An Erasmus+ project SociALL wants to take advantage of the COVID-led increased use of technological developments to ease the tasks of social care professionals while simultaneously yielding better services for patients.

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Erasmus+ project Sociall

Erasmus+ project Sociall

An Erasmus+ project SociALL wants to take advantage of the COVID-led increased use of technological d

Digital applications are increasingly finding their way into the health and social services sector πŸ“²πŸ‘΅πŸ‘΄An understanding of the technologies among all care professionals is super important for successful digitization. Nowa just offered a training for health professionals, 11 care professionals were certified as DIGI-coach for older people πŸ“œ πŸ‘πŸ‘‰Success factors for digital empowerment are making the benefits of digital apploications clear and strengthening confidence in one's own abilities πŸ‘ŒErasmus+ project Sociallciall we will have a closer look at needs for trainings for mobile care professionals See MoreSee Less
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Today is International Women's Day!According to the Gender Gap Report, it will take more than 100 years to close the gap β€Ό In the field of care, women are highly represented: πŸ‘‰ over 80% of women working in five out of eleven systemically relevant professions, including care, in AustriaπŸ‘‰in Norway, 82.7% of social and health care professionals are womenπŸ‘‰ in the Czech Republic, about 81.5% of women work in social services. πŸ‘‰ in Slovakia, women make up around 80% of the workforce in areas such as health, social services, and education. ❗These statistics highlight the need to continue advocating for gender equality and addressing the inequalities that persist in various fields, including care ❗ See MoreSee Less
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🍳 Desk research is cooking! πŸ³πŸ‘‰ As part of Work Package II: Assessment of upskilling needs & Dissemination I, project partners have been compiling literature, articles, and best practices for the past month. They are now compiling these elements into national desk research papers, thereby completing activity 2.2. All national studies are expected to be completed by the end of this week. πŸ“‘Each national desk research will cover and explore three main aspects: General target group definition: social care professionals, qualifications, digital skills, etc.Education of the target group: Education trajectories and trends, legal background, socio-geographic and economic differences, etc. Tech-related needs of care professionals: State of the use and needs of tech-enhanced tools for social care, study of existing solutions and their applicability to specific national contexts.πŸ”œ After desk research papers are finalized, project partners will move on to activity 2.3: surveying of care professionals. This activity will be the occasion to go on the field, to confirm and complement the research findings with the experience of social care practitioners. 🌐For more information visit our website: sociall.info/2022/12/29/hello-world/ See MoreSee Less
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