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Chair: Prof. Lesley Diack, Robert Gordon University

In 2010, the World Health Organisation acknowledged that after almost 50 years of enquiry, that there is sufficient evidence to indicate that effective interprofessional education enables effective collaborative practice. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/interprofessional-education-and-training

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2019-06-02 09:51
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Chair: Mr. Jose Guilherme Couto, University of Malta

The aim of this work group is to promote and disseminate research on education and training of Healthcare professionals. This is in line with the vision of the International Network for Health Workforce Education of closing the gap between the different actors in education of healthcare professionals. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/research-education-and-training

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2019-08-16 14:55
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Co-Chairs: Mrs. Rachelle Blake and Dr. Val Kozmenko

Digital solutions have the potential to radically transform health systems and education by providing better outcomes, service and quality through technopolitical advances. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/digital-skills-and-technology-healthcare-and-education

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by David Smith
2019-08-16 14:51
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Chair: Dr Eszter Kovács, Semmelweis University

The importance of sustainable health workforce with the right combined skills is increasingly recognised in Europe. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/health-workforce-policy-and-research

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by David Smith
2019-08-14 08:42
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Chair: Ms. Valia Kalaitzi, Maastricht University

The Working Group aims to present potential gaps in health professionals’ representation in health workforce, how those gaps may be addressed and what may be potential benefits and opportunities in a gender balanced health workforce. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/gender-equality-health-professional-education

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Co-Chairs: Dr. Lidia Georgieva and Mr. Adam Layland

Leadership and Management are important for the delivery of good quality health services in an appropriate, efficient, equitable, and sustainable manner. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/leadership-and-health-management

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Chair: Soosmita Sinha, Founder & President, Health Law Institute

An emphasis on vertical health programs has left national health systems underdeveloped or crippled to deal with increasing incidences of pandemics, non-communicable diseases, antimicrobial resistance or benefit fully from technological advances. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/legal-awareness-and-literacy-health-workers

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Chair: Dr Sharyn Maxwell,  Newcastle University

There are many groupings of vulnerable people in the world. Furthermore, the numbers of vulnerable people in general populations are much higher than may initially be expected. For more information please visit: https://inhwe.org/caring-vulnerable-people

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