Registrations for the Seminar on the Application of new technologies in Health Sciences trainings are published and opened.
Encuentro internacional de estudiantes – Pamplona Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud 10-14 de febrero de 2020
III Encuentro internacional – Bruselas CAMPUS RITCS 6-9 de noviembre de 2019 Programa Jueves 7 de noviembre Apertura en manos de las anfitrionas del EhB Sandra Tricas y Klaas de Proost Presentación de todos los socios del desarrollo del trabajo por el momento. Preguntas y respuestas. UPNA: discusión general sobre resultados y avances hasta la fecha. UPNA: unas palabras sobre el presupuesto (actualización sobre buenas prácticas en materia de gestión de tiempo y otros temas). Preguntas y respuestas. Descanso Horarios, calendario y Ajustes: un vistazo rápido a nuestro progreso. Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra: presentación de la
Presentation of ARsim2care software prototype Barcelona and Manresa May 23-24, 2019 The team from the Public University of Navarra presented the ARsim2care software prototype at Sant Jan de Déu teaching campus in Barcelona and at the University of Manresa. Software prototype developed by iAR.
Presentation of the ARsim2care project at Wetenschapsdag, Brussels, 2018 Brussels November 30, 2018 The team from the Erasmus University Hogeschool in Brussels, presented the ARSIM2CARE Project at the Wetenschapsdag 2018 in Brussels.
II Encuentro Internacional Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra Faculty of Health Sciences September 24-26, 2018 The ARSim2care Project partners visited Coimbra (Portugal) on September 24-26, 2018, to hold the II International Meeting of the project. The host institution was the Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra. Taking advantage of the meeting, the partners were able to visit the ESENFC Simulation Center. Monday, September 24 AFTERNOON 15.00-16.00 Welcome ➔ ESEnfc ➔ Leticia San Martín. UPNA 16.00-18.00 Visit the installations of the Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra. ➔ ESEnfc Tuesday 25 September MORNING 09.00-10.30 Current status
ACTIUN Innovation Project Public University of Navarra May 3, 2018 IES Barañáin, together with a group of collaborating professors from the Public University of Navarra, carries out ACTIUN innovation project (Collaborative Learning, Information Technologies and University) recognized by the Department of Education of the Government of Navarra. Students from 4th of ESO and 1st of Baccalaureate have the opportunity to leave their classes at the institute to go to the University and work with professors from this institution with the same methodologies with which they are already familiar at their center. Session: Augmented Reality
XXVII Nursing Conference: When generation Z arrives at the University #JORNADAEUIG 22 March 2018 Escoles Universitàries Gimbernat – Barcelona Innovative training and its impact on clinical practice Use of Augmented Reality in clinical simulation. ARsim2care project. Dra. Leticia San Martín.
ARsim2care project presentation Wednesday, December 20, 2017 UPNA Presentation of the project Augmented Reality Application to clinical simulation (ARSim2care) at the Faculty of Health Sciences. The UPNA team that leads and participates in the project made a presentation in the Grade Classroom. Professors Leticia San Martin, Paula Escalada and Nely Soto explained the objectives of the project, the partners involved and the planning. Attendees had the opportunity to know what augmented reality is by interacting through an application designed for the presentation (pre-ARSIM2CARE available for Ios and Android) and they were even able to test the augmented reality
I International meeting of ARsim2care project Faculty of Health Sciences November 16-17, 2017 The ARSim2care Project partners visited Pamplona (Navarra, Spain) on November 16 and 17 to hold the first meeting of the work team. The Faculty of Health Sciences of the Public University of Navarra hosted the meeting where the project partners met. The UPNA team, coordinator of the project and led by Leticia San Martín who was accompanied by professors Paula Escalada, Tomás Caballero and Nely Soto. Begoña Ballaz and Nieves Iturria from the International Relations and Cooperation Section also participated in the