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Toolkit 2: Ways of teaching/learning health disparities an courage


Author Middlesex University, UK
Name of the Tool

COURAGE IN HEALTHCARE PRACTICE: AN INTRODUCTORY TOOL

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Aims
  • Articulate the need for the focus on courage in current nursing practice;Discuss the theoretical underpinnings of courage, and the meaning of courage from different viewpoints;
  • Reflect on your own practice in relation to the ability to display courage;
  • Reflect, in a reasoned manner, on when it might be desirable to be courageous;
  • Identify strategies to nurture confidence and courage in your own practice.
Author EDUNET Organization, Romania
Name of the Tool

MORAL COURAGE IN HEALTHCARE: ACTING ETHICALLY IN THE PRESENCE OF DISCRIMINATION

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Aims
  • The tool aims to help nurses and other health care professionals to define moral courage, recognize and develop moral courage when faced with ethical challenges.
Author ROC Albeda College, Netherlands
Name of the Tool

PROFESSIONAL COURAGE IN THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR AN INTRODUCTORY LESSON

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Aims
  • The objective of the workshop centres on the first segment, namely Cultural Awareness. Using a step-by-step plan, students learn how to respond courageously to an issue and/or address a particular situation.
Author Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Senese, Italy
Name of the Tool

COURAGE: THEORETICAL ASPECTS

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Aims
  • Overall aim for the tool is to strengthen the self-awareness, self-control and fear and anger management, to enforce ethical-deontological competence and relational competence and to enhance ethical attitude-behaviour based on courage
Author Volkssolidarit├Ąt Gera, Germany
Name of the Tool

1st Aid Courage Compass in Cases of Death

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Aims
  • I'm not alone in emotional incriminating situationen.
  • There are many ways of assistance with it I don't have to handle alone the death of a patient.
  • I'm exactly aware of what I have to do in a case of death.
  • Through the safe acting with the deceased I can approach courageous these situations.
  • I won't have disadvantages if I don't can or will approach these situations alone. Asking forhelp is not a sign of weakness or unprofessionalty.
Author Marmara University Research and Training Hospital, Turkey
Name of the Tool

COURAGE

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Aims
  • To understand the need for courage in nursing practice
  • To recognize the courage
  • Evaulate your couragous behavior from your own experince
  • To understand what time would necessary to show courage
  • To understand which abilities require to have couarage
  • To understand the relationship betweeb the confidence and courage
Key outputs

IENE 1, 2008-2010

  • Research report EN
  • PTT/IENE Model EN
  • Report of the survey EN
  • Good Practice Manual EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4  5  6

IENE 2, 2010-2012

  • Transnational Report  EN
  • ToT methodology  EN  RO  FR  NL
  • Strategic Guide  EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4
  • Final conference  EN
  • Brochure with project results  EN

IENE 3, 2013-2015

IENE 4, 2014-2016

  • Report on integrative literature reviews EN
  • Needs assessment report EN
  • An European model for the development of role models to promote and support culturally competent and compassionate care EN
  • IENE4 Curriculum EN
  • Report of the Tools EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3  4

IENE 5, 2015-2017

  • Need assessment Report EN
  • Training Model EN
  • Curriculum EN
  • Newsletter  1  2  3
  • IENE5 Leaflet EN
  • Flyer EN
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