KäynnissäKansainvälinenHealth and Welfare2021-06-24 05:00:141631846209
RENE-project develops 5 ECT international course of patient handling in safe and rehabilitating way for health care students in European HEIs participating RENE. The European project consortium, altogether with seven higher education institutions (HEI’s) and two institutions of expertise on this field, the The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH) and Ergosolutions Ltd. aim at increasing patient handling skills in safe and rehabilitating way of HEI staff and health care students in all participating countries.
Project aim is to develop and standardize an international course on patient handling and promote internationalization of health care students. One of the aims is also to raise awareness of patient handling in safe and rehabilitating way in field of health care.
The RENE project is based on three phases which form three Intellectual Outputs (IO). The first phase, “Analysing the conditions”, IO 1,will work as a basis for the second phase “Developing the SAPHA-course" (SAPHA-Patient handlingin safe and rehabilitating way), IO 2. The third phase is the “Handbook”, IO3, which will be designed to support the practical implementation of the developed course and is directed to teachers. The Handbook (printed and especially e-version) will act as a tool for sustainability ensuring that the project’s results remain available after the project has ended.
OUAS will lead IO2 in cooperation with TUAS and participate in all other IO's.
To develop and standardize an international course on patient handling and promote internationalization of health care students.