Partnership meeting in Vukovar, Croatia
Subject: Digital Tools and Methods for Safe Transfer Techniques for caregivers in today’s health care sector
College of Applied Sciences Lavoslav Ružička in Vukovar, as one of the partner institutions, hosted a transnational partnership meeting in the period from 1 to 2 December 2021.
Subject of the meeting
The organized meeting was one of the activities of the project entitled “Digital Tools and Methods for Safe Transfer Techniques for caregivers in today’s health care sector – STTech”, which is implemented within a strategic partnership through program Erasmus +, Key Activities 2: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices.
Both physical and online participation
The implementation of the meeting was organized by a combination of participants present at the College and those who joined remotely. Part of the representatives of partner countries due to COVID-19 measures participated online while the representatives of the project coordinator from Denmark and hosts from the College were physically present.
During the two days of joint work, plans for further project activities aimed at planning for the last implementation quarter of the project and completion of intellectual learning outcomes through peer learning with the use of the final E-interactive teaching manual on safe transfer techniques were updated.
Workshop on safe transfer
In addition to coordinating agreements within the implementation program of the transnational meeting, during the first working day representatives of the Municipality of Aarhus, their VTH (Assisted Living Technologies) held a workshop for lecturers and trainers in which some of the tools used to enhance transfer techniques and enable easier transfer of persons in the practice of caregivers were demonstrated. (The picture shows how you can use "Spilerdug" to help a citizen get dressed).
Workshop on VR
During the second working day, representatives of the partner institutions CYENS (Research Center on Interactive Media, Smart Systems and Emerging Technologies) + AMEN (Archangelos Michael Nursing Home) from Cyprus held a demonstration on using the created trial version of the VR application STTech which is part of intellectual tools for virtual teaching.
Within this meeting, participants had the opportunity to share their expertise and practice from their own countries, upgrade their teaching skills and transnationally network with fellow experts from abroad to create solutions to achieve the goals of the STTech project.
Go to the E-learning material and use it for free: E-learning in different languages (aarhus.dk)