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Developing Better Health Care in Hybrid World

Developing Better Health Care in Hybrid World

Our multidisciplinary research group promotes the competence of health professionals and better care for patients and customers in a world that is changing with research and development. We will focus in particular on the hybrid approach and the opportunities offered by digital methods.

In our projects, we work with different actors on a cross-cutting basis at regional, national and international level.

The focus of the group:

  • Digitality in nursing
  • Digital learning environments (simulation and XR technology)
  • Digital methods to support professional development

The expert areas of the research group are nursing care of children and adolescents, nursing of public health diseases, perioperative nursing, emergency, intensive and acute care nursing, infection control and epidemic preparedness nursing, pharmacotherapy , home care and nursing management. 


Projects completed

SimEthics, Simulation Pedagogy in learning Ethics in Practice in Health Care:
project is aiming to increase ethical competence among nursing students and prepare professionals to retain an equal and ethical capability within our health-care systems in the Central Baltic region. TUAS is a coordinator of the project.

eMedPassport , The eMedication Passport – cultural adaptation of learning tool, Erasmus + project, TUAS is a partner of the project.

iSPAD , Innovative Simulation Pedagogy for Academic Development, international Erasmus + project, TUAS is a partner of the project.

Chronic Wound Care in Simulation Environment, Erasmus + project, TUAS is a partner of the project.

Vulnerable pregnant women throughout Europe , Nationaal Regieorgaan Praktijkgericht Onderzoek SIA, TUAS is a partner of the project.

Digital Toolbox for Innovation in Nursing Education I-BOX project , The aim of the project Digital Toolbox for innovation in nursing education (I-BOX) is to design and develop audiovisual materials in open-access format related to procedures and nursing techniques in a simulation environment that will help graduate nursing students to improve their education and training.

National projects can be found on the Finnish website.