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Symposium: New Horizons for Postdoctoral Researchers in Nursing Science

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8.12.2022 at 11.00 - 9.12.2022 at 14.00
We warmly welcome all postdoctoral researchers in nursing science and their mentors to join and network with colleagues.Department of Nursing Science, University of Turku organizes the first international symposium for postdoctoral researchers. Postdoctoral period is a fundamentally important phase...

Potilasohjauksen teemapäivä

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12.5.2022 at 9.30 - 15.00
OHJELMA9:30–9:40 Teemapäivän avausPuheenjohtaja Taina Heinonen9:40–10:10 Oikeus tietoon: Mitä potilaspalautteet kertovat?Saija Inkeroinen, TtM, tohtorikoulutettava, Hoitotieteen laitos, TY10:10–10:40 Terveyspalvelujen käyttäjien ohjaus potilasasiamiehen näkökulmastaHanna Sykkö, HTM, vs. johtava...

GERONTOLOGINEN HOITOTIEDE 1991–2021 30-vuotisjuhlaseminaari.

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9.3.2022 at 9.00 - 16.00
Päivän puheenjohtaja yliopisto-opettaja Sanna Koskinen9.00–9.30 Avaus ja tervetulosanatHelena Leino-Kilpi, professori, Hoitotieteen laitos, Turun yliopistoPekka Hänninen, dekaani, Lääketieteellinen tiedekunta, Turun yliopisto9.30–10.00 Historia & tulevaisuusRiitta Suhonen, professori, Hoitotieteen...

Students Solved Real-Life Challenges on Design Thinking Course – Winning Team’s Solution Addressed Drug Waste in Hospitals

25.01.2022

A project funded by the Nordplus programme, Design thinking in health technology education – Design Future Health – GREAT received continuation to the course held online last spring as the week-long intensive course GREAT Design Thinking was finished successfully. To finish off the week, the students had the opportunity to present their own, design-thinking based solutions to real-life challenges.

New Tool Enables Measuring Parent Participation in Neonatal Intensive Care

29.09.2021

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.