Blended Intensive Programmes 2022-2023

ORGANIZED BY ESS/IPS

Creating digital approaches for equitable access to mental health support

Number of participants: 20

Partners:

  • Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finlandia);
  • University o Bacau (Romania);
  • University of Tallin (Estonia);
  • Artevelde University of Applied Sciences (Belgium);
  • University of Applied Sciences for health professions Upper Austria (Austria)

ECTS credits: 5

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the programme the PARTICIPANT is able to:

  • When supporting people with mental health issues, to relate ones’ approach based on culture and values of the client
  • Explain how the decisions made by the team are related to the needs from society and future trends
  • Use determinants and epidemiological knowledge of mental health globally, EU and national level, when justifying the concept
  • Differentiate every-day knowledge and evidence-based knowledge
  • Design a concept for digital mental health intervention, based on process of Human Centred Design
  • Apply the Human Centred Design process
  • Select right methods for validation, when developing a concept
  • Respect the every-day knowledge of the client and combine with the evidence-based knowledge
  • As a member of an interdisciplinary team, to describe how interdisciplinarity will bring valuable ways of developing new products and services

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Challenges of the future in paediatric rehabilitation: diversity and inclusion

Number of participants: 20

Partners:

  • Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finlandia);
  • Artevelde University of Applied Sciences (Belgium);
  • University of Ghent (Belgium);
  • Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (Norway)

ECTS credits: 3

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course the STUDENT should demonstrate:

  • Advanced Knowledge and understanding of the different aspects of early childhood development. Advanced knowledge and understanding of common clinical paediatric conditions.
  • Ability to create innovative and socially adequate responses to specific health problems of specific children.
  • Ability to plan client focused strategies.
  • In-depth reflection of their learning experience.
  • Strategies to transfer this learning experience into their own reality. Strategies to work on and off-line in an international setting.
  • In- depth reflection on similarities and differences in health and educational systems in Europe.

 

From Disability into Ability: a real-life experience

Number of participants: 20

Partners:

  • Oulu University of Applied Sciences (Finlandia);
  • Artevelde University of Applied Sciences (Belgium);
  • Universitat Central Catalunya - VIC (Spain);
  • Odissee (Belgium);
  • Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (Finlandia);
  • PXL (Belgium)

ECTS credits: 4

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course the STUDENT should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of ones’ own social and health system.
  • Demonstrate a deep understanding of the concepts of client centred care, social participation, empowerment, ability, and disability.
  • Demonstrate a deep understanding of the various enablers and barriers to social participation and full citizenship
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop an inter-professional response to a real-life situation, where social participation is compromised.
  • Demonstrate the ability to transfer the experience to one’s own context.
  • Demonstrate the ability to reflect on one’s own learning experience both in an inter-professional and inter-cultural perspective.
  • Demonstrate enhanced linguistic skills in the use of English as a working language.

 

ORGANIZED BY PARTNERS:

Empowered by meaningful experiences in nature

Person of contact at ESS/IPS - Prof Marina de Jesus marina.jesusnull@ess.ips.pt

Coordinated by Oulu University of Applied Sciences, Oulu, Finland

4 ECTS credits

 

Interdisciplinairy Health Promotion

Person of contact at ESS/IPS - Prof Madalena Gomes da Silva madalena.silvanull@ess.ips.pt

Coordinated by Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Gent, Belgium

6 ECTS credits

 

Intensive Programme on Palliative and End of Life Care

Person of contact at ESS/IPS - Prof. Hugo Franco hugo.franconull@ess.ips.pt

Coordinated by Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Gent, Belgium

3 ECTS credits

 

International Programme in Pediatric Rehabilitation

Person of contact at ESS/IPS - Prof Madalena Gomes da Silva madalena.silvanull@ess.ips.pt

Coordinated by Artevelde University of Applied Sciences, Gent, Belgium

3 ECTS credits

 

Emergency Nursing

Coordinated by Semmelwis University, Budapest, Hungary

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