The Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences is welcoming you to the COHEHRE Conference on 25-27 March 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
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The theme that will be addressed this year is:
INCLUSION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN SUPER-DIVERSE CITIES
1. Students: Education & Diversity
- Lifelong learning
- Customised programmes
- Differences in student lifestyles (socio-cultural)
- International study programmes
- Interprofessional learning
- Technology for education
2. Clients: Practice & Diversity
- Urbanisation and health related issues
- Resilient cities
- How to promote Urban Health?
- New challenges in a diverse society
- Health literacy & prevention
- Inclusion of newcomers
- Sexual diversity within healthcare
- Vulnerable groups (ageing people, disabled people, etc.)
- The use of technology and E-health
3. Healthcare professionals: Labour market & Diversity
- Labour market shortages
- Ageing workforce
- Resilience and burn-out prevention
- Including culturally diverse workforce
- Cultural differences in the field
- The use of technology and E-health
Abstract Submission and Guidelines 2020
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 24 November 2019
Welcome to Rotterdam
Rotterdam is a young, dynamic global city, continuously renewing itself at a rapid rate. Sparkling skyscrapers, an impressive port, trendy restaurants and food markets, renowned museums and awesome festivals are the direct result of the can-do mentality of the Rotterdammers. Add to that the many extraordinary attractions and city tours – by bike, bus, boat or on foot – and you understand why Rotterdam was voted Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016.
Full of energy and innovation, Rotterdam reinvented itself after the bombing of the Second World War. It broke with the past and chose modern architecture. The motto: light, air and space, was ground breaking for that time. Rotterdam still embraces experimentation: almost anything is possible. Here, you are constantly surprised by new initiatives: from a rooftop city farm to a music festival in the harbour, from an exclusive rooftop bar to a brewery in an old warehouse.
City of architecture
If you love architecture then a visit to Rotterdam – with its patchwork of architectural styles – is a must. Icons of the Nieuwe Bouwen era stand beside the typical reconstruction-architecture from the sixties, seventies and eighties. They clash cheerfully with the hypermodern landmarks that have been built in recent decennia: the Erasmusbrug, Rotterdam Central Station, De Rotterdam, the Timmerhuis and of course the Markthal. In the first indoor market hall in the Netherlands, you can find nearly 100 fresh produce stalls, about 15 food shops and diverse restaurants including Jamie’s Italian (from Jamie Oliver). If you look up you will see the biggest artwork in the Netherlands, the wall painting the Horn of Plenty.
As a port city, Rotterdam has unbreakable ties to the water, from the Maas River that flows right through the city to the many (historic) city harbours like Delfshaven. The city flows – courtesy of the Maas – seamlessly over into its industrial port that stretches for 40 kilometres to the Maasvlakte 2 and Hoek van Holland.
In short, Rotterdam has an incredible variety of fun things to do for visitors of all ages. Sailing through the port, visiting attractions, admiring the architecture, looking at art, shopping, a night on the town… On this website, you will find many tips to ensure your stay in Rotterdam is as enjoyable as possible.
More information on the Staff conference and its practical arrangements can be found on the Conference Website.