Tools for wellbeing and dignity I - Curriculum for multi-professional cooperation in nursing, social work and microbiology -publication presents the curriculum developed in the DVINE project.
Peoples´ ability to cooperate with each other is a crucial skill and precondition for their thriving and wellbeing. People´s wellbeing necessitates that humans are approached as integrated human beings and not as loose mixes of bodily, medical, social and other elements. Enhancing people´s wellbeing thus requires cooperation and a holistic approach.
This curriculum for multi-professional cooperation in nursing, social work and microbiology offers descriptions of content, pedagogical principles and teaching methods that can be used while teaching students to support peoples´ wellbeing holistically.
The curriculum is divided into six study units addressing diverse aspects of professional health and social work education at university level. It was originally designed for the needs of Nepalese and Vietnamese professional education, but it may well offer ideas and content in other countries as well.
The curriculum may be implemented in its totality, or singular study units may be implemented independently or used as sources of inspiration.