Competent teachers together (TerOpe)

TerOpe-project is a national project. The project’s aim is to define national competence requirements for health science and social service teachers, develop and integrate a model for continuous education and develop a international network for health science, social service and rehabilitation teachers.

The project is coordinated by the Research Unit of Nursing Science and Health Management at the University of Oulu in collaboration with the University of Eastern Finland, the University of Tampere, the University of Turku, the University of Jyväskylä, Åbo Academi University and Tampere University of Applied Sciences. The project includes four stages I – IV.

  1. STAGE NATIONAL HEALTH SCIENCE AND SOCIAL SERVICE TEACHERS’ COMPETENCE
  2. STAGE CONTINUOUS EDUCATION MODEL
  3. STAGE DIGITAL LEARNING MODULE
  4. STAGE DIGITAL HEALTH SCIENCE AND SOCIAL SERVICE TEACHERS’ NETWORK

Project duration is 1.9.2017-31.12.2019.
Project is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture in Finland.

Research team:

Maria Kääriäinen, professor, University of Oulu
Kristina Mikkonen, PhD, researcher, University of Oulu
Leena Salminen, PhD, professor, University of Turku
Iina Ryhtä, MSNc-student, University of Turku
Imane Elonen, MSNc-student, University of Turku
Kukka-Maaria Kokkonen, MSNc-student, University of Eastern Finland
Janette Kiikeri, MSNc-student, University of Eastern Finland
Marjorita Sormunen, PhD, university researcher, University of Eastern Finland
Terhi Saaranen, docent, lector, University of Eastern Finland
Meeri Koivula, docent, lector, University of Tampere
Minna Koskimäki, MNSc, doctoral student, University of Tampere
Marja-Leena Lähteenmäki, PhD, university teacher, Tampere University of Applied Sciences
Tuulikki Sjögren, PhD, lector, University of Jyväskylä
Hilkka Korpi, PhD, lector, University of Jyväskylä
Camilla Koskinen, PhD, assistant professor, Åbo Akademi University
Monika Koskinen, MNSc, doctoral student, Åbo Akademi University

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