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Der Beitrag analysiert das breite Echo, dass das Mauerfall-Jubiläum in der französischen Presse fand. Es handelt sich um eine Untersuchung von über hundert Artikeln, die in Frankreich um den 9. November in den, laut Auflistung der ACPM, bedeutendsten Tages- und Wochenzeitungen erschienen. Die herausgearbeiteten Thematiken behandeln die Darstellung und Interpretation des historischen Ereignisses in Frankreich, die Frage nach der Erinnerung und Vergangenheitsbewältigung der DDR, die veränderte Erinnerungsperspektive anlässlich des 30. Jahrestags, die Bedeutung des Mauerfalls für die heutige Disparität zwischen dem Osten und dem Westen Deutschlands, den Zusammenhang zwischen 1989 und der europäischen Entwicklung und die Debatte über das Ende der Geschichte und der Ideologien. Die Untersuchung der französischen Presse zeigt die fortdauernde Bedeutung des Mauerfalls in den Debatten über Deutschland und Europa, wobei sich der Blick nunmehr auf das Ereignis außerhalb der deutschen Grenzen richtet, so dass sich das jetzige Mauerfall-Gedenken von der vorherigen Euphorie unterscheidet.

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The University Osnabrück and the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück and regional partners recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Healthcare Campus. The aim of the Healthcare Campus is to develop innovative concepts for delivering patient care in the Osnabrück region. It brings together academia, networks, enterprises, healthcare providers and local authorities. Financed by the State of Lower Saxony, the project „The Learning Healthcare System in the Region Osnabrück Emsland (ROSE)” is a central activity within the Healthcare Campus. This project makes use of the learning paradigm. Providing feedback is the driving mechanism to achieve progress. Research provides the feedback to the healthcare providers and local authorities, in order to optimise the current practice in urban and rural areas of the region. The feedback mechanism is based on data from practice, which play the central role in turning evidence-based-practice into practice-based-evidence and putting translation at the start, not at the end of the project. Both universities coordinate their activities within the ROSE project to attain the goals of the Healthcare Campus Osnabrück. The model with five measures for the implementation is presented. It builds upon the wealth of existing bachelor and masters programs in healthcare and unites research, PhD programs and translation of scientific results into practice.

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The health care sector is facing many aspects of transformation. One aspect amongst others herein is an alteration of qualification profiles. Universities have to focus on both aspects determining future qualification profiles and increasing permeability between educational systems in a sense of optimally intermeshing competences that have been acquired at universities and those that have been acquired outside of them. This leads to the question how to create university certificate programs that offers two aspects: academic qualification on the one hand and on the other hand a possibility to identify, evaluate and certify non-formally and informally acquired competences of participating students. The ultimate goal is to identify and evaluate a person´s overall competence in a clearly defined thematic context, whereat competences that have been acquired outside universities will play an important role. Competences that have been certified by these academic programs may be used later for crediting purposes. In this report an initial prototype is being presented. It defines itself mainly as additional novel way of discussing crediting concepts.