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InovSafeCare - Educating students for innovative infection prevention and control practices in healthcare settings

Health Sciences Research Unit: Nursing (UICISA: E)
Project classification

Scientific area

3.3 Health sciences

Discipline(s)

Nursing

Project description

Project title

InovSafeCare - Educating students for innovative infection prevention and control practices in healthcare settings

Scientific Coordinator's name:

Pedro Parreira

Scientific Coordinator's e-mail:

parreira@esenfc.pt

Principal R&D Unit:

UICISA: E / ESEnfC

Other R&D Units involved in the project:

Polytechnic of Santarém; Hipolit Cegielski State University of Applied Sciences in Gniezno; University of Salamanca; SAVONIA - University of Applied Sciences

Project keyword(s)

healthcare-associated infections prevention and control, nursing students, simulated scenarios

Short abstract and comments

The creation and development of an innovative pedagogical model that formally addresses healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs) prevention and control (the InovSafeCare Model), alongside its intensive dissemination and exploitation, should improve the quality of the current nursing curriculums across the different European settings and contribute to the provision of safe and quality care.

Potential uses/indications

The InovSafeCare Model will help nursing students develop their competences in HCAIs prevention and control, by stimulating critical thinking and decision making, providing them with the necessary high-quality skills to plan, implement and evaluate nursing care that is sensitive to this societal challenge, ensuring that the care provided is safe, efficient and of high quality.

Status

Ongoing

Partner Status: Seeking Partners?

No

Project weblink

http://www.esenfc.pt/pt/download/8858/1cuNLb7C3nPZD88Z4r49

Grant number (QREN, FP7, Eureka, etc)

2018-1-PT01-KA203-047453

Last edited on

2020-10-06 15:59:52

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