A part of the swedish RR-team participated at the science week in Burra, where the Recruit and Retain – Making it Work project was on the agenda. Watch the movie:
The Recruit and Retain crew from Sweden recently participated in Burra Science Week. Burra is a small town 150 km north of Adelaide, and at the Science Week we had the pleasure to meet researchers from Australia, New Zeeland and Canada. Our researcher Simon Näverlo talked about virtual healthrooms, and Peter Berggren had a session […]
Akureyri Hospital has an action plan in place which focuses on improving medical staffing. The aim is to add seven permanent medical specialists by the end of 2017 and another 10 by the end of 2021. Our ways in order to reach the goals include the following: Periodic promotional activities for medical students in the […]
During 15. – 16. November 2016 representatives from 14 NPA projects in Iceland had a meeting in Borgarfjörður with the aim to get together, introduce their projects and gain insight into other NPA participation in Iceland. The Making it Work project was presented by Hildigunnur Svavarsdottir, project manager for this project where she introduced achievements […]
Watch the video from the meeting in Tromso, Norway.
In Akureyri, Iceland, Recruit and Retain – Making it Work has provided a new opportunity to enhance the cooperation between the hospital and the community when it comes to recruiting people. Recently this model was tried when an interested doctor, together with his family, had an informal meeting with personnel from the municipality. The purpose of […]
The first steering committee meeting of Canada’s MIW Project Steering committee was held this week, and included delegates from the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (www.nosm.ca), the Government of Nunavut (www.gov.nu.ca), Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (www.tunngavik.com), and Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre (www.qhrc.ca) In Canada, the “Making it Work” project will be led by the Northern Ontario […]