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Presenting three projects on population ageing: ValueCare, e-Active and EUVECA

An article by Silvia Prieto, Gertrudes Fornés, Olga Navarro, Vicente Traver Population ageing is one of the greatest achievements of mankind and at the same time, it is linked to great economic, social, and public health challenges. Polibienestar is addressing these challenges by implementing European projects that aim to enhance social and healthcare services for […]

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Third meeting of the Valencian Regional Hub: training in the social and health care sector

An article by Silvia Prieto, Gertrudes Fornés, Olga Navarro, Vicente Traver The ITACA Research Institute of Valencia Polytechnic University (UPV) and the Polibienestar Research Institute of the University of Valencia (UV) have developed a regional Hub in the framework of the EUVECA project. This Hub serves as a platform where stakeholders from the social and

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Dependent elderly people and socio-economic deprivation: strategies for innovative policies in Europe

An article by Silvia Prieto, Vicente Traver, Olga Navarro, Sandra Martínez Recently, a team from the Polibienestar Research Institute at the University of Valencia published the book titled ’Strategies for innovative policies in Europe: addressing socio-economic deprivation in the presence of dependent elderly individuals’. The publication was authored by a team of researchers from the

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Motivating healthcare professionals in their own training to improve public health

An article by Silvia Prieto, Vicente Traver, Olga Navarro, Sandra Martínez During the first meeting of the Valencian Regional Vocational Excellence Hub (RVEH) healthcare professionals identified crucial competencies for future professionals. These included: Empathising with the patient, Professional responsibility, Investing in digital competencies, Teamwork and communication, Greater meritocracy, Transformational leadership, Training in emotional management, Competencies

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Challenge

 

The sustainability of the European health care sector has been challenged by 6 mega trends over the last several years. To respond to these trends and achieve maximum care quality, patient safety, efficiency, and economic sustainability, the sector has undergone major changes:   

(i) Increased digitalization  

(ii) A shift towards patient-centered care 

(iii) Greater patient involvement in in co-designing care pathways