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Strategic effort drives Campus Call for Innovative Education activities in 2018

15th July 2019

Proposals due by 8 March

Along with providing an excellent portfolio of educative offerings for top students, healthcare executives, European citizens and other key groups, EIT Health Campus is also undertaking strategic initiatives aimed at driving advances in the field of teaching healthcare innovation.

The Campus Call for proposals for Innovative Education in Health is a strategic initiative designed to encourage positive disruptions in the field, and it is open until 8 March 2018.

“Education is ripe for disruptive change leading to innovative practices that improve learning outcomes for our students,” according to Eric Sheninger, a Senior Fellow at the International Center for Leadership in Education. “What might have worked in the past will not necessarily have the same impact today, as the world has changed dramatically in a short period of time.”

The goal of the Campus Innovative Education Call is to support the kind of new ideas that will improve learning outcomes. EIT Health Campus is soliciting ideas for education activities that will educate health innovators within the partnership and beyond – as well as the workforce of the future and citizens – through innovative pedagogy, methodology, formats, technology and the like.

Anyone who has a concept for innovative education in healthcare is urged to find out more by downloading the information below.

Campus Call for Innovative Education 2018

Campus Call for Innovative Education Plaza template

Campus Call for Innovative Education Glossary

 

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