Dissemination activities is a continuous process during the project. It is also one of the most relevant key points in the project, and it will not be limited to products and final results. From this point of view, all kind of experiences, intermediate results, methodologies, etc. identified along the project, are an object of internal and external dissemination. Here you can see what types of activities are being undertaken by project team and the effects of these works.
DISSEMINATION REPORT 5
Description of activities were undertaken between November 2020 – April 2021.
DISSEMINATION REPORT 4
Description of activities were undertaken between May 2020 – October 2020.
DISSEMINATION REPORT 3
Description of activities were undertaken between November 2019 and April 2020.
DISSEMINATION REPORT 2
Description of activities were undertaken using all available communication channels, from websites to social media, from newsletters to external events and scientific meetings on both the national and international arena. These works were made between May 2019 to October 2019.
DISSEMINATION REPORT 1
Since the start of the project, the consortium of the TEACH has undertaken a number of activities to disseminate project idea and results.According to the Dissemination Plan, the first stage focused on activities related to the promotion of the project and making public the related objectives, assumptions and intended results.These activities were undertaken using available communication channels on the national and international arena. Here you can see description of activities since November 2018 to May 2019.
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REPORT ON THE RESULTS OF THE SURVEYS FOLLOWING THE REPORT
Description of activities were undertaken using all available communication channels, from websites to social media, from newsletters to external events and scientific meetings on both the national and international arena.
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CURRICULUM FOR TEACH COURSE
Course title: Functional evaluation and advanced biomechanics in medicine and rehabilitation
The course aim is to prepare health sciences teachers to transfer of knowledge, methodologies and innovation, generated in the field of health sciences, specifically related to functional evaluation and biomechanical methodologies, to curricula of the next generation of graduates of health schools. After the course a teacher will be able to provide up-to-date knowledge, skills and competencies in the field of functional evaluation and advanced biomechanics in medicine and rehabilitation to students of different levels of qualifications with the use of all necessary pedagogical tools adjusted to knowledge contents and students’ needs.
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