In this first phase of the project, four autonomy of the elderly experts of four different fields of study (psychology, medicine, law and nursing) will be teaching at these professional associations. Each trainer will give a two-and-a-half-hour session in each of the professional colleges (psychology, medicine, law and nursing).
The course is aimed at doctors, lawyers, nurses and psychologists who are interested in training or to deepen their knowledge about the concept, processes and mechanisms to guarantee the autonomy of the elderly.
Dr Antoni Salvà
An epidemiological and psychopathological vision of the disability and the different paths of aging: towards new forms of prevention.
Dr Feliciano Villar
The importance of the environment and social interaction in the person-centred buildings.
A review of the mission and vision of geriatrics and an analysis of the healthy and sick person focused on their own care.
Legal notions on the personal and patrimonial prevention of the elderly and new legal mechanisms of protection of the autonomy.
The Summer Academy will be held at the Palau Macaya in Barcelona on July 12, 13 and 14. It is intended for all those who have attended the training provided in the various professional colleges (psychology, medicine, law and nursing) as well as technicians of public and private entities responsible for managing care services for the elderly as well as professionals who are directly in charge of these cares.
Palau Macaya. Passeig de Sant Joan, 108, 08037 Barcelona.
Pedagogical training and professional to professional experience
In this third phase of the project professionals who have participated will transfer the knowledge learned in the previous phases of the project to the maximum number of professionals with whom they interact. For that, they will receive, first, pedagogical training on knowledge transferring. Once the fundamental techniques learned and after having adapted them to the casuistry of each centre and professional, a pilot experience will be developed. These pilot experiences will take place in, at least, three care centres for the elderly. The objective of the latter is that people having received the training carried out in phases 1 and 2 of the project will teach, as well, those workers in charge of the care of the elderly in their respective centres.
The project’s first edition will close with an International Seminar to be held at the Faculty of Law of the University of Barcelona. The objective of the seminar is to collect the conclusions that are drawn from phases 1, 2 and 3 of the project together with the other members of the framework project (Newcastle University, Leyden University, Achmea Zorgverzekeringen NV, Erasmus Universitet Rotterdam, University of Copenhagen and Stockholms Stad), as well as with the members of other CAMPUS projects of the EIT Health with which to exchange knowledge and experience.
University of Barcelona. Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585, 08007 Barcelona.