EUR-HUMAN course for primary health care providers who are involved in health care for refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants in Austria
Welcome to the online-course for primary health care providers which are involved in primary health care for refugees, asylum seekers and other newly arrived migrants. The content of this course will help primary health care providers in Austria to provide primary care for refugees in an informed, integrated, person centred, as well as competent and secure way (both for the refugee and the provider).
To receive a certificate, please complete all eight modules of the course within four weeks (10 DFP-Punkte). More details regarding the course is described in this module.
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Welcome to the online-course for primary health care providers that are involved in primary health care for refugees/asylum seekers and other newly arrived migrants.
We are really happy that you decided to take part in this new course!
This course is part of the project ‘717319 / EUR-HUMAN’ which has received funding from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020): http://eur-human.uoc.gr/
The EUR-HUMAN project is coordinated by the University of Crete/Greece; other partners are (click on the link for further information of the organizations and teams):
- Stichting Katholieke Universiteit
- University of Liverpool
- Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research
- Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
- Medizinische Universität Wien
- Univerza V Ljubljani
- European Forum for Primary Care
- Local Health Authority of Empoli
- Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group
- University of Debrecen
The main objective of the EUR-HUMAN project is to reinforce and develop skills and abilities, and to expand knowledge and experience in the EU member-states receiving refugees and immigrants, ultimately aiming to successfully address the various health needs of these vulnerable groups in an effective manner, as well as to ensure that all population groups in these European countries are well-protected, safeguarding them from specific risk factors and at the same time minimizing cross-border health risks.
This online-course is part of the work-package 6 of this project and has the special aim to support building capacity of the primary health care providers through closing knowledge gaps regarding different issues of primary health care for refugees/asylum seekers and other newly arrived migrants in the respective countries.
Work-package 6 of the EUR-HUMAN project was coordinated by the team of the Medical University of Vienna: Medizinische Universität Wien. This core team, and especially Dr Elena Jirovsky, was responsible for the design of the overall structure of this online course, and for both the development of content as well as for the establishment of strategic cooperation with experts who provided content for several modules of this course:
- Dr. Kathryn Hoffmann, MD, MPH (Medicine, Public Health
- Dr Elena Jirovsky, PhD (Medical Anthropology)
- Mag Elisabeth Sophie Mayrhuber (Intern. Development Studies)
The modules and chapters that were developed by cooperating organizations and experts are presented separately at the beginning of the module or chapter they created.