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EduCation on Antimicrobial REsistance for the health workforce
AMR-EDUCare, EduCation on Antimicrobial REsistance for the health workforce, targets the prevention and reduction of antimicrobial resistance (AMR)’s health burden by filling educational gaps on AMR for both clinical and non-clinical health workforce. Southern and Eastern European countries, where the incidence of AMR is highest, are also those where there is a particular deficit in training on AMR prevention. For this reason, the project will target countries in these geographical areas. Through a nimble and relevant educational programme targeting four audiences - doctors, nurses, community pharmacists and health management professionals - the project will equip the health workforce with the necessary knowledge and skills to address AMR in the areas of prescription, waste management and patient empowerment. The training modules developed and delivered will adopt a strong focus on behavioural change and digital health skills for a more resilient and sustainable healthcare sector that improves the patient experience and delivers better health outcomes.
Nepalese Education in E-health - Master
Nepalese Education in E-health - Master (NEEM) targets the shortage of specialists in health information systems in Nepal through establishing two master programmes at Kathmandu University and Pokhara University. Each programme will admit 10 students the first year and expand to 20 over a two years period. The programmes will include a lab where research students will collaborate with the Ministry of Health and other Nepalese organisations on health information systems in Nepal and which be developed into a model for the Provincial Health Information Hubs envisaged by the MoH. The labs will also be used for in-service training of health personnel. The European partners University of Oslo (UiO) and The University Institute of Lisbon have long experience in working with partners in LMICs and Europe on eHealth. The University of Oslo is also involved in projects for course development with partners in India and Africa, and course material developed in these projects will be used as a basis and adapted for Kathmandu and Pokhara universities. Eight lecturers from the Nepalese partners will be funded by the project for PhD education; one at UiO and seven at Indian universities which UiO collaborates with in academic projects in the health information systems area. Eight master students will do exchange visits between Nepal and Europe, and scholarships will be awarded to four female master students in Nepal. Expected impacts are that the master programmes will continue running after project funding ceases, that Kathmandu and Pokhara universities attract collaborative projects in Nepal and internationally, and that master programme graduates gain skills which are useful in their work.
Informação do Projeto
2023-02-01
2026-02-01
Parceiros do Projeto
Acção Humanitária: Mudanças Climáticas e Deslocamentos
HUMACT é um projeto de 3 anos financiado pelo Programa Erasmus + Capacity Building e é coordenado pelo ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa., tendo como parceiros: a Universidade Nacional e Kapodistriana de Atenas, Universidade de Cabo Verde e a Universidade de Santiago, de Cabo Verde e a Universidade Pedagógica, Universidade de Pungué e Universidade de Rovuma, de Moçambique. O principal objetivo do projeto é aumentar a capacidade das instituições de ensino superior na área da Ação Humanitária (AH) em relação a mudanças climáticas e deslocamentos nos países parceiros, especificamente em Cabo Verde e Moçambique, em colaboração com instituições dos países do programa, como Grécia e Portugal.  Os objetivos específicos são:   • Aumentar a resposta do ensino superior no que diz respeito a conteúdos relevantes pra a AH  • Promover a investigação de docentes e alunos relativamente a AH  • Desenvolver as estratégias pedagógicas dos docentes   • Fortalecer o envolvimento das comunidades   
Informação do Projeto
2021-01-15
2024-01-15
Parceiros do Projeto