Topics Index

1. Sustainable Development Goals - inclusion, equality and empowerment (1)
24 Technology-mediated health education: innovative human training for telemedicine and telehealth Carvalho Caio Abitbol1, Perez Rodrigo1,2, Melo Ronaldo Silva1,2, Oliveira Eloiza3,4, Carlos Alberto Pereira de Oliveira1,2
1State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 2Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 3State University bob Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 4Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Afghanistan.
10. Encouraging self-directed learning and empowerment (2)
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Education is Giving and Taking: A Comparative Study of Metaphor Usage in Australian and Norwegian University Promotional Videos

Allison Creed1,2, Susan Nacey3
1University of Melbourne, Australia. 2University of Southern Queensland, Australia. 3Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway.
12. Learning models in flexible and online learning: The interaction between content, technology, pedagogy and users (3)
12. Learning models in flexible and online learning: The interaction between content, technology, pedagogy and users (3)
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A curriculum for technical training in orthoses and prosthetics: a lifelong education proposa

Maria Cristina Guimarães1, Rita Tarcia2, Dagoberto Barbosa3, Alysson Campos3, Janio Gustavo Barbosa4, Michele Soltosky5, Marilyn Bonfim1
1Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil. 2Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil. 3Rehabilitation Center Dr. Henrique Santillo, Brazil. 4Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 5Federal Fluminense University, Brazil.
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Learning and training in the health sector: VR-based simulation

Bente Langvik Olsen1, Svein-Harald Nygård2
1Innlandet Hospital Trust, Norway. 2Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway.
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Open and Online Learning for Digital and Network Society

Airina Volungeviciene,
Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania. EDEN - European Distance and eLearning Network, United Kingdom.
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Technology-based  in a Health Popular Education OER  for Parents and Families: an Experience in the Kangaroo Method

Carlos Alberto Pereira de Oliveira1,2, Ruy Medeiros de Oliveira3, Ricardo Ricardo Alexsandro De Medeiros Valentim4,5
1Laboratory of Technological Innovation in Health at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 2indisciplinar Institute for Human Development with Technologies at the State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 3Maternity School Januário Cicco at the Federal University of Rio Grande do, Brazil. 4Laboratory of Technological Innovation in Health at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Nort, Brazil. 5University Hospital Onofre Lopes at the Federal University of Rio Gran, Brazil.
13. Open Educational Resources (OER), course portals and MOOCs (3)
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Can Open Educational Resources Contribute to the Achievement of SDG4 in a Lifelong Learning Perspective?

Svetlana Knyazeva1, Neil Butcher2, Sarah Hoosen2
1UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education, Russian Federation. 2Neil Butcher & Associates and OER Africa, South Africa.
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The production of Open Educational Resources to the civil public servants of the SUS: a methodological proposal

Kaline Araújo1,2, Mauricio Oliveira Jr1,2
1Laboratory of Technological Innovation in Health at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 2Secretariat of Distance Education at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.
14. New pedagogies – participation, co-production and sharing (3)
15. Learning strategies for social and cultural inclusion (3)
16. Other
2. Policies for new competence needs and employment adjustment (1)
2. Policies for new competence needs and employment adjustment (1)
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Balance of literacy and employability in education for lifelong learning in the digital age

Christian-Andreas Schumann1,2, Feng Xiao2,3, Kevin Reuther4, Helge Gerischer1, Claudia Tittmann1
1West Saxon University of Zwickau, Germany. 2Chinesisch-Deutsche Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften (CDHAW), China. 3Tongji Universitty Shanghai, China. 4University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom.
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Report of the ICDE Working Group on the Present and Future of Alternative Digital Credentials

Gary Matkin1, Stefania Aceto2, Deb Adair3, Ansary Ahmed4, Hee Kiat Cheong5, Gabriela Geron6, Allyn Radford7, Darien Rossiter8
1University of California, Irvine, USA. 2Universidad International de La Roija, Spain. 3Quality Matters, USA. 4Asia e-University, Malaysia. 5Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore. 6Connecting Iberoamerica, USA. 7Transforming Credentials, Australia. 8Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.
4. Quality assurance in lifelong learning, flexible learning (1)
5. Funding and regulations supporting lifelong learning and employability (1)
6. Best practices world-wide (2)
7. Enabling meeting places between work and education (2)
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Physiotherapy and Refugees Education Project (PREP): Responding to the Changing Needs of Clients

Djenana Jalovcic1, Egil Kaberuka-Nilelsen2, Michel Landry3, Rachael Lowe4, Anna Pettersson5, Emma Stokes6, Kjersti Thulin Wilhelmsen1, Joost van Wijchen7, Maria N. Alme1
1Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway. 2Centre for Migration Health, Norway. 3Duke University, USA. 4Physiopedia, United Kingdom. 5Karolinska Institute, Sweden. 6Trinity College, Ireland. 7HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands.
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PROFESSIONALS’ LIFELONG EDUCATION FROM BRAZIL UNIFIED HEALTH SYSTEM: A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE.

Ruy Medeiros de Oliveira1, Ricardo Alexsandro De Medeiros Valentim2,3, Carlos A P de Oliveira2,4
1Maternity School Januário Chico at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 2Laboratory f Technological Innovation in Health at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. 3University Hospital Onofre Lopes at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Nort, Brazil. 4Multidisciplinary Institute for Human Development eith Technologies at the State University of Rio G, Brazil.
8. Facilitating for career counselling, training and continuing education (2)
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Quality Criteria for Distance Health Education Modality: the Context of the Family Health Specialization Course UNA-SUS/UNIFESP

Juliana Bezerra Joaquim Campos1, Maria Elisabete Salvador2, Rita Maria Lino Tarcia2,3
1Hospital Alemão Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil. 2Universidade Federal de São Paulo – UNIFESP, Brazil. 3Associação Brasileira de Educação a Distância – ABED, Brazil.
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Simulation for Medical Training

Cecilia Flores1, Ana Respicio2, Helder Coelho2, Marta Bez3, João Marcelo Fonseca4
1Federal University Health Science of Porto Alegre, Brazil. 2Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. 3Feevale University, Brazil. 4Coordinator of Hospital Attention and Urgencies of the Municipal Health Department of Porto Alegre, Brazil.
9. Towards a sustainable learning organisation (2)