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Santé Zeeland heeft op 31 oktober 2014 een netwerkbijeenkomst georganiseerd over EU-subsidieprogramma's voor Active and Healthy Ageing. De diverse presentaties, inclusief die van de pitches zijn gebundeld in dit bestand.

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Active and Healthy AgeingWat kan de EU voor ons betekenen?Middelburg, 31 oktober 2014

WelkomVoorstellen: Arend Roos Economische Impuls Zeeland, IZ-ZeelandWat verwachten jullie van deze bijeenkomst (een paar mensen interviewen)?

1AgendaIntroductie (Arend Roos)De praktijkervaring (Olaf Timmermans)3 Pitches

Pauze

Belang, mogelijkheden en support (Arnoud Guikema)Een Europees project, hoe pak je dat aan?

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Agenda doorlopen2Health Cluster Europe14 Health-projecten, waaronder CURA-BNoord-West EuropaNetwerkvorming, leren van elkaarLessen terug naar Brusselwww.e-care.eu

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Korte toelichting Health Cluster Europe3Europese subsidiesOP-ZuidStructuurfondsenESFINTERREGAmbient Assisted Living Horizon 2020

Geen subsidies: Innovatie Unie European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healty Ageing

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Inhaken op gevoel bij Europa. Afstand, moeilijk, bureaucratischWat zijn de programmas die Europa gebruikt om de grote beleidsthemas over innovatie en health concreet te maken?4Bijeenkomsten20/21 November (Lille, F): Kick-off INTERREG 2 zeen24 November (Breda):Kick-off INTERREG Nederland-Vlaanderen27 November (Kortrijk, B):Business Opportunities for Healthy Ageing (workshops over o.m. bouw, voeding en toerisme)28 November (Middelburg):Europese Programmas Provincie Zeeland

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Inhaken op gevoel bij Europa. Afstand, moeilijk, bureaucratischWat zijn de programmas die Europa gebruikt om de grote beleidsthemas over innovatie en health concreet te maken?5Sant Zeeland9 December 16:00 Kloveniersdoelen08-02-201231 oktober 2014

Inhaken op gevoel bij Europa. Afstand, moeilijk, bureaucratischWat zijn de programmas die Europa gebruikt om de grote beleidsthemas over innovatie en health concreet te maken?6WebsitesEuropa Nu: http://www.europa-nu.nl/EIP-AHA https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/eipaha/index/aboutusAAL Programma: http://www.aal-europe.eu/INTERREG 2 zeen: http://www.interreg4a-2mers.eu/nlINTERREG NWE: https://www.nweurope.eu/INTERREG Noordzee: http://www.northsearegion.eu/ivb/home/

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7Active and Healthy Ageing: wat kan Europa voor ons betekenen?

Een interreg IV praktijkervaring : Dignity in Care

31 oktober 2014 Middelburg

Prof. dr. Olaf Timmermans

Official Name of the project:: INTERREG IVA 2 Mers Seas Zeen 7-029-BE_Dignity-in-CareProject title: Dignity in care: enhancing ethical practice and critical reflection by the sTimul experience in a care-ethics labProject acronym: Dignity in Care Program priority Improving quality of lifeTimeframe: From 01/07/2011 until 30/06/2014

INTERREG IVA 2 Mers Seas Zeen Crossborder Cooperation Programme 2007-2013Part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

Een interreg IV praktijkervaring : Dignity in CareOverview van het project

Been there, done that

Benfefits

project aims Drie-jaar durend Europees project gericht op ethical practice in de gezondheidszorgKey-objective was het versterken van dignity in care door transformational leren Timeframe van July 2012 tot September 2014Total budget of 2.663.848

project aims Priority 1: Creating an economically competitive, attractive and accessible areaPriority 2: Promoting and enhancing a safe and healthy environmentPriority 3: Improving quality of lifePriority 4: Common priority with the France (Channel) England programme.

The Dignity in Care project valt in Priority 3 Improving quality of life, and specifically the identified Programme operational objective to:

b. Improve the quality of services to the population, including mobility and health care facilities.

project aims Vergroten van de competenties voor ethisch reflecteren en handelen bij studenten en professionals in de zorg Experimenteren met het concept van ervaringsgericht leren in een care-ethics lab; the sTimul-experienceVerkennen en uitwisselen best practices in de cross-border regionVerbeteren kwaliteit van zorg door Dignity en belevingsgerichte zorg

Project activities3 activities:

the sTimul experience350 participants in 24 sTimul sessions;each time 8 students & 8 professionals each session facilitator, student trainer and sTimul coach

learning into practiceCross-border study visitsregional netwerk and users eventscommunication platform Guidelines setting up a sTimul-lab evaluationIEEG-strategy

the sTimul experiencePreparation phase Preparation studentsPreparation caregivers; chossing a role2-days stay in sTimulIntroduction start sTimul experience lunch & time-out continuation sTimul experience (incl.night) reflection follow-up sessionFollow-up6 weeks follow-up meeting

EvaluationTable 1. Descriptives population (n = 341) Frequency%Statussimulant care-giver18454Simulant care-receivers15746OriginUK5416France5516Belgium/Flanders7923The Netherlands15345Genderfemale30088male1412

Evaluation resultsTable 2. Mean, minimum and maximum scores evaluation questions (n = 341)Questionnaire Evaluation questionMeanMin.Max.1AHow satisfied are you with the preparation process?7,4110How appropriate are the written materials provided during the preparation process6,809To what degree did you experience being a care giver/ care-receivers during your sTimul session?7,4010How useful did you find the time out session on day 1?8,20102ATo what degree did you find the reflection session useful?8,4110How satisfied were you with the coaching during the reflection session8,55103AHow useful did you find the follow up meeting?7,8110How satisfied were you with the coaching during the reflection session?8,5510To what degree do you think that the global sTimul experience will have an impact on your practice?7,5110

Evaluation resultsDateLocationProject partnersActivity Summary14th July 2011Poole Lighthouse, PooleLP and PP6Sharing of project to social care professionals from Dorset28 November 2011STimul House TerneuzenPP5 and PP6Opening sTimulhouse Terneuzen12th September 2012Poole Lighthouse, PooleALLSharing of project to social care professionals from Dorset27 November 2012sTimul Terneuzen, one year afterPP5 and PPnetwork activity to celebrate one year sTimul house in Terneuzen24-25 April 2013GhentLP and PP6Joint working for nutrition between BU and Kaho St Lieven11-12 September 2013NetherlandsPP4, PP5 and PP6Opportunities for establishing centre of excellence for care in UK8-9 January 2014FlandersLP and PP6Opportunities for establishing centre of excellence for care in UK and further networking.13-14 May 2014EnglandLP and PP6Sharing of dignity in care in practice between regions and future collaboration projects

Evaluation resultsDateConferenceLocationProject partners3-5 October 2012FINECardiffPP2, PP4 &PP614-15 March 20132 Seas EventRotterdamLP & PP63 5 September 2013NET Conference for healthcare educationCambridgePP5, PP618-20 November 2013ICERISevilleLP, PP2 & PP425 June 2014NETNAPNoordwijk (The Netherlands)PP57-9 July 2014EDULearnBarcelonaLP, PP2 & PP4

Evaluation resultsREGIONUser Group meetingsNumber of care receiversFlanders310Four care receivers lived at home, two lived at home but made use of a day-care centres and four stayed in residential care setting. Three care-givers accompanied their residents. All 3 meetings were attended by the same users of services.The meetings were recorded.France 29One user group was composed of seven residents and two caregivers, the other with two patients and their three children; also two care-givers were involved.Netherlands 1100All participants lived independently at home, some use supported living services.England44Two care receivers live in different residential setting, one receives care and one lives independently at home and uses supported living servicesAll meetings were recorded.Total 10123

been there, done thatHet bouwen van een partnership

Continuiteit van het partnership

Piekbelasting PMC, IEEG, Operationeel

Benefits:

Internationale orientatie voor studenten en docenten

Onderschiedend vermogen opleiding

Dignity in care in Zeeland

overall conclusionsPromoting Dignity In Care through a sTimulation method resulted in overall satisfaction of participants

Differences in scores existed between students and caregivers and between origin countries

Promoting Dignity In Care raised numerous issues that need to be deepened, in particular with respect to the post-experience phases

Future evaluation/research should focus on how to make the best possible transformation of the learning of the sTimul experience in practice.

overall conclusions 2Structured and comprehensive preparation is important Remaining in profile impacts on the value of the experienceReflection is the key-element; Students learn from professionals reflections and vice versaDifferent stages of reflection are crucialCross-border networking has enhanced disseminationDignity is about personal attention and relationships

I felt so isolated, all I wanted was to talk to someone.

overall conclusions 2Structured and comprehensiv