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eSudoe
2021
2027

PreDisc

Innovative model of disability prevention in the elderly: from hospital to rural areas

Summary

Europe is moving towards an ageing society, with the SUDOE territory, and specifically rural environments, with the highest percentage of elderly and depopulation. Ageing leads to the emergence of fragility and disability, associated with the increased use of health resources and hospital admissions. France, Spain, Portugal and Andorra have different models of elderly patient care based on the prevention of the onset of disability, with strengths and points of improvement. The main achievements will allow the implementation of a model that reduces the imbalance between regions in the management of the prevention of hospital disability and in the transition of the patient to Primary Care (AP) and their family environment, establishing an integrated and coordinated model among professionals, facilitated by the use of technology and the promotion of healthy aging, in order to improve health care, strengthening the resilience of health systems. The cooperation will allow the joint development of new integrated care strategies that promote better monitoring and coordination of the care of the elderly, homogenising protocols and methodologies. Thus (i) a multicenter clinical trial will be carried out that will show the benefits of a training program during hospitalisation ii)the continuity of the program and the transition to PA of the hospitalised patient and of the one who goes to the consultation of the specialist from rural environments implementing innovative technology will be facilitated, and iii) the model of active aging in rural settings will be promoted and equal access to health will be promoted through coordination models between professionals facilitated by the use of technological tools, avoiding unnecessary displacement and income. PreDisc is innovative because it develops a novel care model that will improve the quality of life of elderly people and promote equal access to health care, with the participation of different key actors such as reference hospitals, PA teams and other Public Health Organisations to achieve their sustainability.

Description

Europe is moving towards an ageing society, with the SUDOE territory, and specifically rural environments, with the highest percentage of elderly and depopulation. Ageing leads to the emergence of fragility and disability, associated with the increased use of health resources and hospital admissions. France, Spain, Portugal and Andorra have different models of elderly patient care based on the prevention of the onset of disability, with strengths and points of improvement. The main achievements will allow the implementation of a model that reduces the imbalance between regions in the management of the prevention of hospital disability and in the transition of the patient to Primary Care (AP) and their family environment, establishing an integrated and coordinated model among professionals, facilitated by the use of technology and the promotion of healthy aging, in order to improve health care, strengthening the resilience of health systems. The cooperation will allow the joint development of new integrated care strategies that promote better monitoring and coordination of the care of the elderly, homogenising protocols and methodologies. Thus (i) a multicenter clinical trial will be carried out that will show the benefits of a training program during hospitalisation ii)the continuity of the program and the transition to PA of the hospitalised patient and of the one who goes to the consultation of the specialist from rural environments implementing innovative technology will be facilitated, and iii) the model of active aging in rural settings will be promoted and equal access to health will be promoted through coordination models between professionals facilitated by the use of technological tools, avoiding unnecessary displacement and income. PreDisc is innovative because it develops a novel care model that will improve the quality of life of elderly people and promote equal access to health care, with the participation of different key actors such as reference hospitals, PA teams and other Public Health Organisations to achieve their sustainability.

Programming period:2021-2027
Start date:01/01/2024
Fecha de fin:31/12/2026
Country : France
Region : Centro
State: On going
Call for applications: 1st call
Priority: 3 - Promoting social cohesion and territorial and demographic balance in Sudoe through social innovation, heritage enhancement and services
Specific objective : SO 4.5 (...) Access to care /health systems
Eligible cost: 1.288.550,00 euros
FEDER: 966.412,50 euros

Beneficiaries

Principal Beneficiary: Unidade Local de Saúde do Baixo Mondego, E. P. E.

Nombre del beneficiario: Unidade Local de Saúde do Baixo Mondego, E. P. E.

Región: Portugal,Centro,Figueira da Foz

Persona de contacto: Ana Isabel Soares Pais

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

2 - Navarrabiomed-Fundación Miguel Servet

Nombre del beneficiario: Navarrabiomed-Fundación Miguel Servet

Región: España,Comunidad Foral de Navarra,Pamplona

Persona de contacto: Daniel Villanueva Canabal

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

3 - Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse, Pôle Gériatrie

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

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

Persona de contacto: Vincent Jouanolou

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

4 - Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto

Nombre del beneficiario: Universidad de la Iglesia de Deusto

Región: España,País Vasco,Bilbao

Persona de contacto: Idoia Mínguez Alonso

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

5 - Servei Andorrà d'Atenció Sanitària

Nombre del beneficiario: Servei Andorrà d'Atenció Sanitària

Región: Principado de Andorra,Principado de Andorra,Escaldes-Engordany

Persona de contacto: Eva Heras Muxella

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website

6 - Fundación Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Navarra (IdiSNA)

Nombre del beneficiario: Fundación Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Navarra (IdiSNA)

Región: España,Comunidad Foral de Navarra,Pamplona

Persona de contacto: Jorge Marín

Email: [email protected]

This beneficiary does not have a website