The 4D project aims to design mobile technology that improves learning in clinical practice and promotes communication between the healthcare environment and the university with the double challenge of determining the influential factors in learning during students' internships in the health sector (in the fields of nursing, medicine, physiotherapy and psychology, among others) and digitising practical environments.  

On XNUMX December, the Spanish National Agency (ANE) for the development and management of the European Union's Erasmus + program in the field of education and training (SEPIE) announced the project grant XNUMXD in the Digitalization of Learning in Practice,led by the educators on the Degree in Nursing at the TecnoCampus School of Health Sciences, Carlos Martínez and Esther Cabrera (pictured), with the participation of Carles Garcia(SQAI) , Anna Gabriel and Marta Carceller (project service and research support atTecnoCampus) 

This is a project in which Know-Center GmbH, Graz University of Technology and Business Development (Austria), the Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences Lublin (Poland), the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany), the technology company Kubify -Learning Toolbox (Netherlands) and the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute all participate.

The 4D project aims to design mobile technology that improves learning in clinical practice and promotes communication between the healthcare environment and the university with the double challenge of determining the influential factors in learning during students' internships in the health sector (in the fields of nursing, medicine, physiotherapy and psychology, among others) and digitising practical environments.  

This project coordinated by TecnoCampus was submitted to the call ERASMUS plus Call 2021 Round 1 KA220-HED - Cooperation partnerships in higher education and competed with a total of 108 projects statewide. Finally, it has been selected together with five other projects from all over Catalonia, and ranks fourth in funding out of the 34 selected at the state level (a total of € 377.840).  


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