View the EU*US eHealth Work Project’s Global Case Studies for Europe.
EU*US eHealth Work Project’s Global Case Studies: Europe
Dives into the creation of an Online Program for a Master’s degree in Health Information Management (HIM) following shorter intensive courses offered to health care professionals in Austria.
Following nationwide efforts to improve and encourage the widespread use of health IT, this case study details the integration of informatics principles into one university’s nursing curriculum in Denmark.
Estonia, Finland, Latvia
Follows the development and execution of an international project focused on assessing and improving health IT education within universities and colleges in Estonia, Finland and Latvia.
Details the development of a Health and Human Services Informatics master’s degree program at the University of Eastern Finland.
Focuses on the re-evaluation and revision of informatics curriculum within the nursing program at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany.
Discusses the current challenges facing the growth of health IT education and industry while exploring potential solutions through organizational partnerships in Latvia.
Details the development and implementation of the University of Oslo’s eCollaboration Laboratorium, which consists of a laboratory and treatment rooms for controlled studies that investigate how health professionals handle new technology and interaction with interprofessional teams, patients and their relatives. A Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) was created to detail the project from conception through content clarification, development and testing.
Explores the development, advancement, and national use of a decision-support tool unifying terms, competencies and practices among nurses in Norway.
Showcases the integration of informatics and health IT into the healthcare system in Portugal on a national scale.
Focuses on how the nursing programs at Dalarna University in Sweden were transformed to include additional informatics training and competence to keep up with a rapidly advancing healthcare industry.
United Kingdom: England
Follows the development of a master’s level module aligned with health IT and digital technologies at the University of Brighton in the UK.
Details the growth of the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK to better equip students with digital skills and competencies.
United Kingdom: Scotland
Details an undergraduate nursing course at the University of Edinburgh Napier in Scotland, which introduces students to the possibilities of technology in the field of healthcare to better prepare them for future graduate programs and professional work.