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The seminar "Multicultural Nursing Leadership" was organized by the EDUNET Association in partnership with the Order of Nurses, Midwives Nurses in Romania - Dolj Branch in Craiova, on June 2, 2016 and was hosted by the Public Health Authority of Dolj county.
Having a duration of six hours, the seminar was attended by 40 people:
Nurses, health mediators and other professionals in the health field;
Leaders of health services and managers of medical organizations;
Managers of medical schools, teachers and trainers;
Representatives of local authorities and regional ( Dolj Public health Autority and Dolj School Inspectorate);
Representatives of professional associations, trade unions.
The project coordinator Victor Dudau, president of EDUNET Association presented the European model for developing cultural a competent and compassionate leadership in care, the training curriculum and the Learning tools created in the project.
There were organized workshops on how to use the platform www.ieneproject.eu for learning activities, piloted the project IENE4 (case studies) and how to use the Tool for measuring compassion cultural competence and compassionate care.
In the last session of the seminar, the participants have presented, in sections, examples of good practice in their field and have participated to the group discussions and exchange of ideas.
The seminar was credited with eight professional credits by the Order of Midwives and Nurses of Romania . Participants received certificates issued by Order of Nurses, Midwives Nurses in Romania - Dolj Branch and EDUNET Association.
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