General outline of the workshop
How could we empower our clients to gain meaningful experiences supporting wellbeing?
What is the importance of knowing myself as a reflective practitioner?
Where can I find tools understanding deeper and being able to use possibilities of our environment?
Nature and Adventure Promoting Wellbeing is a course for all students of social and health care interested about empowering experiences supporting wellbeing. During the course you will gain new professional competencies, but also learn a lot of yourself, your own values and relation towards nature and natural environment.
The course consist of pretasks during the summer 2018 and an intensive phase in Finland during the last week of September 2018.
Independent pretask (1ECTS) is open from August 15th
Intensive course in Finland (2ECTS)
Sept 24-26th working in the city
Sept 26-30th in the middle of no-where
Sept 23rd and Oct 1st : travelling days
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The workshop will be three days practical experience about project based team working in higher education. Last day of the workshop is to deepen knowledge gain during the workshop.
The workshop will include 48 hours innovation challenge, where participants will learn development methods in practice as well as a seminar about challenges and possibilities of bridging work-life and higher education.
Innovation challenge will be done in interdisciplinary teams. The workshop will give a mini experience of the learning in interdisciplinary teams at Oamk LABs.
Time and venue
Oulu University of Applied Sceinces, Oulu, Finland. Campuses are located close by city centre of Oulu.
www.oamk.fi and www.oamklabs.fi . Workshop will be in Kotkantie campus.
Kotkantie 1 90250 Oulu.
Format: 4-full days training
Start Tuesday 6th November at 9 and closing Friday 9th November at 17.
Cohehre members: 240 Euro
Reduced participation fee for Cohehre Low Income Countries
(Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Estonia, Romania etc.): 150 Euro
The fee is including: training, training materials,
4 lunches, 4 coffee breaks, welcome drink
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Student international week
Health and Social Care perspectives of refuge and migration in Europe
The purpose of the international week is to explore issues of migration and refuge that are relevant to existing social and political situations within Europe, and to do this within a frame that seeks to make more porous and critically challenge the traditional divides between self and others.
The programme aims to equip students with knowledge that will assist them, as trainee health and social care professionals, to work compassionately with refugees and those seeking asylum.
It is premised on the principle of ethical relationship: to encourage students to consider how to ‘experience with’, rather than ‘do to’, and to critically reflect on their own values as individuals and future professionals, working within a local, national and international socio-political context.
Areas of attention that will be focused upon within the event are:
– policies and politics;
– physical, psychological and social wellbeing;
– identity and belonging;
– working as health and social care professionals within this context.
A particular focus is on understanding common human needs experienced by self and others, and to consider how the socio-political context can affect ability to meet needs in particular:
– Basic physiological needs such as food, drink, shelter, clothing, warmth sleep;
– Safety needs such as protection from the elements, security, sense of stability, freedom from fear;
– Love and belonging needs, needs for relations with others, friendship, intimacy, trust, acceptance, giving and receiving of affection and love,
being part of a group;
– Esteem needs, including self-esteem linked to feelings of dignity, achievement, mastery, and the need to be esteemed or valued by others,
have respect from others, be seen as someone with status, prestige.
As part of the event participants will undertake insight visits to organisations within Derby that work with and/or on behalf of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.
We would need to know which Universities are interested in sending their own students before anyone books on via the link detailed below, together with an institutional academic contact.
The event will this year be free of charge, however, participants will need to arrange and cover costs associated with travel, accommodation, and meals. Links to accommodation options are included on the event website.
We would be grateful if you would invite students that are either in the second year of undergraduate study or above this level.
All students will need to enrol (as this is a standard University requirement) nearer to the event – the booking site will only reserve their place in the first instance.
It would be useful to know in advance as to whether any institutions anticipate as to whether your students will submit the summative assessment after the event (in order to be awarded with the 5 ECTS credits directly from the University of Derby).
International Winter School
Challenges in Interprofessional Health and Social Services
A cooperation between the ZHAW School of Health Professions, the ZHAW School of Social Work, the INUAS and the COHEHRE network.
We offer a unique opportunity to meet Swiss and otherinternational students to discuss similarities and differences when collaborating interprofessionally within the health and social system. Together, students of health professions and social work learn during role plays, study visits and interactivelectures about working together in interprofessional teams,about different health and social systems or how to sensiblyact with clients from different cultures. At the same time, the beauty of the Swiss Winter Mountains is only a short travel away.
The courses we offer are:
1.Counseling (German; interprofessional)
2.Crisis and Coping (German; interprofessional)
3.Interprofessional Collaboration (German; interprofessional)
4.Diversity in Health Professions (English; interprofessional)
5.Study Visits to Swiss Health and Social Care Institutions (English; interprofessional)
6.Professional Identity and its Visibility (English – 1x only Occupational Therapy, 1x interprofessional)
7.Health in demanding settings (English, NEW COURSE)
Target group: All students of Health related Study Programs and Social Work Programs (Bachelor or Master)
Dates: 7 January to 1 February 2019
Duration of stay: flexible from 1 up to 4 weeks
Detailed description of courses and additional information:
-Flyer for your Website or to print: Information about the schedule of the four Winter School weeks, accommodation, costs etc.
-Detailed descriptions of the courses will be sent out upon request
Preliminary allocation of places:
-Bilateral Partners of ZHAW School of Health Professions or ZHAW School of Social Work: 3 students per partner-study-program. Within one institution, free places of one study program can be given to another.
-Other institutions: 3 students per institution.
-If you have more students being interested, we will put them on a waiting list. Normally, we have enough free places to accommodate all waiting list students.
Please send us a list of interested participants via Email latest by the end of September 2018 to email@example.com to be able to inform about free places early October.
-After nomination, students have to register online until 15 October 2018 at zhaw.ch/health/winterschool/registration.
Registration opens 1 July 2018.
-Early nomination and registration will increase the chances that students can be placed in the course(s) of their choice.
… are most welcome! But you can also send only students. If you are interested to contribute to the teaching, please contact Andrea Tamas as soon as possible (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A limited amount of incoming teachers from European partner institutions can be funded via the Swiss-European Mobility Program. We expect to be able to fund one teacher per partner institution.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Interdisciplinary Programme on Palliative and End-of-life Care
The Interdisciplinary Programme on Palliative and End-of-life Care’ has been developed in cooperation with 7 European Universities and 2 North-American Universities: Univer-sity of Connecticut (UCONN) and the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC).
In January 2019 the project will be organized in two parts: a Preparatory Programme and an Intensive Programme in Ghent, Belgium, 27th January till 1st February 2019.
Keywords: : introduction to palliative and end-of-life care, communication with clients, bereavement, family and environment; caregiver’s perspective; ethical issues related to end-of-life decisions and euthanasia, spiritual and existential pain; caregiver’s perspective; primary care and community care; cultural sensitivity.
IPPE Flyer 2019
Study guide 2019
International week 2019 – Challenge your borders (too)
This year, International Week 2019 will be held from 4 to 8 February 2019 at the HAN campus in Nijmegen. The aim of the International Week is sharing experiences, practices and knowledge between students and lecturers in the international context of Health and Social Work. This year’s general theme is Challenge your borders too: health and Social Work in international perspective. The main target group of the International Week are second year students of the Bachelor programmes of the Faculty of Health and Social Studies. The International Week provides students and lecturers the opportunity to meet international colleagues and discuss the latest developments in the field and in education.
International student program: Urban Exploration
This programme will be organized next to the annual International Week in Nijmegen. The programme aims to enhance awareness of different kinds of public health issues. Subjects will be studied and adapted both from an European perspective and from the the context of the hosting country. Students will be divided over several neighborhoods of Nijmegen. Social structure and public health care will be studied through visits of health care organizations and interviews with local health care professionals an citizens.
Participants need to be nominated by their university. Please contact your local international coordinator. After nomination, student need to register at: Suzanne.Koning@han.nl
Registrations opens at 1 October and closes 15 December
Cost and accommodation
Application fee: free
International student program: Urban Exploration:
Included: social program and field trips
– Accommodation, for example couch surfing or a youth hostel
– Meals not included in (social) program
– Transportation to airport: €40,- return by train
Monday: Welcome Reception
Tuesday: City walk and Dinner
Thursday: Party in city center
Nijmegen is a municipality and a city in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is situated on the Waal river, close to the German border. Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands
In the programme HEALTH 2020 we focus on the exchange of ideas and experiences concerning health care issues. The contact programme is a combination of lectures, workshops, project work, site visits, assignments, group work and student presentations. Teachers and guest speakers from the clinical practice will work with you during the different workshop and lectures. The students work in two projects on active ageing and developing imagination with children of a mainstream school.
Keywords: public health, professional identity, mental health, active ageing, primary community health care, innovation within health care.
Study guide 2019
Culture in Healing – Healing in Culture
The quality of the relation connecting the health worker to the patient is an important element of the healing process. The cultural distance separating the two often creates an invisible bias producing unnecessary tensions, compromising successful patient- professional cooperation. Minorities and migrants are often cited as obvious examples of cultural otherness; it is less readily recognised that patients coming simply from different social contexts than that of the majority population might also pose problems to the medical system.
Aim of the seminar:
to introduce and discuss a method based on the work of French social psychologist Margalit Cohen- Emerique to increase self-consciousness and self-reflection of health professionals being able to cope with intercultural issues. A conceptional framework and important keys will be given to understand better cultural patterns different from theirs, in order to render their work more efficient and less contentious.
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