UiS presents simulation app on international research conference
This week, the University of Stavanger takes part on INTED in Valencia to present the DIGISIM app, a three-year long development project co-funded by the EU. The result is an interactive simulation app that makes it easier for students to train on practical nursing procedures on their own.
Fetal heart rate monitoring during labor
Benjamin Kamala defends his PhD degree in health and medicine at the University of Stavanger November 18th 2019. He has investigated different devices for fetal heart rate monitoring during labor in urban referral hospitals in Tanzania
Call for Abstract - Conference on family nursing
We are pleased to announce this Call for Abstracts for the 6th Nordic conference on Family Focused Nursing to be held June 2-4, 2020.
Research collaboration with Japan on resilience in healthcare
Researchers at the Faculty of Health Sciences recently went to Japan to explore opportunities for research collaboration in the field of quality and safety in healthcare.
Seminar for adolescents about stigma and mental health
The InvolveMENT project at the research centre SHARE organizes a one-day seminar about adolescents’ mental health on Thursday 26 September. The seminar has been developed by teenagers – for teenagers.
Funding for innovative learning project
The Interactive 360° video simulation project, led by NETTOP and the Faculty of Health Sciences at UiS, has received almost 10 million NOK from the EU.
Potential collaboration with University of A Coruña
Terese Bondas, professor at UiS, was invited to visit the University of A Coruña, Galicia Spain from June 24-29 th 2019 to discuss opportunities for further cooperation between the universities.
SIMeLEARN finalist in national initiative in education
The academic community in simulation and e-learning at the Faculty of Health Sciences is one of the finalists to achieve status of Norwegian ‘Centre for Excellence in Education’ (SFU).