This WP is responsible for the management of the project and to ensure that implementation proceeds as planned.
This WP is responsible for the dissemination of the project’s results and the potential replication of the model/good practices in other EU countries.
This WP will monitor and evaluate the project’s activities.
WP 4: Design a model for frailty identification; preventionand care and management of multimorbidity (Lead: RER-ASSR, CHRU, HSCB, Gerontopole)
The aim of WP 4 is to design a shared model of reference for the prevention and management of frailty and care of multimorbidity and elaborate methods and tools for the replication of the model/good practices in other Reference Sites/EU Member States.
The aim of WP 5 is to conduct a survey of existent health and social services dedicated to the prevention and management of frailty and care of multimorbidity, assessing, at the same time, patients/final beneficiaries’ perception and expectations on care and quality of life concerning frailty and multimorbidity, and programmes dedicated to professional skills and performance improvement. Expected outcome is the identification of good practices on frailty and multimorbidity with high potential of replication in different European Contexts.
The aim of WP 6 is to experiment the model (and related good practices), through specific units or living labs in selected project pilot sites, to identify system/services/good practices strengths and weaknesses and to elaborate and implement plans for improvement. Partners can decide whether to adopt/adapt parts of the elements, good practices and tools emerging from the model according to their specific needs. WP 6 also aims to review and adapt the model and the tool kit, in order to provide the EC with instruments and tools for the potential replication of the model/good practices.
The aim of WP 7 is to elaborate innovative academic educational programmes addressed to healthcare professionals, which are intended to fill the existing gaps between the existing standard training programmes in the partner countries and educational programmes aimed at meeting the needs of the increasing future ageing population. Specifically, the innovative programme/s would help in training healthcare staff with a strong focus in preventing, identifying and managing frailty and chronic diseases in the population.