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Formação de Cuidadores de Sobreviventes de AVC

Como melhorar a experiência e o bem-estar dos sobreviventes de AVC e dos seus cuidadores
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Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (11 ratings)
299 students
1hr 14min of on-demand video
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Compreender o que é um AVC, os tipos de AVC e os sintomas de um AVC
Conhecer as possíveis consequências de um AVC e os respetivos processos de reabilitação
Compreender o impacto emocional de um AVC
Compreender de que forma é possível apoiar um sobrevivente de AVC, depois de sair do hospital

Requirements

  • Não são necessários pré-requisitos formais. São recomendadas noções básicas de Cuidados.

Description

O AVC é uma das principais causas de morte e incapacidade a nível mundial e, na maioria das vezes, requer um processo de reabilitação a longo prazo. O AVC causa profundas mudanças na independência, autonomia, vida social e relacionamentos dos sobreviventes de AVC. Aproximadamente 80% dos sobreviventes de AVC recebem alta e podem regressar às suas casas, após o internamento hospital. No entanto, um número significativo de sobreviventes fica com deficiências graves, que os tornam dependentes de ajuda e apoio a um nível prático e emocional.


Os cuidadores informais normalmente são os cônjuges ou outros membros da família que desempenham um papel de apoio signigicativo no processo de reabilitação após o AVC. Os cuidadores formais diretos são prestadores de cuidados contratados pela família para cuidar do sobrevivente de AVC. Ambos os tipos de cuidadores têm um papel essencial na prestação de cuidados pessoais a indivíduos com deficiências associadas ao AVC (por exemplo, banho, higiene, alimentação), ajuda prática (por exemplo, mobilidade, socialização, hábitos saudáveis). Além disso, dão apoio a outros profissionais de saúde em várias atividades (p. ex. administração de medicamentos). O ambientes de trabalho diário em que os cuidadores formais e informais de sobreviventes de AVC estão inseridos são altamente exigentes. Os cuidadores desempenham a maioria das tarefas essenciais, tendo pouca formação específica para tal e estas geralmente são acompanhadas de uma elevada carga física e emocional. O desafio mais comum entre os cuidadores é encontrar informação suficiente sobre como deve ser feita a prestação de cuidados a um sobrevivente de AVC.

Este curso fornecerá informação e formação oportunas, fiáveis e sólidas aos cuidadores formais e informais, que lhes permitirá melhorar a prestação de serviços, assim como melhorar as experiências e o bem-estar dos sobreviventes de AVC e dos cuidadores.

Who this course is for:

  • Cuidadores informais e prestadores de cuidados

Instructors

Carlos Vaz de Carvalho
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 128 Reviews
  • 13,120 Students
  • 24 Courses

I'm currently Professor at the Computer Eng. Dep. of the Engineering School of the Porto Polytechnic (ISEP). I'm also Director of Virtual Campus Lda, an SME dedicated to Technology Enhanced Learning and Serious Games.

I have a PhD (2001) in Technologies and Information Systems from the University of Minho, focusing in the use of e-learning in Higher Education.

As professor, I've lectured more than 20 different courses on Algorithms, Programming, Data Structures, E-Learning and Multimedia. Currently I'm lecturing Serious Games Design and Development and Multimedia Application Development. I was responsible for planning and developing the syllabuses and materials for most of these courses.

I started my research career in 1988 at INESC in the Computer Graphics Group. In 1996, I focused in Technology Enhanced Learning while doing my PhD at the University of Minho. From 2005 to 2014, I was Scientific Coordinator of GILT R&D (Games, Interaction and Learning Technologies). I've directed eight PhD and 40 MSc theses and authored over 200 publications and communications, including more than ten books (as author and editor). I coordinated 16 national and European projects and participated in more than 20 other projects. I worked as an expert for the European Commission and associated agencies in the scope of the Socrates-ODL, Minerva, E-Learning, E-Contents Plus, Lifelong Learning and Erasmus+ programmes.

On the management side, I directed the Distance Education Unit of the Porto Polytechnic from 1997 until 2000. From 2001 until 2005 I was E-Learning Director of ISEP and served as Dean of the Computer Eng. Dep. between 2003 and 2005. Between 2011 and 2013 I was President of the Portuguese Chapter of the IEEE Education Society.

Currently, I'm directing a company dedicated to the production of Serious Games and Technology-based Educational contents and applications.

PRM physician and PRM Professor
Maria Gabriella Ceravolo
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 30 Reviews
  • 963 Students
  • 5 Courses

EDUCATION: Medical doctor , Neurologist, PRM doctor, PhD in Neurosciences


JOB POSITION: Chair of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PRM), at “Politecnica delle Marche” University -

Director of Master Course for Rehabilitation professionals

Head physician at Neurorehabilitation Clinic, United Hospitals of Ancona

INTERNATIONAL ROLES:

2016-2020: President of the UEMS Board for PRM

2014 - to date: National Manager for Italy of the UEMS PRM Board

2016 - to date : Coordinator of the Special Interest Scientific Committee for the Rehabilitation of people with Movement disorders, in the European Society ofPRM

2020-to date: Coordinator of the Subcommittee for PRM Core curriculum development in the International Society of PRM

RESEARCH ACTIVITY: More than 200 papers (around 140 puyblished on indexed journals, more than 100 published in national journals, 20 book chapters, one book) , around 300 contributions to national and international conferences

Principal investigator of 27 international multicenter clinical trials. Invited speaker in more than 300 national conferences and around 80 international events


RESEARCH FIELDS

Epidemiology of neurologic and oncological disease–related disability.

Effectiveness of stroke rehabilitation through action observation, virtual reality, functional electrical stimulation and non-invasive cortical stimulation

Effectiveness of deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease and Epilepsy.

Instrumental assessment of posture and gait in stroke subjects and Parkinson’s disease patients

Effectiveness of spasticity treatment using botulinum toxin

Neural correlates of financial decisions

Epidemiology of COVID-19–related disability and rehabilitation needs


EDITORIAL ACTIVITY

Deputy Chief Editor of the European Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine





Instructor
Viktoria Eden
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 25 Reviews
  • 963 Students
  • 4 Courses

I am Speech and Language Pathologist and studied at the University of Vienna. I work as a scientific collaborator at the University of Technology in Limassol, Cyprus. I am born and raised in Würzburg, Germany. Currently I am doing my PhD about bilingualism and its impact on executive functions and working memory at the Cyprus University of Technology.

Researcher
Arianna Poli
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 30 Reviews
  • 963 Students
  • 5 Courses

Arianna Poli, PhD, is Postdoc researcher at the Division Ageing and Social Change, Linköping University, Sweden. Her research lies at the intersection of digitalisation, ageing, (in)equality. She investigates the impact of digital technologies among older people in different domains, such as working life, healthcare, service provision. She is actively involved in several scientific networks in the field of technology and ageing. She is member and newsletter editor of the Socio-Gerontechnology network and Management Committee member for Sweden within the NET4AGE-Friendly COST Action.

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