This coming October 31, Swedish Care International will be participating in the Nordic-Korean Welfare Technology Seminar to be held in Seoul, South Korea. The seminar will highlight the key innovations in healthcare in Nordic countries and South Korea and explore four key areas: 1. User-driven innovation and implementation; 2. Innovative procurements; 3. Universal design; and 4. Educating staff with new technologies.
Timothy Wagner, Head of Knowledge, will be representing SCI as a Nordic delegate, and he will be giving a talk in the final session of the day (Educating staff with new technologies). The session will look at the way modern companies train healthcare professionals, both to ensure the highest level of quality in their service delivery and that they can adapt effectively to change.
In his talk, titled (E-)learning to Improve Care Outcomes, Timothy will be introducing Swedish Care International and the world-leading Silviahemmet care philosophy in dementia care. He will also explain how training and technology can combine to improve care outcomes in today’s environment. Going even deeper, he will share his thoughts on the latest trends in e-learning and knowledge acquisition and give his personal take on the future of education in this field. He will also share a case study where training was combined with the use of the Swedish register for Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms in Dementia (BPSD) to improve care outcomes for patients and organisations.
We hope to see you there, and do drop by and say hi to Timothy if you are coming to the Nordic-Korean Welfare Technology Seminar!