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i-CARE project organize rehabilitation ethics workshop

i-CARE project organized rehabilitation ethics workshop for academics and professionals in Gaza, this workshop part of peer to peer training aimed to share knowledge and experience among the local experts and academics in the rehabilitation field.

Palestinian academics complete the second training mission at Dublin City University in Ireland

The Palestinian academics completed the 12 days training at Dublin City University in Ireland.
This intensive training focused on rehabilitation engineering included field visits and actual cases. Furthermore, the training was rich in knowledge and skills that focus on these topics: ( Existing Rehab Tech, Ethics of Assistive Tech, Robotics and Exoskeletons, Spinal Injury Care, Biomechanics, Critical Thinking, Motor Control Testing, 3D Printing for Rehab, Assistive Tech in Rehab, Enhanced Teaching, Ethics and Consultation Skills, Curricula Development, Problem Based Learning, Entrepreneurship, Open Inquiry Approach, and Module design, Assessment/ Feedback). 
The DCU training targeted 10 Palestinian academics, and it’s aimed to build their capacities and skills in rehabilitation engineering, and after the academics back to Gaza, they will share this knowledge and experiences with the other academics, professionals and students by conducting peer to peer training. 

our Palestinian academics attend a Problem Based Learning sessions

our Palestinian academics attended a Problem Based Learning session in their training mission at DCU in Ireland. 

This training mission is part of WP2 capacity building, and it’s aimed to build the Palestinian academics and professionals capacities and skills in rehabilitation engineering.

Palestinian academics conduct a field visit and training at SeatTech department at Enable Ireland

Our Palestinian academics conducted a field visit and training at SeatTech department at Enable Ireland.

This field visit is a part of the EU training mission aimed to build the academics capacity in different areas of rehabilitation engineering. Through it, they will share the acquired knowledge and experience to their peers when they come back to Gaza.