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Project results are added here as they are available.

as of February 2016

The VQTS matrix on elderly care describes the steps of competent development of elderly care workers from novice to expert based on the working tasks identified as resprentative for elderly care. The matrix at hand is revision of the NoBoMa project matrix carried out in the HCEU project. The download version contains in addition a users manual on the VQTS matrix.

as of December 2016

The HCEU matrix on "Nursing" describes the steps of competence development in the field of nursing starting with helper professions within nursing up to Bachelor level. Competence development is described based on work processes/ competence areas and transversal competence areas identified as representative for the overall field of nursing. The matrix has been developed by the transnational expert consortium of the HCEU project including perspectives from AT, DE, HE, HU, PL and validated in the framework of two transnational validation workshops.

as of December 2016

The HCEU matrix on "Professional Care" describes the steps of competence development in the fields of nursing and elderly care starting with helper professions within those professional fields up to Bachelor level. Competence development is described based on work processes/ competence areas and transversal competence areas identified as representative for the overall fields of nursing and elderly care. The matrix has been developed by the transnational expert consortium of the HCEU project including perspectives from AT, DE, HE, HU, PL and validated in the framework of two transnational validation workshops.

(The current version is still subject of additional quality assurance measures and will be available in a further improved version in the second half of 2017. A manual on using the matrix and its background is separately available.)

 
The video explains the mode of action of the HCEU matrix "Professional Care" within its application context transnational mobility of healthcare professionals in and to Europe. It describes how the matrix supports recognition processes and how it can facilitate transition processes of professionals from one country to another.

HCEU discussed at Scientific & Training Conference in Poland

On 06.11.2017 the city of Bydgoszcz hosted a Scientific & Training...

Presentation of HCEU results at 3rd "Zukunftskongress Migration & Integration" in Berlin (DE)

The 3rd Future congress on migration and integration took place on September...

HCEU findings presented at ECER in Copenhagen (DK)

Together with Tanja Bacher (3s), Marjan Khobreh (University Siegen) and Dr....