The EU Skills Panorama (2014) states that health professionals should develop their skills in line with broader societal trends and influences. In the context of increasing mobility and high numbers of displaced persons, researchers and policymakers have also added their voices to calls to develop the range and quality of intercultural competences. This session provides three different examples of how to improve intercultural education.
2018109: Skills in conflict management and negotiation of diagnostic and therapeutic technicians
Dr. Vanda Pedrosa, Health Center, Portugal
Ms. Jacqueline Shanley, Coventry University, United Kingdom
Ms. Stergiani Balouka, National School of Public Health, Greece