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Expected impact

Short term impact

Target group(s) and/or sectors

The foreseen impact is in concordance with needs addressed by the project, proposed aims and objectives and in accordance to innovative results.

A. TARGET GROUPS (orthopedists and biomedical engineers)

- increasing the level of knowledge and skills by new training content and curriculum elaborated by professional educational institutions with regard to the existing needs

- increasing employability for engineers

- increasing mobility within Europe by offering a learning content and curricula on EU level

- increasing the possibility to work in research

- possibility of improving skills and knowledge of the medical and technical employees by keeping informed on interdisciplinary issues (as end users); updating information on EU dimension

B. TARGET SECTORS (health, biomedical technologies, higher education)

- improving of technical and medical education and specialization among target groups (interdisciplinary)

- increasing of quality of medical service.

- the HPL framework provides a method for designing instruction that increases student innovation in bioengineering.

- learning technology can enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of HPL challenge based learning


Geographical areas (local, regional, national and/or European)


The interactive cooperation between medical and bioengineering teaching units from Romania and abroad, finalized by elaboration of final products as new modules of formation, new methods of formation (interactive learning by open distance system) will improve the practices on national level, creating the basis of a new approach of maintaining and keeping the health level.


Offering a development and updating of competences on EU level.


Long term impact

Target group(s) and/or sectors


- Providing easy usable teaching and a learning tool suitable for lifelong learning.

- Applying new gained knowledge on people with orthopedic pathologies will have direct results in dynamic data acquiring and analysis to monitor post-surgery evolution and rehabilitation process from an interdisciplinary approach.

- For biomedical engineering and medical doctors, development of new applications in research.


- Filling the gap between medical and technical sector in diagnosis and treatment.

- Enabling the medicine services to become more qualitative through increasing efficiency, through using best European practice.

- Offering of additional opportunities for non-formal learning.

- Achieving long term impact by continuation of the partnership work on other projects and by implementing the project outcomes into other sectors and/or countries.

Geographical areas (local, regional, national and/or European)

A. National

- Improve VET system, oriented to bioengineering in partner countries;

- Contributing to the VET in medicine sector;

- Using experience and consultation from other EU countries.


- Offering an EU dimension and helping the harmonization in higher education;

- Offering innovative solutions to identified crisis in Engineering Education;

- Encouraging dialogue between medical and technical specialists from different EU countries;

- Improving the access to continuing vocational training and lifelong acquisition of competences for all European countries by using best technologies (web, e-learning) and access for all persons interested in this specific field, will lead to equal chances, contributing to combating all forms of discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation (horizontal issues).

* This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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