ACTIVATE at the BMBF networking meeting

The final meeting of the BMBF funding projects Human-Technology Interaction (MTI) took place in Berlin on December 12 under the motto "Innovations in intensive care and palliative care" as part of the high-tech strategy of the German government.

Prof. Katrin Balzer (ISE) was invited for the keynote and reported on current methods and trends in nursing research. The project team from the BMBF project ACTIVATE (IMIS, ISE, ITM and UKSH, as well as Rehavista from Bremen) developed methodological approaches in interdisciplinary research projects in nursing for the transition from research to practice in four workshops.


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