Staff Training Week at Kristianstad University
May 21-24, 2019
A staff training week funded by Erasmus+ took place at Kristianstad University with participants from all over Europe. Johan and Martin conducted a two-day workshop based upon aspects from HI3 to 18 participants. That training event had the most participants of the six training events that were offered.
2nd project meeting – Tartu, Estonia
The second meeting took place at Tartu University and the presented the following:
- The implementation partners presented their national report together with the result of the survey of health care professionals about the challenges of implement and monitoring change in their organisation, which include in a total of 135 participants.
- Gareth Davies presented the section of the report about patients’ perspective on how the provision of health care can be improved in a clinical setting.
- Martin Persson presented the section of the report where HKR and Triskelion focused upon innovation, implementation and monitoring of change (impact) in health care settings.
- Martin Persson facilitated the discussion on behalf of Thomas Nilsen (could not attend due to the SAS strike) about how the required learning outcomes necessary to ensure that the curriculum will deliver the intended outcomes will be incorporated.
A fruitful discussion followed and the partners agreed that the objectives have been met for the first intellectual outputs. The partners agreed that the developed material would not be too theoretical and instead more pragmatical. A suggested structure of the training program was presented.
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The All-Russian Conference "Psychology and Medicine"
Martin Persson was invited to give a keynote at the All-Russian Conference "Psychology and Medicine" for over 250 participants, and in his talk, he informed about various Erasmus + projects including HI3.
The HI3 kickoff meeting was held in Kristianstad, Sweden on the 12th of November 2018. The partners introduced themselves and gave a brief background about themselves and their organization. Martin Persson presented an overall project overview of the specific objectives together with key deliverables. In a collaborative way, the partners agreed upon the specific objectives that need to be achieved until the next meeting. Then an overview of the management and quality assurance aspects, which included the following: a) Cooperation agreement b) Time reporting c) Financial rules. The meeting ended with a general discussion about the project and deciding the dates and venues for the next meetings.