Invivo unlimited / Trummer & Novak-Zezula OG
16.09.2011 - 17.09.2011  Vienna
venue: Haus Wieden, Ziegelofengasse 6a, 1040 Vienna
18.11.2011 - 19.11.2011  Vienna
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Course Content
Providing health care for undocumented migrants challenges practices to manage a paradox opened up by conflicting demands: national regulations often severely restrict access to services, at the same time the right to health care is a fundamental human right. This paradox – if you give care, you act against legal regulations on state level, if you don’t give care you act against fundamental rights obligations – cannot be solved on practice level. It has to be managed.
Learning objectives, training objectives
participants will
• learn about the concept of managing paradox
• learn to recognise paradox situations and their implications
• learn to proactively handle these situations by using appropriate tools
Target Audience
Health and social care workers
Local Organizer
Invivo unlimited
Trainers: Ursula Karl-Trummer and Sonja Novak-Zezula, sociologists and consultants. They work with teams, groups and individuals to foster and enable processes of growth on personal and organisational level.

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Dr. Sonja Novak-Zezula
Health Services, Management for NPOs and NGOs, Public Health, Quality Management, Training for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
German, English
EUR 390,00
Organizer contact info
Palmgasse 10
1150 Vienna
"Going International promotes access to education and training for all regardless of social, geographic and national borders."

European Public Health Association (EUPHA)Österreichisches Rotes KreuzÄrztekammer für WienAnästhesie in Entwicklungsländern e. V.Österreichische Gesellschaft für Public HealthAMREF - African Medical and Research FoundationEuropean Health Forum GasteinHilfswerk Austria