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Early Inclusion
Training and Methods Sharing for Early Inclusion
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MSH  
Partners (institutional) name Medical School Hamburg
Role in the project Operational project partner
Responsible person (for the project) Bettina Lukesch
Address Kaiserkai 1, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
Email
Homepage http://www.medicalschool-hamburg.de
Main activity in the project
Main area of work concerning Early Inclusion The MSH Medical School Hamburg is the first private, state-approved university for health and medicine in Hamburg. 
It was founded in 2009 by the CEO of the university, Ilona Renken-Olthoff, and started its programme in 2010 with six courses at the faculty of health. In 2013 a second faculty (the faculty of human sciences) was founded. As of 2014 the university contains approximately 1.500 students within 11 Bachelor’s and 8 Master’s degree programmes. 

MSH runs diverse scientfic projects within the health and psychosocial area (university ambulance of psychotherapy), focusing on the interdisciplinary exchange of information. 
Already in 2014 MSH organised a symposium together with VIFF-Nord on inclusion.
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