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Formazione degli operatori che assistono persone con ictus

Come migliorare le esperienze e il benessere delle persone colpite da ictus e dei loro caregiver
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Comprendere che cosa sia un ictus, riconoscere i diversi tipi di ictus e i sintomi dell'ictus
Conoscere le possibili conseguenze di un ictus e i corrispondenti percorsi riabilitativi
Comprendere l'impatto emotivo dell'ictus
Apprendere come prestare assistenza ad una persona colpita da ictus dopo la dimissione dall'ospedale

Requirements

  • Non ci sono prerequisiti formali. Sono richieste conoscenze di base relative all'assistenza

Description

L'ictus è una delle principali cause di morte e disabilità in tutto il mondo e spesso richiede una riabilitazione di lungo durata. L'ictus provoca una severa compromissione nell'indipendenza, nell'autonomia, nella vita sociale e nelle relazioni delle persone colpite. Circa l'80% di tutti i sopravvissuti a un ictus viene dimesso a domicilio dopo il ricovero in ospedale. Un numero significativo di soggetti presenta disabilità così gravi da renderli dipendenti dall'aiuto fisico e dal supporto emotivo offerto da altri.

I caregiver informali sono i coniugi e gli altri membri della famiglia che svolgono un ruolo di supporto significativo nel processo di riabilitazione dopo l'ictus. Gli assistenti diretti sono persone assunte dalla famiglia per prendersi cura della persona colpita da ictus. Entrambe le tipologie di caregivers svolgono un ruolo essenziale nel fornire assistenza alle persone con disabilità conseguente ictus (ad es. nel fare il bagno, nell'igiene personale, nell'alimentazione), aiuto pratico (ad es. per la mobilità, socializzazione, educazione sanitaria). Inoltre, questi caregivers supportano altri operatori sanitari in varie attività (ad es. somministrazione di farmaci).

Gli ambienti di lavoro quotidiani in cui i caregivers informali e gli operatori sanitari assistono le persone colpite da ictus sono molto impegnativi. I caregivers svolgono i compiti più essenziali, sostenendo di solito un carico fisico ed emotivo elevato, in assenza di una formazione specifica adeguata. La sfida più comune per i caregiver è trovare informazioni adeguate su come prestare assistenza a una persona colpita da ictus.

Questo corso fornirà informazioni e addestramento tempestivi, affidabili e validi ai caregivers informali e agli operatori sanitari che li aiuteranno a ottimizzare l'assistenza prestata e migliorare le esperienze e il benessere delle persone colpite da ictus e dei loro caregivers.

Who this course is for:

  • Ai caregiver informali e a coloro che prestano assistenza per lavoro

Instructors

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Tech4Care srl
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 259 Reviews
  • 5,758 Students
  • 6 Courses

Tech4Care is an innovative start up founded in Ancona (Italy) in December 2015 thanks to the initiative of a group of health care researchers. The ultimate goal of the company is to transfer advanced scientific knowledge into new products, services and good practices. Tech4Care’s core business concerns the development, testing and commercialization of technological solutions based on mobile health (mHealth), artificial intelligence(AI), virtual reality (VR) and the Internet-of-Things (IoT). The three internal divisions are: Research and Development(R&D); Social Innovation; and New Media.

PRM physician and PRM Professor
Maria Gabriella Ceravolo
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
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  • 966 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





Researcher
Arianna Poli
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
  • 31 Reviews
  • 966 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.

Instructor
Viktoria Eden
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
  • 26 Reviews
  • 966 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.

Speech and Language Therapist
EP
  • 4.8 Instructor Rating
  • 14 Reviews
  • 966 Students
  • 3 Courses

Dr Pampoulou is a Speech and Language Therapist and an Assistive Technology Specialist. Dr Pampoulou’s research interests directly relate to the field of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Specifically, her focus is on the quality of AAC assessment and intervention outcomes as well as AAC systems acceptance. One of her current pioneering research projects is the development of an assessment tool for the selection of the most appropriate corpus/es of graphic symbols for AAC experts to use during the assessment process. It is Dr Pampoulou’s aspiration that through her research work she will continue supporting people with complex communication needs in order to communicate their thoughts and ideas effectively, thus increasing their chances of reaching their maximum potential. As part of her contribution to the wider society, she has run a number of seminars and workshops in which she has been training both professionals and parents on issues concerning the AAC field.

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