16th July 2019
Course held in 6-17 August 2018 in Sweden
An EIT Health Campus summer school that uses games for serious learning is accepting applications until 15 March 2018.
Innovation Game: A Summer School Applying Serious Game Design in Health Care and Education (iGame) is an EIT Health summer school at Uppsala University in Sweden that uses gamification as a tool to address real-life healthcare challenges to produce results that are beneficial to society. The course takes place 6-17 August.
Participants will gain skills in working in multidisciplinary teams and in cooperating with serious gaming experts and professionals from the business and public healthcare sector. Solutions will be shared through outreach activities encouraging professionals to adopt an innovative mind-set to address health issues for children and adolescents.
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