” barriers and facilitators in accessing and using dementia care by minority ethnic groups in Norway: a qualitative study”
Teaching and research, the best combination ever! On October 1 I started my new job at the Institute of Sociology, University of Gdańsk. My job includes teaching and research. I will write more about it soon. At the same time, I am glad that I can continue working with a masters seminar in quantitative methodsContinue reading “Teaching and research”
Elżbieta Czapka, PhD, graduated from the Catholic University in Lublin (Poland). She obtained a PhD in sociology in 2004 from the same University.
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