This game is ideal for those working in the medical professions in Germany or planning to do so. They will reflect and learn facts, values and behaviors of patients and staff. The game provides a solid basis for successful interaction with patients and staff in Germany. Equally, patients who plan a longer stay in Germany will find in it useful preparation for understanding the German healthcare system.
Cornelia Walter was born in Kathmandu/Nepal and has lived and worked in Australia, Dubai, Qatar and Kuwait. Today she lives in Germany. After completing a degree as teacher for mathematics, English and geography, Cornelia Walter achieved a diploma in Nursing Management and a Master in Business Administration. Additionally, she holds certificates in Change Management and Mediation. Cornelia Walter’s interests lie in Organizational Behavior in health care - especially the occupational integration of nurses and doctors in the German healthcare, and the benefits of diverse teams in hospitals. Cornelia Walter works as a hospital consultant, trainer and mediator in Stuttgart/Germany. Her working experience includes teaching German as a foreign language, teaching health care topics, developing hospital staff and planning projects. She also established and led the Stuttgart Medical School, an institute for training and development of international nurses and doctors.
Dr. Zeina Matar is an intercultural business consultant headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. She is an expert in Middle Eastern cultural issues and lectures at several colleges and universities on Arab and Islamic Culture. She is also active in exploring the roles of women in these cultures and is a consultant in research projects involving Germany and the Middle East. She works in Arabic, English, French and German.