The Harding Centre for Risk Competence as a project has been part of the Faculty for Health Sciences since 1st January 2020. The centre’s staff research, develop and publish methods and instruments that enable the general public and experts to make risk-competent decisions in an increasingly digitised everyday life. The aim is for a society that understands risks and can live with uncertainty.
The centre’s research stands for information, for presenting facts in a commonly understandable form and for developing analogue and digital tools that help people to make informed and efficient health and consumer decisions.
You can find more information on the Harding Centre website.