Last week we had the pleasure to welcome the winners of a Career Weekend to our site in Mölndal, Sweden. To win a Career Weekend the students participated in a contest during Next Stop Gothenburg’s visits to different student career fairs around Sweden.
At last years Advancing Continence Care Together (ACCT) symposium it became clear that too little focus is put on bladder and bowel dysfunction. There is a need for more knowledge and we want to make our contribution, so we initiated a second ACCT to continue the discussion!
Wellspect HealthCare has joined Next Stop Gothenburg, a project initiated by the West Swedish Chamber of Commerce aimed to increase the attractiveness of Gothenburg for students at the end of their education. Wellspect will together with other large companies in the region of Gothenburg collaborate to attract talents to Gothenburg and West Sweden at career fairs at universities across Sweden. We would like to establish Gothenburg as an attractive place to relocate after graduation and consider us as an attractive employer when planning their future career.
Thank you for interesting and engaging days at ISCoS in Sydney. We return to the office with fresh ideas, new contacts – and full of inspiration! We say goodbye for this time with some images from Wellspect's activities there.
We are happy to announce that the SCI Nurses Study Grant 2018 goes to Randi Steensgaard and Line Trine Dalsgaard, Denmark, who will study the correlation between bladder emptying methods and UTIs. Congratulations!
Maria Åberg Håkansson, Wellspect, and Debbie Green, SCI Nurses, presented the award winners.