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Assessing Content and Teaching in Holistic Multi-professional Teaching

As part of the DVINE project´s main activities, pilot courses of DVINE curriculum were held in Vietnam and Nepal in 2021. At the end …

Experience of Pilot Realisation of Community Development

I believe every experience is an opportunity to learn something new about yourself. If taken positively, experience is a great teacher that enables every …

Curriculum, skill and networking development at the Lalitpur Nursing Campus, Nepal

During the DVINE project, the Lalitpur Nursing Campus of Patan Academy of Health Sciences has experienced holistic development in teaching materials, pedagogical competence, networking opportunities, curriculum and communication competence. These changes have run both on a structural level, and an implementational level to ensure sustainable and continuous development in the future as well.

Deafness and dignity in Nepal and Vietnam

Deaf children and those with special needs in Nepal and Vietnam, as elsewhere in the world, experience difficulties accessing education and employment. Addressing their …

Studying multi-professional work online

Online multi-professional learning can bring together teachers and students from different disciplines and countries. It aims to break traditional discipline-specific attitudes and improve multi-professional …

A Comparative Analysis of Teaching Methods at Diak, HUSC, VID and SXC

What kind of similarities and differences exist among teaching methods used by universities in delivering the social services and social work bachelor’s degree programs? …

Video-based simulations as a learning method

Simulations as a pedagogical approach is known as an efficient learning method for students. It is a student-centred way to learn nursing skills, interaction, …

Distance learning solutions and hybrid learning

The realisation of communication and hybrid learning in an international project requires the right tools. Hybrid learning refers to a model where some students …

Bipana Dhakal – Making a change through her community

Bipana Dhakal is a social work student who works actively in her community. She is a 4th-year student at St. Xavier’s College, Maitighar, Nepal. Bipana has been involved in the DVINE project and found a learning project of her own.

Multiprofessional simulation in DVINE project at multiple campuses

As a part of the DVINE project, Diak partner teachers organised a remote multi-professional simulation between nursing, interpreting, and social work students. The simulation took place on 22 February 2021.  Teachers in charge were Tiina Ervelius, Ulla …