ENPHE Working groups (WGs)

​During the seminar in Bochum the ENPHE working groups (WGs) have prepared the workshops for the conference in Groningen. Below you find more information on the different WGs.

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  1. ​Facilitation of Learning
    This working group focuses on the use of different learning tools, such as blended learning, game-based learning and new learning environments for teachers and students.

  2. Practice-based Learning
    This working group's develops solutions to assess clinical internships and to assist students/institutions in finding internships with other European partners more easily.

  3. Interprofessional Learning 
    This working group's goal is to upgrade the interprofessional learning (IPL) competencies by sharing information, knowledge and skills in IPL education. IPL increases this knowledge and provides professionals/students with an understanding of the interpersonal skills needed for liaison and communication. IPL has been shown to create teams that work together better and improve patient experience. The design of interprofessional education, as well as definitions in, facilitators of and barriers to (clinical) education, are described and discussed and will be embedded in an IPL platform.

  4. Professional Issues – Direct Access
    This working group is dedicated to describing the roles and competencies in direct access and extended-scope physiotherapy and working on the main issues for improvement.

  5. Internationalisation
    This working group addresses the question of how internationalisation is practised at one's own university. All group members have developed an internationalisation strategy for special needs as a template for use at their own university. 

  6. Research
    This working group grants the Master and Bachelor Awards for students according to defined criteria. Additionally, this group has developed knowledge video clips to promote research competencies for physiotherapy students.

  7. Digital Healthcare in Education and Clinical Practice
    Digital healthcare tools and designs have shown great potential to enhance health services' capacity to achieve the triple aims (enhance patient experiences, improve health outcomes and control or reduce costs), but their actual impact remains variable. This working group attempts to initiate the shift from a perspective focused on implementing new digital tools in healthcare settings to one emphasising service design, which will help teams (patient, provider and policy) execute more successful digital healthcare designs for the future.


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