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06 November 2017 Training for Lecturers: Communication with health care staff

The fifth module of the e-learning package for lecturers is available. The module focuses on the Communication with health care staff and has the intent to present the most important aspects involved in communicating with other health care staff in paediatrics. These are: types of communication (channels, styles, barriers), soft skills and the way of teaching and learning soft skills.

10 October 2017 Training for Lecturers: Communication with Peers

The third module of the e-learning package for lecturers is available. The module focuses on the communication with Peers and deals with specific competences and professional attitude to empower teamwork communication and promote the inclusion of patients and relatives in clinical decision making processes.

 
13 September 2017 Training for Lecturers: Communication with Parents

The second module of the e-learning package for lecturers is available. The module focuses on the communication with parentsTo ensure good communication between parents and health care providers it’s necessary to understand what parents consider important about doctor-patient/parent relationships and what are the most critical points of medical encounters. 

28 July 2017 Training for Lecturers: Communication with Children

The first module of the e-learning package for lecturers is available. The module focuses on the communication with children. The module presents the communication as a social act that can be performed deliberately or involuntarily, consciously or unconsciously – through gestures, mimic, posture, dressing style, even silence being possible to transmit specific messages.

30 June 2017 Field Research

The collection of the questionnaires from the three main actors of the paediatric health services (doctors, paediatric patients and their parents) is almost completed. The results will be used their expectations as far as the paediatric service is concerned.

29 May 2017 Second Partners' Meeting

The second partners’ meeting took place in Madrid on 25 – 26 May 2017. Project partners presented the activities carried out so far while Oana Marginean and Lorenzo Martellini presented the project activities to be carried out. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to make a detailed planning of the project future activities and to organize the project's work that focuses on the realization of the guideline on communication.

05 April 2017 Involvement of Paediatric Students

Paediatric Students are currently involved in the 5 European countries. They will:

- Participate in the survey related to paediatric skills needs by filling in ad hoc questionnaires
- Test and assess the training package addressed to students, residents, medical practitioners in paediatrics on how to autonomously learn, develop and consolidate their soft skills for improving the quality of paediatric services

06 March 2017 Involvement of Residents Working with Children

Residents Working with Children are currently invovled in the 5 European countries. They will:
- - Test and assess the publication related to paediatric skills needs

- Participate in the survey related to paediatric skills needs by filling in ad hoc questionnaires
- Test and assess the training package addressed to students, residents, medical practitioners in paediatrics on how to autonomously learn, develop and consolidate their soft skills for improving the quality of paediatric services

02 February 2017 Involvement of Lecturers

Lecturers are currently invovled in the 5 European countries. They will:
- test the publication related to paediatric skills needs
- assess the training package addressed to practitioners in paediatrics, teachers and trainers on how to assist paediatric undergraduates and resident students in developing and consolidating  their soft skills for improving the quality of paediatric services
- Participate in the development of the training package addressed to students

03 January 2017 First Partners' Meeting

The Kick-off meeting took place in Florence on 19 – 20 December 2016. Oana Marginean and Lorenzo Martellini presented the project and the activities to be carried out to the partners. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and to discuss all details related to the project's activities. All the partners presented the pediatric services in in their countries. At the end of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation.

19 December 2016 The Softis-Ped Project

The Softis-Ped project is funded by the European Commission and the Romanian National Agency in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme. The project has the aim to provide the paediatricians, as well as lecturers and students in the field of paediatrics, with relevant and effective communication skills.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This web site reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.