Health informatics: Prospective and Current research areas

My previous blogs based on my local experiences outside KI education. This time I‚Äôm bringing this article which I am feeling is the right time for both for upcoming health informatics students and for students who are looking for their Master thesis. Informatics within the field of public health is a developing, evolving, and growing… Read More Health informatics: Prospective and Current research areas

Cherry blossom in Kungstr√§dg√•rden

This is one of the most beautiful things I have seen in Stockholm! End of April, spring is finally arriving and at the very city center the blooming of the cherry trees starts. Kungstr√§dg√•rden (“King’s garden” in Swedish) is a¬†pretty park in the center of Stockholm, very close to T-Centralen, which is the main subway… Read More Cherry blossom in Kungstr√§dg√•rden

Swedification – what does it mean to me?

I actually have already written about a number of ways in which Sweden has changed me in a previous post, which you can read here: https://studentblogski.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/how-has-life-at-ki-changed-me-let-me-count-the-ways/. Almost an entire year has passed since then: a whole year of cinnamon buns, postal tardiness and gender equality. Whilst it is likely that I will leave Stockholm come… Read More Swedification – what does it mean to me?

Are you getting enough vitamin D? A lesson in how to survive the Nordic winter

Have you ever heard of ‚ÄúD-deficiency‚ÄĚ? It is short for vitamin D deficiency ‚Äď or as I prefer to call it: dark deficiency. I never heard of D-deficiency before coming to Sweden. Where I grew up (southern part of India) the sun shines 12 hours a day all year round. Thus, we are exposed to… Read More Are you getting enough vitamin D? A lesson in how to survive the Nordic winter