HEALINT-news: the 3rd partner meeting in SAMK

7.5.2019 | By: Johanna Jalonen | Photo: Milla Palkimo

Healint Meeting 2019

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) hosted the third transnational partner meeting and workshop of HEALINT project on 9th and 10th of April 2019. The aim of the meetings was to close the first and second outputs, IO1 and IO2, of the HEALINT-project and focus on the third output IO3 which is lead by SAMK's senior lecturer Mrs Minna Markkanen as a project manager. The purpose of the IO3 is to create a protocol for training and support of auditors to achieve benchmark audit standards. The pilot of the training for auditors will be during May and June 2019 in SAMK accompanied with Porin Perusturva.

The Erasmus+-funded HEALINT-project (2017-2020) lead by Nottingham University UK is promoting international training by developing management tools that support higher education and healthcare institutions to offer and direct high-quality cross-border apprenticeships which can serve as a basis for the development of formal international standards and guidelines. The mission is to facilitate the international mobility of trainees and the vision is to increase the supply and quality of international placements offered by health care organizations throughout Europe.

7.5.2019 | By: Johanna Jalonen | Photo: Milla Palkimo

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