A blue global map indicating the countries participating in the SmarNurse project. Dots around the globe connected by lines refering to digital content of the project.

Developing Teachers´ and Nursing Students´ Competencies in Digital Nursing

This international project aims to modernise the curriculum in nursing education in two Latin Amerin countries using digital and active learning methods. The three-year project of 7 partners started in November 2020 and is an indepent continuum project to DigiNurse and DigiCare projects.

Together towards future proof nursing curriculum through digital interventions

The global need for online nursing education and communication is increasingly important. This generates regional and institutional reguirements on providing high quality online education and consequately health care in the contexts of health promotion, disease prevention and management of chronic diseases in primary health care. The use of technology and active learning methods in Lating American partner countries provides “a giant leap” for digitalisation in nursing education and in health care services.

An animation picture of different tools that can be used to monitor digital health. The tools include smart phone, smart watch and a computer. The data sharing between different tools is visualized by dotted connecting lines between tools and cloud storage.

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Project Partners

Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK), Finland, project coordinator. University of Ljubljana (UNILJ), Slovenia. El Salvador Universidad Evangélica de El Salvador (UEES). El Salvador Instituto Especializado de Educación Superior de Profesionales de la Salud (IEPROES). El Salvador Universidad Gerardo Barrios (UGB). Mexico Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (UAA). Mexico Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (UASLP). Funded by Erasmus+ Capacity Building for higher education Programme.