Researchers and experts from the University of Turku in Finland and OLVG hospital in the Netherlands have collaborated to develop a tool to measure parent participation and collaboration with healthcare professionals during neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) hospitalisation of ill and preterm infants. The tool helps healthcare professionals secure practices of parent participation and collaboration into normal practice habits in everyday work.
Keyword: Department of Nursing Science
According to an EU-funded study conducted in 11 countries, public confidence in the government and healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the highest in Finland. The study also reveals that confidence is an important factor when it comes to compliance with restrictions.
Excellent rank for the University of Turku Department of Nursing Science in the 2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject
The Department of Nursing Science at the University of Turku has received almost EUR 400,000 in EU funding for research and development of European nurse educator education. In addition to Finland, Spain, Germany, Malta, Scotland, and Slovakia will take part in the project. From Finland, also the University of Eastern Finland is a partner.