Research for palliative care clinicians

Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training (2020-1-RO01-KA202-080128)


Translating clinical issues into research projectsBucharest, Romania (26- 30 September 2022, 16:00-17:00)- online access at training resources and zoom intercative sessions, in Engrish language (questions and answers for/from the research specialists)REGISTER FREE


Writing for academic and professional journalsBucharest, Romania (1st October 2022, 9:00- 15:00)- Face to face event, in English language, with two coffee breaks. Venue: Hotel Marshal Garden (Safir Hall- ground floor). Places: 25 participans (doctors, nurses, social workers, therapists, spiritual counsellors). AGENDA. REGISTER FREE (oana.predoiu@hospice.ro)

Participants are requested to bring data, analyses and material from their research that they wish to develop into a scientific paper.


ABOUT RESPACC

O1- CORE RESEARCH COMPETENCIES

Core research competencies framework for the multidisciplinary palliative care team (brochure A4)

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Core research competencies framework for the multidisciplinary palliative care team (infographic A3)

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Core research competencies framework for the multidisciplinary palliative care team (SELF ASSESSMENT QUIZ) 

CHESTIONAR   SURVEY   PREGUNTA   ΕΡΩΤΗΣΗ

O2- CRITICAL READING AND ACADEMIC WRITING

RESPACC Webinars

   

O3- TRANSLATING CLINICAL ISSUES INTO RESEARCH PROJECTS

O4- ABC- RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

MULTIPLICATION EVENTS

E1. Research for all palliative care clinicians – Core research competencies framework for the multidisciplinary palliative care team

E2. Building research capacity for palliative care clinicians

E3. Research competencies applied to clinical care

TRAININGS

C1. Introducing palliative care clinicians to critical reading and academic writing, Athen, GREECE (2- 4 May 2022)

Within the context of Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships-VET, EU funded project, “Research for Palliative Care Clinicians” (RESPACC) with Ref. 2020-1-RO01-KA202-080128, Galilee Palliative Care Centre (Galilee) organized a three days long Hybrid Short Term Training, in Athens for project partners. Thirtyseven participants (37) attended either live or online, including colleagues from the five (5) partners. The focus of the three days training was introducing health professionals in palliative care, to the concepts of critical reading and academic writing, in order to endeavour in research in their own organisations. 

C2. Translating clinical issues into research projects, Bucharest, ROMANIA (26- 30 September 2022)

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

The project RESPACC is aiming to include basic research competences as part of the clinical practice of palliative care professionals addressed with the objectives:
1. Designing effective education strategies for enhancing basic research competences across members of multidisciplinary teams in palliative care.
2. Stimulating the development and use of innovative approaches to increase the effective uptake evidence-based research in palliative care.
3. Increase the research capacity for the practitioners in palliative care.
4. Raise awareness among PC clinicians regarding the importance research integration in clinical practice
Responding to this complex problem is highly relevant at the European level and need a mixed cultural and innovative approaches to increase the evidence-based research in palliative care.

Applicant organization: HOSPICE Casa Sperantei, Romania 

Partners: EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF PALLIATIVE CARE Belgium, GALILEE PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT Greece, UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA Spain, UNIVERSITATEA TRANSILVANIA BRASOV Romania

Budget: 187.913,00 EUR

Time: 1st December 2020 – 30th November 2022

Contact: Oana Predoiu, oana.predoiu@hospice.ro