SAMK has been engaged in accessibility work for many years. The first projects on this topic were launched already in 2008.
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Senior Lecturer Maija Kangasperko teaches international physiotherapy students at SAMK together with her team. Her work includes teaching professional subjects and thesis supervision. Kangasperko has extensive international networks, and according to her, they are the university's most important resource.
Drew Warwick-Smith first got interested in physiotherapy while working for the Royal Australian Navy. Now he is a part-time lecturer at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences.
The past year has created challenges to the daily lives of our students. CampusMoWe has been there to support the students, and it has developed various well-being services for students.
The World Physiotherapy has awarded the physiotherapist professional entry-level education programmes full accreditation for the term 23 March 2021 to 21 January 2025.
The international operations of SAMK are expanding. With this agreement Vietnamese Nursing students have a possibility to get a degree in Finland.
The piloting of Satasairaala (Satakunta Cenral Hospital) and SAMK testbed functions is launched by a mobile robot experiment driven by the needs of Satasairaala. The experiment includes testing the applicability of a robot in a requested, customer-specific medicine order.
Arttu Metsämäki and Ilkka Toivonen, students of Social Services, spent six months in practical training exchange in Vietnam during spring – summer 2020.
This spring has been very efficient for the Future Hospital project. Major steps have been taken in the progress of the technology built around Auria datalake: the completion of a functioning, secure remote work platform to be utilized by an external researcher is important for the future service model.
Students of Fine Arts were just about to start their Graphic Arts workshop course when the limitations set by the coronavirus pandemic began. Senior Lecturer Tomas Regan had to change the course quickly to an online implementation.