Category: Master Telemedicine and E-health
10 Tips for how to work from home coronavirus – covid-19
I had the opportunity to work from more 10 years, I have learned so far:
- Need to have a discipline, and behave exactly the same way when you will be working: Get Dress!
- Working desk, if you do not have a spare room try use a room suitable for working your computer.
- Working hours, try to respect your starting time to work as your normal starting at office.. Your colleagues or customers may want to contact you.
- Break. Try to respect the break time – if possible let your colleague know that you are break – Status – Appear way or Right back for example Microsoft Teams.
- Videoconferencing. If you are going have an important video-conference online, by Zoom or Team -Let the rest of member of your home to know – Add sign on door for example – Keep calm – please to not disturb – I’m busy.
- Avoid if is possible call your colleagues instead to send emails, as you were at office: Phone call, again call call by Internet.
- Try to avoid your stress due to your work to affect the rest of the member of family.
- Time to go bed. Try respect the time used to go bed. You a good sleep.
- Be serious, you are working from: You are not on holiday or bank holiday avoid distraction – Avoid TV, gaming or watching movies
- Changing hours. If you need a day off, like if you were working at office. Again, let your direct manager to know or apply and wait to be approved. You need communicate to your direct manager if you are going be way for urgency. You must to sincere and honest.
Telemedicine and E-health – master for UiT, Norges Arktiske Universitet
Become a sought-after Adviser in Health Services? The Master’s program in Telemedicine and E-health prepares students for challenging careers in health sectors and organizations as well as research and teaching in academic institutions.
|Qualification:||Master’s of Science in Telemedicine and E-health|
|Admission requirements:||Bachelor’s degree or equivalent|
|Application deadline:||April 15th|
The two-year Master’s program in Telemedicine and E-health provides insight into the design, application and implementation of modern technology to public healthcare services.
The Master’s program is a collaboration between the University of Tromsø and the Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine (NST), which is internationally recognized for its expertise in telemedicine and e-health. Students will have the opportunities to develop professional cooperation with the Centre (NST). As one of the most internationally renowned Telemedicine research centres in the world, the Norwegian Centre for Integrated Care and Telemedicine offers a stimulating research and learning environment for students in the Master’s program.
During the first year, students are required to finish all the mandatory courses. Both the theoretical and methodological dimensions of the program will be covered. The second year focuses mainly on the student’s individual research project and the write-up of the Master’s Thesis.
Two streams are offered: Health and Technology