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The Developer of Digital Health and Welfare Services
 

In the project DeDiWe, a new curriculum, “The Developer of Digital Health and Welfare Services” is created. The new curriculum gives future professionals skills in developing improved eHealth services. The curriculum  is based on the Learning by Developing model, where students, professionals and teachers learn together in working life. This secures that the contents of studies correspond to the needs of the labor market. The studies take place mostly at an e-learning platform, combined with cross-border co-creation and cooperation.

 

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The partners in Estonia, Latvia and Finland arrange a study unit piloting the curriculum. The content of the new curriculum is based on competence EQF 5-6 as well as the latest knowledge of the needs of a digital society. In the study unit, future professionals (IT,  social, economic and health care) are developing their competence to match the needs of digital health care.

Digitalization has great potential to create new jobs in the Central Baltic region. By improving professionals’ eHealth competence, this project enhances business ecosystem development and creates better opportunities for public-private partnership, therefore supporting eHealth companies.

DeDiWe

FIELD OF RESEARCH

Health and Welfare 

HEAD OF RESEARCH

Gun-Britt Lejonqvist
+358 207 699 646
gun-britt.lejonqvist[a]arcada.fi

Outi Ahonen
+358 400 772 053
outi.ahonen[a]laurea.fi

Gita Senka
Gita.Senk[a]lkk.gov.lv

Kersti Viitkar
+37 27 370 225
kerstiviitkar@nooruse.ee

PROJECT DURATION

1.9.2015-28.2.2018

FINANCING

The total budget of the project is 451.412€, of which 347.128€ is from the Central Baltic program.

CO-OPERATION

 

Laurea University of Applied Sciences
Arcada University of Applied Sciences
Tartu Health Care College
Red Cross Medical College of Riga
HUS – The Hospital District of Helsinki and Uusimaa
City of Helsinki – Department of Social Services and Health Care
State Emergency Medical Service
East-Tallinn Central Hospital