A ESEnfCVPOA estará representada no PROJECT MEETING “ICHCI”  de 23 a 25 de Outubro em Budapeste, Hungria na Semmelweis University.

Os docentes António Ferreira e Tiago Ramos integrarão um programa internacional e multidisciplinar de preparação dos Intensive Program’s – IP’s.


Day 1 – Wednesday 23/10

IP – group meeting

Dinner per project group





 Day 2 – Thursday 24/10

IP – group meeting
Academy workshop on innovative teaching    and learning methods

City exploration method: project on    intercultural competences      and  poverty
Joint dinner for all projects






Day 3 – Friday 25/10
IP – group meetingBreakfast at university and networking
IP – group meetingClosing session

Instituições Envolvidas:

  • Artevelde University College
  • Bergen University College
  • Charité University of Medicine Berlin
  • Dokuz Eylul University
  • Escola Superior Saúde-Instituto Politécnico Setúbal
  • HAN University of A S
  • Hanze University of Applied science
  • Helsinki Metropolia UAS
  • Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel
  • Oulu UAS
  • Portuguese Red Cross – ESEnfCVPOA/ESSCVP
  • PXL University College
  • Riga Stradins University
  • Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
  • Semmelweis University Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Tallinn Health Care College
  • Universitat de Vic
  • University College of Northern Denmark
  • University College Sealand
  • University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw
  • Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau


COHEHRE Academy:

 The COHEHRE Academy is one of the activities within the COHEHRE consortium. The aim of the Academy is to enhance international, interdisciplinary, interprofessional cooperation and capacity building within health education among the members institutions. The Academy acts as a platform that initiates, supports and coordinates different activities. It offers opportunities to create, stimulate, found and intensify networking of partner institutions and to develop joint initiatives.


5 COHEHRE project‐groups:

– ICHCI‐2: Enabling client responsibility

– ICHCI‐3: “Combating Risk Behavior Amongst Youngsters”!!

– ICHCI‐4: Community based mental health

– ICHCI‐5: Active Ageing

– Gerontotechnology

 Local da Project Meeting:BUDAPEST, Hungary
Semmelweis University
With an over 240‐year‐old tradition of academic excellence, Semmelweis University is widely recognised as one of Europe’s leading centres of medicine and health sciences, combining innovation and a time‐tested tradition in three main areas: education, research, and health care.



Mais Informações:

Programme for the capacity building seminar: Introduction of innovative teaching and learning methods

Seducing students… A way of learning!

By Pieter Vaes, Hogeschool Limburg, HasseltBelgium and UllaMaija Seppänen, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, OuluFinland

The presentation focuses on new ways of presenting a case study to students by using Facebook and a three dimensional (3D) tool.

The presentation includes: demonstration of the method, sharing pedagogical principles behind these tools, using the tools as interprofessional teams and discussion and sharing feedback from users of these tools (students and teachers).

“City exploration”: training on intercultural competences

By Attila Dobos, Faculty of Health Sciences Semmelweis University, BudapestHungary and Social Work, Artevelde University College, GhentBelgium.

The method focus on the training of intercultural competences within an international context and is a tool to learn about diversity, social exclusion and developing strategies

for social inclusion.

 Students explore the neighbourhood over a period of three days and confront theory and observations on practice on interculturality and diversity.

The product of their research is the organization of a neighbourhood walk for another group of students including a route map and their information gained during the exploration. At the end of the three days, the different groups exchange their products: each group is assigned to another neighbourhood of the city and is expected to explore the area using the route map and the extra information prepared for them. The experience of a different area confronts them with the disparities between the different areas and as such the diversity that may exist within one city.

The project close with a plenary debate on interculturality and diversity within an urban context.

 City exploration in 4 groups: the capacity building activity will give an introduction and a ‘try out’ of the city exploration method guided by experienced tutors.


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