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Dr. Ursula Mühle to give webinar on Campus best practices

16th July 2019

EIT Health Director of Education teaches online 20 April-18 May 2018

Dr. Ursula Mühle, Director of Education at EIT Health, will present a webinar entitled “How to Develop a Competent and Innovative Health & Bioscience Workforce in Europe? – Best practices from EIT Health Campus”. The webinar will be online 20 April-18 May 2018.

Dr. Mühle’s webinar will introduce EIT Health and the EIT Health Campus approach, and also share key Campus activities. These activities include training of students and professionals on health innovation and artificial intelligence in health, as well as providing new competencies to care givers in Europe, always making sure we provide answers to the main needs of the current and future workforce.

Having the right skills all life long is becoming more and more crucial for bringing along innovations in European health systems. Constantly changing technologies, different legal environments around Europe and different business cultures require health professionals, entrepreneurs and citizens to constantly learn how to initiate innovation in health and health care.

Campus has developed a programme to equip the current workforce, students as well as entrepreneurs, to deal with these challenges and use cross-sectoral and cross-regional collaboration help to develop solutions of the future to enable the European citizens to live a longer and healthier live.

This webinar is part of the wider EMBL Webinar Series on Lifelong Learning in the Biomedical Sciences.

Register here to join Dr. Mühle’s webinar.

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