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Dedicated Education Units - Europe

Learning in Health Care

Content/inhoud

In a practice-based discipline, such as nursing or midwifery, it is required that students have enough practice experience in health care and social work organization. During the internship the student will experience the reality of the profession and the student acquires the knowledge, skills and attitudes related to the job. The authenticity of the practice environment and the active participation are the drivers in the learning process of students. The only effective solution to maximize students’ learning outcomes during the internship is to create a powerful learning environment.

That is easy to say, but far more difficult to put into practice!

In 2015 five European organisations took the lead to break down the traditional clinical education model. They commenced from the Australian model "Dedicated Education Units" and applied this to the European context. On May, 25 the project partners will share their experiences and results in collaboration with two prominent speakers, Ms Susan Randles Moscato and Mr Peter Rosseel.

In een professionele opleiding, zoals verpleegkunde of vroedkunde, dient een student stage te lopen in een zorg- en welzijnsorganisatie. Tijdens deze stage beleeft de student de realiteit van het beroep en verwerft de student de kennis, vaardigheden en attitudes met betrekking tot het beroep. De authenticiteit van de praktijkomgeving en de actieve deelname zijn sterkte drijfveren in het leerproces van studenten.  Een krachtige leeromgeving is zodanig ingericht dat de nodige leerprocessen worden uitgelokt om een maximaal leerresultaat te bekomen.

Dat lijkt echter gemakkelijker gezegd dan gedaan!

In 2015 staken vijf Europese organisaties de koppen bij elkaar om het traditioneel stagemodel te doorbreken. Zij vertrokken van het Australisch model “Dedicated Education Units” en paste dit aan de Europese context aan. Op 25 mei zullen de project partners hun ervaringen en resultaten delen in samenwerking met twee prominente sprekers, mevrouw Susan Randles Moscato en de heer Peter Rosseel.

 

Program

08u30 – 09u00   Registration Open

09u00 – 09u25   Opportunity’s in European Collaboration, Klaas Vansteenhuyse, Head International Office UC      Leuven-Limburg

09u25 – 9u45       Highlights of the  Strategic Partnership 2015,  Sandra Martin, Project Coordinator UC Leuven-      Limburg

09u45 – 10u45   Keynote: Experiences and Challenges of Dedicated Education Units in the USA, Susan Randles      Moscato 

small_susanmoscato_photo.jpgDr. Susan Moscato is a Distinguished Nursing Professor Emerita, University of Portland (Oregon) with a Master’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Doctorate in Education Administration from Portland State University. With clinical partners, she lead the development of the Dedicated Education Unit concept and launched the first DEUs beginning in 2002. She is lead author of the seminal article, Dedicated education unit: An innovative clinical partner education model (Nursing Outlook, 2007)  introducing the DEU model in the US. She was principal investigator of the prestigious 2009 Robert Wood Johnson evaluation grant – Dedicated Education Unit: Evaluating innovation in clinical education (2009)  and continues to serve as speaker and DEU implementation consultant nationally and internationally.

Refreshment Break

11u15 – 11u30   Implementation Dedicated Education Units in Europe, Frieda Corstjens, researcher and teacher        UC Leuven-Limburg

11u30 – 12u45 Speakers corner: Experiences of the partner organisations

  • Ege University, Turkey: link teacher
  • Polytechnic Institute of Setubal, Portugal: head nurse 
  • Medical University of Warsaw, Poland: head midwife
  • University Hospital of Barcelona, Spain: mentor
  • University Colleges Leuven-Limburg, Belgium: students
  • Research results: Sara Pedregosa

Lunch and Poster Session

14u00 – 16u30 Keynote: Workshop 'Real learning = a Less or More Constant Change of Behaviour'

Peter Rosseel (°1961) is Director of Management Consulting and Research, a spin-off of the University of Leuven and visiting professor at the University of Leuven. Until recently he was also extraordinary professor at the university of Free State in South Africa.peter_photos_portraits_photo_krystianszczesnycom_0014.jpg

He holds degrees in Germanic Philology (University of Leuven, Belgium) and Neurolinguistics (Free University of Brussels, Belgium) and a Certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Southern California in the US. Under the mentorship of Prof. Dr. Erik De Corte he has specialised in Instructional Psychology.

 

16u30 - 17u00 Closing Remarks

TArget audience/doelpubliek

For anyone in education, care or social work organization who works with students.  

Voor iedereen die in een onderwijs-, zorg- of welzijnsorganisatie werkt waar studenten stage lopen.

 

Practical information/praktische informatie

Date/Datum: Friday 25 May 2018/vrijdag 25 mei 2018

Location/Locatie: Iers College, Janseniusstraat 1, 3000 Leuven, België, http://www.leuveninstitute.eu

 

Registration/inschrijven

Registration is closed, if still questions you can mail to hilde.dejonghe@ucll.be.

Registration is free for students (no show fee  of 20 euro)

Registration fee 75 euro 

De inschrijvingen zijn afgesloten, indien toch nog vragen, kan je mailen naar hilde.dejonghe@ucll.be

Gratis inschrijving voor studenten. Opgelet er is een no show fee van 20 euro.

Inschrijvingsgeld: 75 euro

  

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