Heading towards the end of the project, health professionals from the six partner countries have the chance to take part in a mobility experience to learn new methodologies and exchange good practices with colleagues on diversity management and intercultural communication.
The upcoming blended mobility will take place in Budapest (Hungary) on occasion of the final event of the project that will be hosted at the Conference Center of the Central European University.
The event combines an Interdisciplinary International Conference (2-3 July) to explore various intersectional areas of medicine, anthropology and migration, and three training days (4-5-6 July) where parallel workshops will allow participants to get familiar with the Healthy Diversity methodology and to test some training activities in relation to diversity in encountering patients, the development of practical competences for working in intercultural teams and diversity management skills in healthcare institutions.
The Training for healthcare professionals is complementary to the Conference, but it is anyway possible to take part just in the Conference.
For more information on the conference programme and registration, click here.
There are still some places available!
Eligibility requirements and costs (just for the people taking part in the international mobility): Participants must be professionals in the healthcare sector aged 18 or above (no age limits) and have a full working proficiency in English. They are expected to attend both the Conference (2-3 July) and the training (4-5-6 July).
Travel costs, food, accommodation and the activities and material provided during the training are covered by the programme.
For information on the blended mobility in Budapest, please contact the project partner in your country:
United Kingdom – Equality & Inclusion Partnership (EQuIP)
Junaid Hussain: email@example.com
France – Elan Interculturel
Vera Varhegyi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Denmark – mhtconsult ApS
Margit Helle Thomsen: email@example.com
Austria – University of Vienna
Katharina Resch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Italy – CESIE
Alessandra Cannizzo: email@example.com
Hungary – Artemisszio Foundation
Diana Szántó: firstname.lastname@example.org