The aim of written communication in the Finnish language is to develop the student's communication skills and to support the student to develop into an expert. The goal of written communication studies is for students to achieve the literary skills needed in their studies, working life, and in their own discipline.
Keyword: Faculty of Medicine
The Nordic Council of Ministers has granted 50,000 euros in NordPlus funding for an educational project Design thinking in health technology education – Design Future Health – Great. In collaboration with Nordic and Baltic universities, this project aims to bring design thinking into the development of education related to health technology.
Finnish Doctoral Programme in Oral Sciences FINDOS-Turku and the Faculty of Medicine Postgraduate Education Unit PGE organized a two-day academic writing course “Academic reading, writing, and reviewing” towards the end of November. The course raised interest among doctoral candidates and other academic staff.
UTU Research – Faculty of Medicine or shortly RFM, gathers the principal investigators at the Faculty of Medicine.
Corporate Corner promotes academia-to-business collaboration and co-creation. We help academic and industrial researchers to create new ideas and products and solve existing problems within research and development. Corporate corner brings partners together to discuss, develop and co-invent within various fields of science. Through shared ideas and know-how, resources and infrastructures, Corporate Corner fuels new opportunities and supports societal well-being and economic growth.
Connect to co-create!
The University of Turku has 26 different Master’s Degree Programmes taught in English. They cover a broad range of different subjects from health and biomedical sciences to social sciences. Students in the international Programmes of the University come from around the world and they have various different backgrounds.
Bullying between Adolescents Reduced after Kiva Antibullying Program: Netiquette and Mental Health Support Needed in Interventions
Bullying experienced by 13–16-year-old pupils reduced clearly when schools invested in antibullying interventions. Researchers suggest that rooting out cyberbullying has to be more effective and new methods for supporting and strengthening the mental well-being of bullied adolescents have to be introduced. The study published by the Research Centre for Child Psychiatry of the University of Turku was based on reports from Finnish adolescents in 2008 and 2014.