Tampere 2008

 

Programme
of the 6th Congress of HOPE on Hospital
Education

Facing Reality and Dreams

June 4-7, 2008 in Tampere, Finland

 

Wednesday
June 4, 2008

10.00-16.00
Hospital school visits and hospital visits (Koivikkopuisto school and
Paediatric and Child Psychiatric Units of Tampere University Hospital,
Pitkäniemi hospital school for Adolescents and a presentation of the
Psychiatric Adolescent Unit).

10.00-18.00
Registration open at Tampere Hall

Yliopistonkatu
55 Tampere

17.30-17.50
Opening of Photo Exhibition “Mum who will be my night nurse”

–A Story of Roosa who underwent cancer treatment

by Kimmo Räisänen, press photographer, teacher of photography

Winter garden (Talvipuutarha) in Tampere Hall

19.00-20.30
City Reception in Raatihuone (City Hall)
http://www.tampere.fi/sanoinjakuvin/rakennukset/raatihuone/index.html

Keskustori (Central Square)

 

Thursday
June 5, 2008

8.00
Registration at Tampere Hall

9.00
Opening of the Congress

Welcome
Riitta Launis

Head of the Organisation Committee of the Congress

Welcome
Gerd Falk-Schalk

President of HOPE

Opening speech
Tuula Tamminen, MD

Professor
of Child Psychiatry, University of Tampere
Chief Medical Head of Child Psychiatric Department, Tampere University Hospital
President of World Association for Infant Mental Health
President of European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

9.45-10.30
Finnish Education System – Quality Instruction, Individual Support, Successful
Learning

Irmeli Halinen, Head of
Preschool and Basic Education, Councellor of Education

Finnish
National Board of Education Helsinki

10.30-11.00
What do we know about the learning of the child with cancer?

Päivi Lähteenmäki, MD

Turku
University Hospital

11.00-11.30
Coffee and Tea

11.30-12.10
Children’s understanding of illness –towards a bioecological model

Michele
Capurso, Dipartimento di Scienze Umane e della
Formazione,

University
of Perugia, Italy

Member
of HOPE board

12.10-12.40
Art Arc Children’s own art

Art in hospital education supporting the healing process of the child

Producer
Sanni Hokkanen Tampere City

Principal,
MA Riitta Launis Koivikkopuiston koulu Tampere


12.40-13.00
Outdoor Adventure Learning and Transfer in the Hospital school Learning

Seppo
Karppinen, PhD, Oulu

13.00-13.45
Lunch

Session
1

13.45-22.00

Workshop 1

Outdoor adventure to Tuutiman korsu and Birgitta´s Path at Lempäälä (about
half an hour´s trip from Tampere) at 13.45 – 22.00 Departure at 13.45 in front
of Tampere Hall
Workshop leaders: Seppo Karppinen, Ville Turunen

A field trip to Finnish forest on a lakeside
Please NOTE that the workshop is also AN EXCURSION!

14.00-17.00

Workshop 2

Circus as a means of supporting the healing process of the child
at Children´s Circus School, Sori Circus Arena
Address: Ahlmanintie 63, Tampere
At 14 -17 ( transportation 14.00 from Tampere Hall and return at 17.00) (max 20 participants)
Workshop leaders: two leaders from Sori Circus
Circus tricks are practised in the workshop.

13.45-15.15
Workshop 3 Opus 3

Art in hospital school – presentation of the art with adolescents in Kalliomaa school in Tuusula Finland, Marjatta Lunnas, Tuija Siitonen and Tuija Savolainen

13.45-15.15
Workshop 4 Opus 4

Towards A Comprehensive Approach to Health and Education for Pupils with Cancer.
Gerd Falk- Schalk Uppsala Sweden

From Hospital Teacher to Coach
Christine Walser Zürich Switzerland

Children with Sickle Cell Anemia as a problem for the educational policies in Brazil
Alessandra Barros Salvador Bahia
Brazil

13.45-15.15
Workshop 5 Opus 2

Ensuring the unbroken school path for every child with health care needs: A New Zealand experience
Chris Parsons Christchurch
New Zealand

Solas – an interactive community for children with cancer
Paula Hicks Dublin
Ireland

13.45-15.15
Poster presentation in the hall

Zur
schulischen Integration nach Schädel Hirn
Verletzungen
. (Return to school after brain injuries – Abstract)

Uwe Linneweber Klinik für
Neurochirurgische und
Neurologische Rehabilitation Holthausen
Deutschland

 

15.15-15.45
Coffee and Tea

Session
2

15.45-17.00
Workshop 6 Opus 2

Desphotos pour penser l´énvironnement Elisabeth Cauchon Paris France

Workshop of HOPE

15.45-17.00
Workshop 7 Opus 3

Schulbesuche – Brücken ins Leben Werner Häcker Tübingen Deutschland

Beratung für Schüler/innen mit chronisch-somatischen Erkrankungen für ihre Eltern und Lehrer/innen als Aufgabe der Klinikschule Michael Klemm
Tübingen Deutschland

15.45-17.00
Workshop 8 Opus 4

Relating an experience of teaching hospitalized children in a country of Sout hAmerica Maria C. R. Silva Salvador Bahia
Brazil

Help us dry the tears – education for all/St Faustina Educational Centre
Mihai Benchea Bucharest Romania

Posters
in the hall

Teaching music Jonas Linge Uppsala Sweden

Excursions in Tampere and/or outside of Tampere

 

17.15-19.15

Meeting of the Committee members of HOPE in Koivikkopuisto school (Departure at
17.05 in front of Tampere Hall)

Workshops
for HOPE Committee
Convenor: Gerd Falk-Schalk, Secretary Paula Hicks

Strengthening the rights to education for the sick child/youth in
hospital or at home
Work on a common strategy
Panel, Gerd Falk-Schalk, Mojca Topic

The stand of hospital education
A comparative study of the education of children and youth with medical needs
in Europe
Panel, Michel Kleuters.

Contributions towards developing a curriculum for hospital teachers
Panel, Maria Schmidt, Michele Capurso.

Excursion
for Committee members. Departure after the meeting at 19.15.
http://www.facingrealityanddreams.info/infoCommittee.php

 

Friday
June 6, 2008

8.30-10.00
Across the world – perspectives and views around the world about The child,
the teacher and the family coping with illness and crises

Une évolution possible pour l’enseignement hospitalier : le centre scolaire de jour
Pascale Geubel Bruxelles Belgique

Education at children’s homes
Zorica Maric Belgrade Republic of Serbia

The hospital based education in Brazil
Eneida Simões da Fonseca Rio de Janeiro Brazil

LIVE – from project to practice
Richard Winder Auckland New Zealand

10.00-11.00
Finding genes in common disorders – what’s there for the future?

Juha
Kere, MD, PhD

Professor
of Molecular Genetics

Director,
Mutation Analysis Core Facility, Clinical Research Centre

Scientific
Director, KI Biobank, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm,
Sweden

Department
of Biosciences and Nutrition

Member
of the Nobel Assembly for the Prize in Physiology and
Medicine

11.00-11.15
Tea and Coffee

11.15-11.45
Education as a Partner of Mental Health Services across Europe – a Clinician’s
experience

Tanveer
Sandhu,
Consultant
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Paediatrician Birmingham Children Hospital
NHS Trust CAMHS UK and Department of Child Psychiatry Tampere University
Hospital

11.45-12.30
Developing Hospital education in Finland

Pirjo
Tilus Principal Jyväskylä hospital school, Jyväskylä

12.30-13.30
Lunch break

Session
3

13.30-16.30
Workshop 9

Living Workshop – making art by the method learning by doing Nina Lindberg, Klas Brunnander, Ronny Nordenjack Linköping Sweden
Address Koivikkopuisto school
Q 2 Teiskontie 35 Tampere

13.30-15.00
Workshop 10 Opus 2

Inpatient
Education in Australia for Adolescents with Psychiatric
Illness
Kevin Rodgers and Debbie Rankin
Brisbane Australia


13.30-15.00
Workshop 11 Opus 4

L’école
à l’hôpital psychiatrique Dominique Brodkom Belgique
Dispositifs pédagogiques et institutions psychiatriques Válerie Martin
Bruxelles Belgique

Pour une pédagogie du journal scolaire hospitalier Francois Destryker
Bruxelles Belgique

13.30-15.00
Workshop 12 Opus 3

Quality Assurance: A Method to Control Teaching in Hospital Schools Agneta
Grunditz Malmo, Sweden

Using Classmate PC:s with medical needs: a pilot project in progress Marianthi
Papadimitriou Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

 

13.30-15.00
Presentations in Auditorium

Why the hospital school is needed for reality and dreams of children and young people
(about the competences of hospital teachers) Tanja Becan Ljubljana Slovenia

The professional profile for hospital teachers
Michel Kleuters and Otto Mourik The Netherlands

TIMSIS – European project on web based information material
focusing on the re-integration of severely or chronically ill pupils into
their home schools. It is the aim to facilitate the ill pupils’ way back to
normalcy. Wolfgang Langer Ludwigsburg
Germany

15.00-15.30
Tea and coffee

 

Session
4

15.30-17.00
Workshop 13
Opus 4

Before, during and after hospital school – supporting the unbroken school path of the adolescents in Kalliomaa school in Tuusula Finland
Mika Saatsi and Tuija Siiitonen

Creative Thinking – workshop based activity
Marie Sherlock, Maria Marinho and Joanna Eaves and Janette Steel Chelsea
Hospital School London UK

15.30-17.00
Workshop of HOPE Opus 2

Development
of web-based material about children’s diseases and teaching – see

www.hospitalteachers.eu/timsis
Ulrike
Steiger and Wolfgang Langer Ludwigsburg Germany

15.30-17.00
Presentations in Auditorium

Hospital education: A study about thought of hospitalized adolescents with chronic illness about hospital teacher work
Christina Bressaglia Lucon Salvador Bahia Brazil

More space to rationality or feeling while teaching to terminal children?
Annalisaand Simonetta Cogliati Dezza

Does school raise neutrophils? Impact of the hospital environment on behavior and experience in learning and teaching

Antonella Zampano –
2nd Comprehensiv Institute of Padua – Secondary Level School “G. Mameli”- Pediatric Division

17.15-18.45
General Assembly of HOPE

  1. Party
    in Vapriikki
    http://www.tampere.fi/english/vapriikki/index.html

Saturday
June 7, 2008

Session
5

8.15-10.00
Workshop 14 Opus 4

National ICT-project Ziezon in the Netherlands Berry Dekkers Utrecht The
Netherlands

Our experiences with a Digital Blue Camera Vanja Kiswarday Ljubljana
Slovenia

8.15-10.00
Workshop 15 Opus 3

The therapeutic value of drawing music and conversation
Jasmina Milinov Belgrade Republic of Serbia

Artistic expression
Aleksic Zoran Belgrade Republic of Serbia

Hospitalized children express themselves in their own magazine
Miroslava Nedeljkovic Belgrade Republic of Serbia

8.20-10.00
Presentations in Auditorium

Virtual Art – A Healing Tool for Adolescents with Mental Health Issues
Kev Rogders and Debbie Rankin Brisbane Australia

Cooperation between the hospital teacher and the consultant nurse in paediatric oncology
Elisabeth Karelid Linköping Sweden

Ho
w to support children and youngsters with cancer

Peer support person Päivi Sormunen

The guide for teachers about the cancer children published by SYLVA,
Finnish Association for Children with Cancer Executive Director Leena
Vasankari-Väyrynen Helsinki and hospital teacher Annukka Raevuori
Koivikkopuisto school Tampere

10.00-10.45
Reports from workshops

10.45-11.30
Art making reality into dreams

11.30-12.00
Tea and coffee

12.00-13.00
Closing ceremony

 

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