Integration of transversal skills in health and
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ITSHEC project ends with all objectives met!5 (1)

ITSHEC project ends with all objectives met!
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  We are very happy to announce that ITSHEC project has ended with all objectives met! All partners (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Escola Superior d’Infermeria del Mar, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, UNIST -...

Virtual Reality third scenario available!5 (1)

Virtual Reality third scenario available!
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VR environments provide students with the opportunity to be immersed in a highly realistic, vivential first-person learning experience that only requires a VR headset.  In ITSHEC project we have produced three VR resources...

Virtual Reality resources available!5 (1)

Virtual Reality resources available!
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  VR environments provide students with the opportunity to be immersed in a highly realistic, vivential first-person learning experience that only requires a VR headset.  Once the student puts on the headset, she/he is transported to the context relevant for...

ITSHEC’s first VR pilot is a complete success story!5 (1)

ITSHEC’s first VR pilot is a complete success story!
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  One of the main objectives of ITSHEC project is to design, pilot, implement and evaluate teaching-learning strategies for undergraduate and postgraduate training that aim to address learning outcomes based on Transversal Skills. The key skills that will be...

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The ITSHEC project – Integration of Transversal Skills into Health and Social care, Higher Education and the Curriculum – aims to improve the training of healthcare and social services professionals in transversal skills throughout the undergraduate and postgraduate training journey. ITSHEC is co-funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Union. 

The key competencies that will be addressed are critical and creative thinking, interpersonal/socio-emotional and citizen-oriented skills and learning to learn. These transversal skills are crucial to lifelong learning and continuing professional development (CPD). Additionally, they are essential to promote active and involved European citizenship in civic and social life and will support improvements in a sustainable working environment.