Digital Labs: health professionals
We envision a space where active medical professionals can share their experiences and work on guidelines to advance the health care sector in Ukraine. The space of inspiration, communication, and collaboration. Digital Labs: health care professionals are the embodiment of the idea.
Digital Labs bring together health care professionals from all over Ukraine to overcome common challenges. You will learn about the effective solutions in lectures with experts from the EU and Ukraine and, teamed with other participants, discuss the real-life cases and design handy guidelines. The experts will be there for you to advise and direct.
We open calls for this Digital Lab a couple of times a year. Follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to hear the updates.
This is for labs covering hot-button themes
We have chosen hot-button themes for our labs: neonatology, paediatrics, and children’s physiotherapy. One theme — one lab is our mantra as this provides a thorough overview of each topic. We take our time to break it down, having ten lectures and ten practical mentoring sessions.
This is for learning from leading experts from the EU and Ukraine
Believing that that one should learn from the best professionals, we invite proficient and motivated experts only. Doctors from the EU will present the health care trend, while Ukrainian professionals will prove that changes are possible even when the circumstances are against you.
This is for designing handy recommendations and dictionaries
You will leave the digital lab with recommendations and dictionaries you can apply right away: without going through bureaucratic procedures or looking for financing. It will be rooted in European standards, adapted to Ukrainian reality upon consultations with experts.
This is for active health care professionals all over Ukraine
There is no relation between the motivation to cause changes and the title, so we invite doctors and nurses. We look for medical officers with over three years of professional experience and the eagerness to share their knowledge with the health care community.
This is for you!
We are all over Ukraine
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