QuaranTrain is a complex project in its diverse aims of supporting good health and well-being, to promote collaborations between health care professions, to develop health care professions in a new situation and to create contact between student and staff at higher educational institutions.
From an educational perspective, such an initiative is very welcome. We struggle to create learning landscapes that can promote complexity and international collaboration and understanding. Many HEIs have high goals for increasing their degree of internationalisation for both students and staff, but few manages to meet these. It is widely accepted that there is a high value of achieving cultural understanding and get experience in communication across borders and in reaching out to someone not in your closest proximity.
In our roles as being staff at HEIs, we highly support this project and we believe it will be as relevant also when our societies recover after covid-19.
Do you want to discuss how to implement this project into programs at your educational institution or maybe just come into contact with other staff and students who are involved in the project, take contact either via social media, directly to any of the persons involved or write to email@example.com.
HEI and universities are collaborating