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Fw: An invitation to participate on a free on-line course

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Runa Lazzarino <[log in to unmask]>

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Runa Lazzarino <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 7 May 2019 08:13:12 +0000

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Dear List Members, 

I am writing to inform you about an exciting, free, on-line short course which is aimed at migrant care workers who work with older people in care homes or at the client's home. 
    
   - The course requires a participant to normally spend 1 hour per day for 6 weeks (5 days per week) .
   - If a participant cannot spend the 1 hour on a particular day s/he can catch up during the two days of the week which are normally free from study.
   - The participant needs to have access to the internet and can study using a computer or a mobile phone.
   - The participant can study anywhere and any time, for example in the train on the way to work, during the lunch breaks, during a night duty when most clients are asleep, at home after work, during their free time etc. 
   - The first week is devoted to mastering the skills required to navigate the materials, to become familiar with the aims of the course, how to participate and what is required to attain the certificate of achievement.  
   - Week 2, 3, 4, 5 deal with the content which is activity based. All materials needed for the study are provided within the course or accessed by clicking on links which take one to websites which contain the material. Week 6 is about catching up with any study the participant did not have time to do in the previous weeks, maybe download materials which s/he want to keep or share with colleagues in the future, and completing a small assessment and evaluation questionnaire. 
   - The course requires the participants to reflect on their learning by writing an entry on the discussion boards which the facilitators and other participants can read and provide feedback. 
   - The participants will be studying with many people from across the world. 
   - The course will be facilitated by a number of trained facilitators. 
 
What does the course cover?
    
   - Understanding the importance of culture and cultural identity
   - Cultural aspects of ageing
   - Dementia and culture
   - Cultural expressions of loneliness
   - Cultural aspects of suffering
   - Intercultural communication
   - Culturally competent compassion
   - Working in multicultural team
   - person centred culturally appropriate care
   - Safeguarding and advocacy
 
the course is part of the IENE7 project which is funded by the European Union programme ERASMUS+   Attached please find a newsletter about this project.
 
  
 
To SUBSCRIBE on the course please click the link: https://tinyurl.com/IENE7MOOC
 
THE COURSE BEGINS ON THE 6TH MAY 2019.
 
ENROL NOW!
 
  
 
Kind regards,
 
Dr Irena Papadopoulos,
Professor of Transcultural Health and Nursing,
Head, Research Centre for Transcultural Studies in Health,
School of Health and Education,
Middlesex University,
The Burroughs,
London NW4 4BT,
UK.
Tel: +44 208 411 6626
 
Follow me on Twitter  @irena_pap
 
Follow me on ResearchGate at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Irena_Papadopoulos
Please visit www.ieneproject.eu
 
Please visithttp://www.europeantransculturalnurses.eu/index.htm
 
Please visit the CARESSES website (culturally competent robots project)www.caressesrobot.org
 
Follow the IENE6 Blog at https://wordpress.com/view/iene6.wordpress.com
 
Subscribe to [log in to unmask]
 
 Check outmy new book: Culturally Competent Compassion. A Guide for Healthcare Students and Practitioners.Routledge. Order now. Available in April 2018. 
 

   

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