News & Events
An article by Anita Bjørsvik Kvamme Decentralised simulation training for professionals – and students in the community health and care services have been pointed out as particularly interesting from different levels of health care education, and health care services in the region. The Norwegian EUVECA project group, therefore, organised a seminar with representatives of the future Regional Vocational Excellence Hub (RVEH). On the one hand, the aim was to give
An article by Silvia Prieto, Vicente Traver, Olga Navarro, Sandra Martínez During the first meeting of the Valencian Regional Vocational Excellence Hub (RVEH) healthcare professionals identified crucial competencies for future professionals. These included: Empathising with the patient, Professional responsibility, Investing in digital competencies, Teamwork and communication, Greater meritocracy, Transformational leadership, Training in emotional management, Competencies in healthcare guardianship and patient safety. To address the challenges in the healthcare sector, it
The European healthcare industry faces significant challenges in maintaining its sustainability. To tackle this issue, EUVECA has identified six major megatrends that will be central areas of focus on developing learning and training initiatives for healthcare professionals and medical students. The overarching goal is to equip current and future healthcare professionals with the essential skills and resources needed to actively contribute to the establishment of a sustainable healthcare sector. Embracing
We had an excellent consortium meeting in Bergen last week! The Western Norway University of Applied Science (HVL) and the Western Norway Regional Health Authority (Helse Vest RHF) hosted the event, which brought together over 40 partners representing 19 organisations from the EUVECA consortium between June 20th and 22nd, 2023. The meeting was highly productive, with engaging discussions about the project’s next steps and the most effective strategies to move
European Health Tech Summit: Future-Proofing Health Professionals’ Skills For the Digital Transition
On Tuesday, 21st March 2023, EUVECA and BeWell had an excellent opportunity to be part of the panel discussion “Future-proofing health professionals’ skills for the digital transition” in the scope of the European Health Tech Summit at the European Parliament in Brussels. Zoi Mylona, who represented the BeWell project, and Henriette Hansen, who spoke on behalf of EUVECA, emphasised the commonalities and synergies between the two EU projects. The event
The event organised by the European Policy Center focused on turning the current and future challenges healthcare systems and the healthcare workforce will be facing into opportunities. The digitalisation of healthcare creates an urgent need to upskill and reskill Europe’s healthcare workforce. Digital tools have the potential to improve care quality and accessibility, as well as reduce healthcare workers’ workload. However, without the required skills and knowledge, digital tools could
An article by Ansgar Buter-Menke 10 days ago, we started our survey about future skills & mega trends in European health care sector. It’s part of the scoping phase in the EUVECA project – “European Platform for Vocational Excellence in Health Care” under the leadership of the “Faculty of Health Sciences” from the university of Ljubljana. We as the German partners invited learners from different kinds of vocational health care
On 15 and 16 November, the Forum on Vocational Excellence 2022 gathered in San Sebastian to discuss the latest developments in the field of Vocational Education and Training!
The event aimed to mobilise the participation of different VET centres and relevant stakeholders to reach the European target of establishing at least 100 networks of vocational excellence by 2027.
The EUVECA project welcomes the launch of the European health multistakeholder partnership on skills gaps and emerging occupations!
The event is hosted by BeWell Project, the EU-funded project designed to promote the upskilling and reskilling of the European health workforce.
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