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MODULE 2: MMHT
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1. Working in multicultural multi professional health teams

LEARNING ACTIVITIES:

  1. Watch the "Wisdom of Geese" video:

  2. Join the MOOC Discussion Mail List on http://ieneproject.eu/community.php and compose a message with the subject “Working in multicultural multi professional health teams”, in which you should:
    1. Describe the profession you are in and your job role
    2. Write a list of health professions whose members you collaborate with on a daily basis, describe tasks and responsibilities they have in patient care
    3. Write a reflection on whether you mainly think of yourself as member of a single-professional team (e.g. doctors, nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, radiographers, midwives) or as member of an interprofessional team
  3. Send the message to the group and view at least 2 messages written by your group members and provide some feedback/comments.
Key outputs

IENE 1, 2008-2010

  • Research report EN
  • PTT/IENE Model EN
  • Report of the survey EN
  • Good Practice Manual EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4  5  6

IENE 2, 2010-2012

  • Transnational Report  EN
  • ToT methodology  EN  RO  FR  NL
  • Strategic Guide  EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4
  • Final conference  EN
  • Brochure with project results  EN

IENE 3, 2013-2015

IENE 4, 2014-2016

  • Report on integrative literature reviews EN
  • Needs assessment report EN
  • An European model for the development of role models to promote and support culturally competent and compassionate care EN
  • Curriculum EN
  • Report of the Tools EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4

IENE 5, 2015-2017

  • Needs assessment Report EN
  • Training Model EN RO IT EL DK
  • Curriculum EN
  • Handbook for MOOC facilitators EN
  • MOOC Best Practice Guide EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4
  • Leaflet EN
  • Flyer EN
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