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Healthcare Leadership and Management Development Institute

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Vízió

Tudásalapú hálózatszervezet vagyunk, mely a 21.század egészségügy paradigmáját szimbolizálja.

HLMDI (angolból)

H – Boldogság és relatív jóléti állapot fenntartása. L – Tanulás, mely a legfontosabb mérhető tőkét adja a fejlődéshez

 M – Menedzsment és teljes körű vezetés a szinergia érdekében


 D – Fejlődés optimalizált és fenntartható módon



 I –Inspirált és inspiráló attitűd  

Magunkról

Hiszünk a tudatos gazdasági és egészségügyi rendszerben. Együtt élünk a jövővel, így valósítjuk meg azt. Hiszünk magunkban, mint a változás vezetőiben. Egyek vagyunk a globális egészségügyi rendszerrel.

Elérhetőség

Cím: Health Leaders Egyesület, Pécs, 7633, Építők útja 4/a. Mobilszám: (0036) 70 9462399

Misszió

Segítjük a decentralizációs folyamatot a magyar egészségügyben, és felgyorsítani a válaszoló, hatásos, hatékony rendszer kialakulását.

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2017 július 13. (csütörtök) 06:48

IOM-Reintegration and Effective Approaches

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Reintegration – Effective Approaches

IOM’s Migrant Assistance Division and its recently published paper on “Reintegration – Effective approaches” provides a snapshot of the current debate around reintegration and portrays various positions and practices that can support practitioners and academics in making further progress.

https://www.iom.int/sites/default/files/our_work/DMM/AVRR/Reintegration-Position-Paper-final.pdf

Through innovative ideas, such as partnerships with countries of origin, the private sector, foundations, developments actors and the diaspora, reintegration projects may provide a more comprehensive response, better address root causes of migration and adapt to new challenges of return migration. Last but not least, to achieve sustainable reintegration, the returnee should actively participate in his/her reintegration process and assistance should cover economic, social and psycho-social dimensions through adequate training, counselling, networking and financial support, while mitigating possible security risks and allowing for sufficient time for the returnee to re-adapt.

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 július 06. (csütörtök) 09:21

Co-Learning for Enhanced Self-Efficacy syllabus July and August

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Code

CERUND0118

Credit weight

80

Contact Hours

300

Program Title:

Certificate of Self-Efficacy  in the Context of Migration and Healthcare

Entry Criteria

Admission by July 12th

Successful Screening Interview, Pre-Admission Counselling

Director:

Prof.Titl. Dr.István Szilárd

Co-Director :

Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi

 

Contacts:

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Mobile: +36 30 387 12 46 (office)

+36 30 747 22 51 (private)

Contacts:

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Mobile: +36 209574021

 

 

 

Short Overview :

(College)

The career wide programs are designed for those seeking success in language competencies, international life skills , improved edge at the educational ,professional and on-job development skills development in Hungary and the EU. The programs are offered at under grad pre-entry, post-grad pre-entry, doctoral and post-doctoral pre-entry levels. The programs include job placement and employability courses, on-job integration training for the newly hired as well as the professionals seeking self-efficacy in their work and life contexts

 

Partner Universities and their Educators as well as leading non-academic Experts have been involved in the design and delivery of the programs

 

The  Migration and Integration Capacity Building programs of the Nobilite Career Development and Integration College (NCIC) are designed to assist “managed mobility” in supporting a synergistic and mutually productive co-existence between the migrant stakeholders namely migrant, her/his family, peers from the same culture on the one hand and the  host stakeholders by a team of internationally certified and active experts in the field of migration and integration health

 

Research has proven that “managed migration” can not only help in reducing the so-called ‘catch-up’ time of the new entrants  but can also help in accelerating the speed of reaching “productive hours” and promote the overall psycho-social well-being of the host and migrants.

 

The Health and Public Heath Aspects of Migration enjoy the highest priority in the domain of Mobility, Migration and Integration, therefore the participants of the various programs of the NCIC are sensitized regarding these aspects .In addition areas of MANAGED MIGRATION, INTER CULTURAL and INTERPROFESSIONAL Communication , Sustainable Healthcare Management, Migrant Self Efficacy and Employability, Social and Behavioural Aspects of Migration, Economic Aspects of Migration are delivered along an array of optional subjects in the fields of medicine, engineering, natural and social sciences as well as economics  Another  emerging area of focus includes Sustainable Development, Innovation and Migration. Healthy Rural and Urban Management , Architecture, Integrated Healthcare IT , Nurisng and Migration are offered to the participants

 

Sessions (weeks) :

Every week between JULY 24 th 2017 and FEB  10th. 2018 There is a high emphasis on field research and on-site activity .

Project paper  and presentations are delivered at three phases.

October  break:

(Co-ordination by Chair of the Student Affairs: Dr.Zoltán Katz, Ez az email cím védett a spam robotoktól, a megtekintéséhez engedélyezni kell a Javascriptet. )

Teaching days Mondays-Saturdays at the Migration Health premises (Kurt St.entrance building G)

1.July

24,25,26,27,31

(13-:00-16:00)

 

On-site and field research

  • July 24: field activity and course project (1) Introduction to self-efficacy as an integration and co-learning skill, the design and expected outcomes of the program -Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi

[ field research activity]

  • july 25:FIELD ACTIVITY (2) international case incidences in health and public aspects of migration with a focus on the refugees stati and data Access in central asia , africa and iran (part 1) –Prof.Dr.István szilárd [ field research activity]
  • JULy 26: FIELD ACTIVITY(3) – community based action research contrastive analysis of concepts , models and cases in overseas  employability and self empoyment-dr.kia goolesorkhi
  • JULY 27 : field activity and course project (4) culture of origin and self-awareness, basics of effective communication in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary contexts-Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi

[ field research activity]

  • July 31: field activity(5) international case incidences in health and public health aspects of migration with a focus onthe refugee stati and data Accessibility  in central asia , africa and iran (part 2) –Prof.Dr.István szilárd [ field research activity]

2.August

01,02,03,04,05

(13:00-16:00)

  • August 01 : the importance of migrant and public  health related data integration and data management Prof.Dr.István szilárd

[ field research activity 6]

  • august 02 :the significance of dissemination for evidence based policy making and integrated stakeholder decisionmaking(1) [dr.zoltán katz]  
  • august  03: the significance of dissemination for evidence based policy making and integrated stakeholder decisionmaking(2) – who’s goals  and the phame newsletter [dr.zoltán katz]
  • august  04: the business environment in the eu.opportunities for self-employment and employment ofcompetent –skilled migrants[dr.szabolcs fekete]
  • august 05: english language for academic purposes –analyzing news implications who’s PHAME newsletter –Mr.ádám  lajtai

2.August

07.,08,09,10,

(13:00-16:00)

  • AUGUST 07 business in eu –success factors in the area of Health and sustainability related tenders-[dr.szabolcs fekete]
  • august 08 understanding the culture and history of ethnic minorities in old and modern  hungary (1)
  • august 09 understanding the culture and history of ethnic minorities in hungary and the carapathian basin(2)
  • AUGUSt 10 employment and self-employment  opportunities in hungary-a pharma industry perspective(1)-[dr.zoltán katz]

3.August

14,15,16,17

(13:00-16:00)

  • august 14: presentation skills for self-efficacy concept and practice(1)-dr.kia goolesorkhi
  • august 15: presentation skills for self-efficacy concept and practice(2)-dr.kia goolesorkhi
  • august 16: inter-cultural communication and mediation a hungarian per (1)-mrs.gabriella gombar
  • august 17 english language  for academic purposes analyzing phame news (2)-10-12:00,13:-17:00

 

4.August

21,22,23,24

(13:00-16:00)

  • august 21: personal sales as  a key to self-efficacy and self awareness in multi-professional and multi-cultural contexts of healthcare (1) (dr.Kia goolesorkhi)
  • august 22 : english language  for academic purposes analyzing phame news (3)-10-12:00,13:-17:00
  • august 23: inter-cultural communication and mediation a hungarian per (1)-mrs.gabriella gombar
  • august 24:  pre.mirigration and integration programs-[prof.dr.istvan szilard]

5.August

28,29 ,30,31

(13:00-16:00)

  • august 28 : sustainable urban design and architecture (1)
  • august 29 : healthy and smart building architecture (1)
  • august30: healthy and smart building architecture(2)
  • august 31: english language  for academic purposes research and reporting skills as a pillar of self efficacy (2)-10-12:00,13:-17:00

Learning Min Outcomes:

Knowledge

This certificate program is built around 8 major areas and focuses on promoting the knowledge regarding the self-cultural exclusives as well as those of the host context Hungary from a Migration and Healthcare perspective offering best practices for achieving “participatory integration” for a win-win-win outcome helping the individual ,the families and the host culture Hungary and its extended context within the EU ..

Learning Min Outcomes:

Skills

Co-learning and interdisciplinary learning, diversity learning ,intercultural communication, self-efficacy, appreciative inquiry, global health, participatory research, foundation English, auto ethnography and multi-cultural ethnography

Teaching and Learning Strategies:

The design motivates self learning,and co-learning with the aimof co-creation The mix of lectures, seminars, and consultations. Focus is given to both individual and group work of the students.

Assessment Scheme:

(51% needed for a pass!)

Class  participation and semester papers                                                   20%,

Integration plan 25 A4 pages and 15 min presentation                             30%

Reflective overview and  panel discussion                                                20%

Comprehensive exam                                                                                  30%

Core Learning Materials:

Submitted by the professors Refer to your handbook

Optional Learning Material:

Submitted by the professors Refer to your handbook

Biographies and autobiographies of entrepreneurs for general reading

 

Branson, R. (2007): Losing My Virginity, Virgin. Richard Branson’s autobiography.

 

Carnegie, A. (2006): The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, Filiquarian Publishing.  The memoirs of Andrew Carnegie.

 

Chernow, R. (2004): Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Vintage Books.  Insightful book into the success of John D. Rockefeller.

 

Dyson, J (2000), Against the Odds, Texere Paperbacks. Autobiography of the inventor and entrepreneur James Dyson to creator of Dyson vacuum cleaners.

Getty, J P. (2003), As I See it: The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty, J. Paul Getty Museum. Autobiography of one of the worlds richest men.

Price, D. A. (2008): The Pixar Touch: The Making of a Company, Knopf Publishing Group. The story of the Pixar Studios.

 

Roddick, A. (2005): Business as Usual: My Entrepreneurial Journey – Profits with Principles, Anita Roddick Books. Book by Anita Roddick, founder of the Body Shop.

 

Schultz, H. (1998): Pour your Heart into it: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time, Hyperion. Story of the development and growth of Starbucks.

 

Vise, D. A. (2006): The Google Story, Pan Books. A definitive account of the development and growth of Google.

 

Young, J. S. and Simon, W. L. (2005): Icon Steve Jobs: The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business, John Wiley and Sons.  A story about the personalities behind the facts.

 

Yunus, M (2003), Banker to the Poor, Aurum. Autobiography of Mohammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank, a system of micro-credit system which has now spread to around 60 different countries.

 

Journals

The following journals will have useful articles that can be used in your essay:

 

International Small Business Journal

Journal of Business Venturing

Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development

Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

 

 

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 június 21. (szerda) 21:02

Seattle- Accelerating Social Transformation Event

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Accelerating Social Transformation

Three Day Professional Development Institute

September 10-13, 2017

 

This exciting new institute Accelerating Social Transformation will explore the changing dynamics of social investments and provide insights to create the next wave of innovation and progress. It is geared toward professionals from across the business, foundation, non-profit, and international development community, this institute is designed to help the participants think broader and deeper by learning from leading organizations and experts on effectively adapting to change and accelerating social transformation.

In this Institute, you will:

  • Understand how a new set of funders and funding instruments are creating new opportunities for social investments and mobilizing people.
  • Explore the evolving intersection of technology, creativity and social impact.
  • Determine impact, take risks, and scale projects.
  • Design innovative solutions combining technology and policy for maximum impact.

The three days includes exclusive conversations and insights and tours with senior leadership at:

  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation sharing their work on Financial Services for the Poor and Global Challenges.
  • Global Good, a visionary organization established by Bill Gates and Nathan Myhrvold that through innovation and inventions is deploying commercially-viable technologies that improve life in low-resource countries.
  • Microsoft where technologists are understanding how new technologies such as AI, VR and AR will impact societies in low-resource communities, including a tour of the Envisioning Center showcasing cutting edge technology in future homes and offices.
  • Seattle Foundation, to understand innovative approaches to philanthropic solutions with a conversation around the launch of the Giving Compass a joint effort with the Raikes Foundation that is organizing the world’s information to make it easier to give well.
  • Tableau in partnership with PATH is working to eliminate malaria in Zambia, and understand how data and data insights can lead to effective interventions in complex situations.
  • Participants also will benefit from the rich social innovation network of the Pacific Northwest by participating in shared activities, networking opportunities, and capacity-building exercises. Over the three-day program, participants will be exposed to innovative thinking by faculty from the University of Washington and interact with leading social innovation practitioners in the Seattle area.

Ready for a new adventure? Come to Seattle and benefit from the rich social innovation network of the Pacific Northwest by participating in shared activities, networking opportunities, and capacity-building exercises.

Who Should Attend?

Accelerating Social Transformation is designed for mid-career professionals working in or contemplating a switch to the social development space. We invite you to be a part of this novel approach to professional development training and join a select group of participants from across the non-profit, foundation, development, and business communities.

 

Participants will receive a certificate on Social Innovation and become part of a network of social innovators and receive ongoing online information.

Leadership

The Institute is offered through The School of Business at the University of Washington, Bothell, and the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy & Governance The program is curated and facilitated by Dr. Akhtar Badshah a globally-recognized expert on philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, social investments, and international development.

 

Those with vision, insight, and understanding will create the next wave of innovation and progress to bring about positive change for the most vulnerable people in our society.

For more information contact Ez az email cím védett a spam robotoktól, a megtekintéséhez engedélyezni kell a Javascriptet.

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http://www.uwb.edu/business/executive/accelerating-social-transformation

JOIN US IN SEPTEMBER!

September 10-13, 2017

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 június 21. (szerda) 20:22

Migrációs Egészség Csoport és a Bevándorlási Hivatal

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Június 21. Pécs-HLMDI

A Bevándorlási és Migrációs Hivatalnál 2017-ben intézményesített és rendszeres együttműködés kialakításának fontossága külön figyelmet kapott a stratégiai bizottsági ülésen ezen a héten.

További információ:

http://aok.pte.hu/hu/hirek/fotema/9331

 

Műveleti Medicina Tanszék Migrációs-egészségügyi csapata látogatást tett a Bevándorlási és Migrációs Hivatal Befogadó Állomásán

A PTE ÁOK Műveleti Medicina Tanszék Migrációs-egészségügyi csapata látogatást tett Vámosszabadiban a Bevándorlási és Migrációs Hivatal által fenntartott Befogadó Állomáson. A program a 2008-2009-ben végzett nemzetközi PHBLM projekt már második alkalommal történő magyarországi utánkövetését jelenti.

Az intézmény vezetőjével, orvosi csapatával és az ott dolgozó szociális munkás személyzettel folytattunk egyeztetést, valamint kérdőíveket osztottunk szét és töltettünk ki a dolgozókkal, amely a munkahelyi egészségügyi kockázatokat, migrációs - egészségüggyel kapcsolatos képzéseket és tudatosságot, emberkereskedelem áldozatainak azonosítását, a dolgozók egészségi állapotát, és a munkavégzésükkel felmerülő igényeket hivatott felmérni. Ezenkívül a helyi orvosi szolgáltatóval megegyeztünk arról, hogy a saját adatbázisukból megkapunk egy anonim változatot, amelyet kutatási célokra használhatunk fel.

Vámosszabadiban jelenleg 45 fő elismert menekült, illetve oltalomban részesülő státuszú migráns lakik egy szabad ki és bejárást biztosító táborban, ám ez a szám a krízis idején elérte az 1300 fő körüli létszámot is a 200 fő befogadására alkalmas intézményben. Ebből következik, hogy bár jelenleg kevés bentlakó él Vámosszabadiban, nagy mennyiségű adat halmozódott fel, amelyet a PTE ÁOK migációs-egészségügyi csoportja fog feldogozni, és összevetni a korábban már összegyűjtött és publikált adatokkal.

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 június 21. (szerda) 19:57

Videoconferencing and transnational integration

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embracing videoconferencing for pre-migration integration

June 21-This week in the inter -committees meeting on Knowledge Management decisions were made regarding the promotion of videoconferencing between the Africa,Central Asia and Americas platforms

The committees reflected on the advantages at the level of "capacity building programs", Innovation Co-creation Platforms and Transformational Think Tanks

The tool was taken as an important facilitator for the recently proposed project for the design and development of pre-migration capacity building and co-creation programs by the strategic planning committee  .

See also

IUP BUSINESS STUDENTS GO ABROAD, VIRTUALLY

Posted on 4/15/2016 1:07:55 PM

Students in John Lipinski’s Introduction to Entrepreneurship class regularly link up with classmates over 4,000 miles away. Along with Kia Golesorkhi from the University of Pecs in Pecs, Hungary, the two professors link their classes to deliver joint lectures, share guest speakers, and encourage student interaction.

Dr. Kia Golesorkhi, University of Pecs, HungaryTo help solidify the link, last year Lipinski journeyed to Pecs on a faculty exchange to deliver a live lecture to the Hungarian students, and this year Golesorkhi returned the favor and visited with our students live in Indiana. In this day and age of ever-growing globalization, both professors agree that this adds a unique dimension to the course and exposes students to an international perspective that a news video, article, or simple lecture aboutwhat is happening abroad cannot convey.

Ryan Greene, a student in Lipinski’s class, commented on Golesorkhi’s visit: “Dr. Golesorkhi is a great, well-spoken individual that helped us learn more about his country and culture. He also brought great opportunities for our students here in the states with his Gyroscopic Management Program happening this summer in Pecs. Aside from the opportunities he brought, he also gave great insight on the type of economy he has in his culture compared to our economy in the States.”

Lipinski and Golesorkhi have been using teleconference technology to link their courses for the past three years. It was an evolution of Lipinski’s idea that, given modern telecommunications, there has to be a way to link students from around the world, in real time. International students and students in exchange programs add a lot to the educational experience of students when they take the time to get to know the students visiting their country. Lipinski also believes that studying abroad can be a transformative experience for students. However, even when exchange students are present, often students miss the opportunity to form relationships. Nationally, only about 1 percent of U.S. college students have the opportunity to study abroad. Using teleconference technology, the goal of the experiment was to create a Virtual Study Abroad program—even if it was only for one course.

Lipinski has seen an impact, indicating that “students quickly see that their Hungarian counterparts are learning the same core business concepts that are taught in the U.S. They are every bit as capable as a U.S.-educated student and view the world economy as a global opportunity. It really solidifies the concept to our students that they have global competition. The technology also exposes students to the idea that business goes on real time around the globe.”

Students in Indiana are in a late morning class and the Hungarians are in an evening class. Lipinski commented that during his corporate days, it was not uncommon to have virtual meetings across four continents simultaneously—with some participants joining around midnight their time. “It is the way that business is done in the 21st century.”

Hillary Creely, IUP’s assistant dean for Research, was invited to deliver a guest lecture to the classes. Her professional background and responsibilities at the university include intellectual property, patent law, and technology transfer. Golesorkhi commented that her real-world experience and knowledge of technology transfer (a major program direction at the University of Pecs) were not only valuable to the students, but valuable for him. Including experts such as this add a unique dimension to both classes. Creely commented that it was a wonderful experience to be able to speak with students in the U.S. and Hungary simultaneously about intellectual property law, adding that, “the students were so insightful, I’m excited to see how they use IUP to further their entrepreneurial plans.”

In another example, John O’Connor, IUP class of ’91 and founding team member of the Budapest Business Journal (the premier business magazine in Hungary), joined the class later in the semester for his second visit and talked about how his experience at IUP led him to pursue this global opportunity, and how his formative experiences in Hungary led to his continued professional success, his entrepreneurial spirit, and his success in running his own business today.

The classes are not without their challenges. On occasion, the videoconference equipment does not cooperate and the classes are not as seamless as the professors would like. There are other challenges like linking academic calendars (Hungary does not start their spring semester until February, and both schools observe different weeks for spring break), and the U.S. and Europe throw a wrench into the system as daylight savings time shifts the meeting time by one hour for three weeks. However, the professors have been able to link up and share nine to 10 lectures each year. Both professors agree that this is something that they want to refine and continue to offer for years to come

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 

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