Digga Halland is a collaboration project aiming to develop the digital competence among people working in the healthcare sector. This is necessary in order to provide the care recipients, their relatives and the employees themselves the most benefit possible from using digital services and ways of working.
Through the project, 7 000 employees in Halland get an online course on the foundation of digitalisation. Several municipalities have chosen to appoint representatives or coaches among their employees to drive the process and help with digitalisation.
Digga Halland at Halmstad University (Swedish)
New knowledge of people, technology and society enables the creation of innovative working methods for communication, counselling, examination, treatment and training. Health Lab offers advanced opportunities to train the skills and develop the technology needed in future healthcare.
The lab houses, among other things, the Home of Health (Hälsans hem) – a complete two-bedroom apartment for simulation and practice of professional skills in healthcare. At the Health Lab, you will also find the Health Centre (Hälsocentralen) – a new type of healthcare clinic where researchers and students from the nursing or health education programmes, for example, can develop new forms of reception. The lab is also an environment where innovative solutions for everything from elite athletes to rehabilitation are developed.
Health Lab at Halmstad University