9 Dec 2020 9:00 AM

JAMK Talks Health: Digital Rehabilitation

The webinar is part of our free webinar series “JAMK Talks Health”, where each time one of our experts delivers a 30-minute lecture on a current topic from the field of health care

Time: 9 Dec 2020 9:00 AM
Language: Finnish

JAMK warmly invites You to attend the online webinar “Digital Rehabilitation” on December 9, 2020 at 09:00 am Helsinki time (UTC/GMT +2 hours)!

The webinar will be organized in English via Zoom (no interpretation). The number of participants is limited, so make sure to register early! Registered participants will receive the link and instructions for joining the webinar on 8 December 2020. The total runtime of the webinar is approximately 1 hour, see below for the preliminary program:

8:30                  Webinar link will open

9:00                  Welcome and instructions for participants

9:15                  Lecture “Digital Rehabilitation”, Kari-Pekka Murtonen, JAMK University of Applied Sciences                        

9:45                  Q&A

9:55                  Closing words

This time, our theme is “Digital Rehabilitation”. The lecture will be delivered by Specialist Kari-Pekka Murtonen, who has degrees in global and public health and physiotherapy. He works as a multidisciplinary rehabilitation specialist at JAMK and has acquired extensive international health and multidisciplinary rehabilitation expertise, including project management experience from around 20 countries in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, Mr. Murtonen has extensive experience from project cycle management and knowledge from inclusive development, human centered design, digital health and rehabilitation, and innovation ecosystems. Presently he is leading several initiatives related to the use of digital rehabilitation, including the use of emerging technologies, in different contexts globally.

The webinar is mainly targeted at rehabilitation professionals and teachers as well as other health care professionals such as nursing teachers who might have the need to include rehabilitation aspects into their work. You can register to the webinar until 7 December 2020 (or until the maximum number of participants is reached):