Education in Care

July 4, 2017

I – Innovation

Education in Care

Conference Day 2: Thursday 14th September 2017 from 09.00

Session Chair: Charles Willems, Senior Teacher, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences

Twitter: @zuyd

Programme

9.00 – 9.18 – Charles Willems, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences Education in Care and Technology: Development and Evaluation of a First Cohort of an International Master Course: The aim of the study is to gather insights into the current procedure used to coordinate/determine the roles and responsibilities between parents and therapists from a Kindergarten Treatment centre in The Netherlands.

9.18 – 9.36 – Anne-mie Sponselee, Fontys University of Applied Sciences Higher Education Beyond Faculties: Interdisciplinary Education in Care and Technology: A Centre of Healthcare and Technology of a Dutch University of Applied Sciences shows how the transitions in the sectors of health care and technology can result in interdisciplinary education.

9.36- 9.45 – Guy Collier, AUT Designing Situated Learning Experiences: Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Design Education in Healthcare

9.45 – 9.54 – Nuno Pombo Simulation in Medical School Education

9.54 – 10.12 – Nadine Spierts, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences Roles and Responsibilities of Parents and Therapists in a Kindergarten Treatment Centre: The aim of the study is 1) to gather insights into the current procedure used to coordinate/determine the roles and responsibilities between parents and therapists.

10.12 – 10.21 – Sini Annika Vasalampi, EU Master Care & Technology/City of Nokia, Adoption and Use of a Mobile System at Home Care

10.21 – 10.30 – Discussion

 


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