16th July 2019
Published by SensUs project
“For the next three years, EIT Health Campus aims to expand its support for innovation within education itself by using innovative education models, methods and formats,” Ursula Mühle, EIT Health Education Director says in an interview with the staff of SensUs, a project that is considered a leading example of innovative education supported by Campus.
In the interview, online here, Mühle describes the Campus effort to support innovative education, and explains why SensUs fits in with that effort.
SensUs is a unique training programme for innovators that focuses on sensors in health. It employs an innovative mode of education in which competition among groups of students teaches participants about goal-oriented multidisciplinary teamwork and healthcare innovation.
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