The project "Arbeiten 4.0 - Lern- und Experimentierräume der Digitalisierung in Pflegeberufen" ("Work 4.0 - Learning and Experimental Rooms of Digitisation in Nursing Professions", or "PFL-EX" for short) is intended to inform employees in nursing professions about the potential and general conditions of digitisation in health care and in inpatient and outpatient care ("Learning Rooms") and to give them the opportunity to test and use selected technologies in practical application scenarios (in-house "Experimental Rooms"). TARGET GROUP of the project are thus employees of outpatient and inpatient care facilities. In detail, the project pursues the following objectives: (1) The learning and experimental rooms will familiarise nursing staff with digital technologies. Together, potentials are identified to reduce physical and mental stress at work by using digital technologies. (2) By participating in the selection and introduction of digital technologies by the employees, the technologies are used more effectively and with greater acceptance. (3) As a result of the experimental rooms, digitalisation is experiencing a tangible boost in care facilities. The actors are familiar with success factors and procedures for dealing with new technologies. (4) The potentials of technologies are used for the benefit of nursing staff, patients/patients in need of care and relatives. Burdens in everyday working life are reduced, motivation is promoted and in the long term the attractiveness of both the corresponding training paths and the employers increases.
The knowledge gained in the project will be disseminated through public workshops and conferences.
To the project's website: pfl-ex.de
All funded INQA experimental spaces are linked by the orientation to use the potential of digitisation, to actively shape digital change and to focus on people and their abilities. Further information on the funded projects at www.experimentierräume.de
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