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2021
2027

STOP IATRO

Start Therapeutic OPtimisation and iatrogenesis prevention on Older People

Resumen

The STOP-iatro project brings together a consortium of 6 entities from 3 European countries. The project aims to ensure that professionals involved in care for older patients are aware of the risks associated with iatrogeny (adverse effects associated with care and care on people’s health). The objective of the project is to adopt collective strategies to avoid complications associated with care and care that could lead to the loss of autonomy of the elderly, based in particular on the recommendations of the WHO (ICOPE programme). Indeed, the COVID pandemic has particularly affected fragile populations, including the elderly. The negative effects are mainly due to increased barriers to access to essential health services and to the deterioration of the quality of patient care. Despite the existence of national recommendations on the prevention of adverse reactions to care or medicinal products in the territories of the consortium, there has been a clear setback in their implementation. These recommendations, mostly established before the COVID crisis, no longer take into account the current constraints on hospital or primary care actors. Our project is structured around several axes. The first axis aims to identify the obstacles and factors to the implementation of recommendations related to the prevention of iatrogenic dependence, but also to establish a state of knowledge of the professionals identified in the chain. . The second axis is aimed at offering a non-segregated territorial strategy immediately, which breaks down the barriers between city and hospital and is multiprofessional, through innovative methods of collective and social intelligence. The third axis will be to develop training plans on the prevention of iatrogenic dependence. Finally, the fourth axis will allow pilot actions identified jointly by territorial actors for professionals and patients.

Descripción

The STOP-iatro project brings together a consortium of 6 entities from 3 European countries. The project aims to ensure that professionals involved in care for older patients are aware of the risks associated with iatrogeny (adverse effects associated with care and care on people’s health). The objective of the project is to adopt collective strategies to avoid complications associated with care and care that could lead to the loss of autonomy of the elderly, based in particular on the recommendations of the WHO (ICOPE programme). Indeed, the COVID pandemic has particularly affected fragile populations, including the elderly. The negative effects are mainly due to increased barriers to access to essential health services and to the deterioration of the quality of patient care. Despite the existence of national recommendations on the prevention of adverse reactions to care or medicinal products in the territories of the consortium, there has been a clear setback in their implementation. These recommendations, mostly established before the COVID crisis, no longer take into account the current constraints on hospital or primary care actors. Our project is structured around several axes. The first axis aims to identify the obstacles and factors to the implementation of recommendations related to the prevention of iatrogenic dependence, but also to establish a state of knowledge of the professionals identified in the chain. . The second axis is aimed at offering a non-segregated territorial strategy immediately, which breaks down the barriers between city and hospital and is multiprofessional, through innovative methods of collective and social intelligence. The third axis will be to develop training plans on the prevention of iatrogenic dependence. Finally, the fourth axis will allow pilot actions identified jointly by territorial actors for professionals and patients.

Periodo de programación:2021-2027
Fecha de inicio:01/01/2024
Fecha fin:31/12/2026
Estado: On going
Convocatoria: 1st call
Prioridad:3 - Promoting social cohesion and territorial and demographic balance in Sudoe through social innovation, heritage enhancement and services
Objetivo específico:SO 4.5 (...) Access to care /health systems
Coste subvencionable: 1.734.959,60 euros
Ayuda FEDER: 1.301.219,70 euros

Beneficiarios

Principal Beneficiary: CHU de Limoges , Pôle Biologie -Pharmacie

Nombre del beneficiario: CHU de Limoges , Pôle Biologie -Pharmacie

Región: France,Limousin (Nouvelle Aquitaine),LIMOGES

Persona de contacto: Aurore LOXQ

Email: [email protected]

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2 - Fundació Salut i Envelliment UAB

Nombre del beneficiario: Fundació Salut i Envelliment UAB

Región: España,Cataluña,Barcelona

Persona de contacto: Antoni SALVA

Email: [email protected]

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3 - Universidade de Aveiro, Departamento de Ciências Médicas

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidade de Aveiro, Departamento de Ciências Médicas

Región: Portugal,Centro,Aveiro

Persona de contacto: Diana Oliveira

Email: [email protected]

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4 - Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, Escola Superior de Saúde, Unidade Técnico-Científica - Tecnologias da Saúde

Nombre del beneficiario: Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, Escola Superior de Saúde, Unidade Técnico-Científica - Tecnologias da Saúde

Región: Portugal,Centro,Guarda

Persona de contacto: Cristina Castro

Email: [email protected]

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5 - Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse, Pôle Pharmacie

Nombre del beneficiario: Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse, Pôle Pharmacie

Región: France,Midi-Pyrénées (Occitanie),TOULOUSE

Persona de contacto: Sophie Mourgues

Email: [email protected]

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6 - Fundación Pública Andaluza para la Investigación de Málaga en Biomedicina y Salud

Nombre del beneficiario: Fundación Pública Andaluza para la Investigación de Málaga en Biomedicina y Salud

Región: España,Andalucía,Málaga

Persona de contacto: Aitor Rando

Email: [email protected]

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