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Konstantinos Antypas

Senior Research Scientist

Nurse and tech enthusiast (and sometimes skeptic) researching eHealth, digital health, primary health care, elderly care, new nursing roles, school climate & access to Assistive Technology . Engaged in national and global eHealth projects and involved in promoting eHealth in low-resource settings. Interested in eHealth policy in Norway, Europe and lower-income countries. Envisions technology as a catalyst for global healthcare transformation, emphasizing access, empowerment, and prevention.


PhD in Telemedicine and eHealth from UiT - The Arctic University of Norway (2010-2014) with a thesis on "e-Rehabilitation." Holds an MSC in Health Informatics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2005-2007), focusing on e-Learning for Nurses. Additionally, a Bachelor's in Nursing (2000-2005) from the same university.

Competence and research areas

Qualitative and quantitative research methods
eHealth/digital health and innovation
Randomized controlled trials
Evaluation of health and eHealth interventions
eHealth policy
Global health
Access to assistive technology
School environment, well-being, and social and emotional learning
Primary health, elderly care
New services in primary healthcare
New nursing roles (Advanced Clinical Nurse)




Contact info

Visiting address:
Forskningsveien 1