Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science (DPNurs)
The Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science (DPNurs) provides systematic doctoral education in the field of the nursing science. DPNurs educates high-level researchers and experts in nursing science who promote innovative and scientifically competent research in different fields of nursing science, nursing and health care.
The Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science is well known for its research and education both nationally and internationally. It is an integral part the University of Turku Department of Nursing Science which is among the best corresponding units in Finland and Europe. Doctoral candidates are involved in the national and international nursing and health science community, where the Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science has strong integration.
DPNurs is part of five networks of doctoral education in nursing science, which offer wide selection of doctoral education. The Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science is part of the Finnish Doctoral Education Network in Nursing Science which covers all the Finnish universities providing doctoral education in nursing science.
Steering Committee 1.1.2020-31.7.2021
Riitta Suhonen, Professor, Director of the Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science (Chair of the Board)
Anna Axelin, Associate professor, Department of Nursing Science
Tuija Lehtikunnas, TYKS Hospital director of nursing at Hospital District of Southwest Finland
Helena Leino-Kilpi, Professor, Department of Nursing Science
Elina Haavisto, Professor, Department of Nursing Science
Anne Isotalo, Director of Education, Turku University of Applied Sciences
Tapio Salakoski, Professor, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Sanna Salanterä, Vice-Dean, Professor, Department of Nursing Science
Jaakko Varpula, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Nursing Science
Funded doctoral candidate positions
The following applicants have been selected for the UTUGS funded doctoral candidate position in the Doctoral Programme in Nursing Science:
12 months 2021, 12 months 2022, 12 months 2023, 12 months 2024
6 months 2021
Reserve positions (2021):
1. Mustonen, Reetta, 6 months
2. Gustafsson, Noora, 12 months
3. Saarikko, Johanna, 12 months
4. van Dongen, Lisa, 12 months
5. Peltonen, Johanna, 12 months
6. Ryhtä, Iina, 4 months
7. Soikkeli-Jalonen, Anu, 12 months
The reserve list is valid for the year 2021.