Program KI's Educational congress 2022

This year, the Educational congress will explore how personal, professional and institutional approaches to continuous learning in higher education can be the driving forces towards sustainable education and research. Welcome to listen to keynote speakers, colleagues and share experiences in workshops.

Educational congress 2022.
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Educational congress 28-29th of September 2022

The Educational congress aims to promote collaborative excellence between educators across our campuses and clinics, and across disciplines and professions. This by showcasing good practices, promoting educational quality, and discussing evolving trends in medical education.

Program and speakers

We are looking forward to welcoming a wide range of speakers. We will update the list of speakers once the program is confirmed.

Keynote speaker

We are very happy to announce that Anu Kajamaa, Professor of Education (Continuous Learning) at University of Oulu (Finland), will join KI's Educational congress.

Anu Kajamaa (PhD), Professor of Education (Continuous Learning), University of Oulu, Finland.
Anu Kajamaa (PhD), Professor of Education (Continuous Learning), University of Oulu, Finland. Photo: N/A.

Anu Kajamaa

Anu Kajamaa (PhD) is Professor of Education (Continuous Learning), in the Faculty of Education, University of Oulu, Finland. She is also a Research Director at the University of Helsinki, and an Honorary Professor in the College of Social Sciences and International Studies, at the University of Exeter, UK.

Her research focuses on collective and continuous learning, organization and management, creativity, change and development via interprofessional working and formative interventions. She draws from cultural-historical activity theory and sociocultural approaches, and has conducted numerous intervention projects in schools, health care, teacher education, prison services, and entrepreneurship contexts. 

She has had over 90 publications accepted and has received several international awards for her research and teaching. For example, she was a co-editor of the “How to…” series in the Clinical Teacher Journal, with eleven articles introducing qualitative research methods. Anu Kajamaa, University of Helsinki

Call for abstracts

An important part of the Educational Congress is to be able to share your experiences and create a dialogue, and for participants to get inspired and partake in the conversation. Call for abstracts is open until the 6th of June.