TaSHI webinar on 5 December 2023
The fifth TaSHI pilot study webinar was held on the 5 December 2023.
The focus of the event was:
Task delegation from Family Physicians and Psychiatrists to Nurses, Psychologists and Nursing Assistants in Lithuania
If you missed the event, click for the presentations and the recording on the below buttons.
TaSHI webinar on 26 May 2023
Presentations of the event were:
- Introduction of the Estonian case study: Task shifting in mental health in Estonia; Leena Kalle WP5 partner, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia
- Task shifting workshop: experiences in Estonia
Vibeke Sundling, TaSHI WP4 leader, University of South-Eastern Norway
Workshop through the participant’s eyes
Diana Liivola, mental health nurse, Psychiatry Clinic of Tartu University Clinic
- Legal obstacles in the practical implementation of task shifting Kaily Susi WP5 partner, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia
TaSHI Consortium meeting in Milan
TaSHI consortium met for the first time face to face in Milan on 30 November 2022.
Partners really appreciated the opportunity to carry out in-depth discussions on various content elements in person for the first time, after 1,5 years working online.
Klaudie Faltysova, HaDEA project officer also joined the consortium and provided useful contribution to the dialogue on the project progress.
The discussion on the delivery and advancement of the project was hosted by Polis-Lombardia, and is followed by stakeholder meetings in the coming two days in Brescia.
Stakeholder meeting in Brescia
Stakeholders play a very crucial role in health system development. Polis-Lombardia organized a stakeholder event to introduce and discuss the concept and practice of task shifting.
More than hundred people registered to the event and showed interest in the TaSHI project. Practicing general practitioners and nurses shared their experiences, and highlighted the attitude change as an essential component in task shifting and sharing.
We are thankful for all the valuable thoughts presented to the TaSHI Consortium, so we can build on them in our upcoming work. Grazie mille!
The third TaSHI pilot study webinar was held on the 27 September 2022.
The focus of the event was: Advancing task shifting practices – Dutch and Norwegian experiences
In this event two invided guests Dr Claudia Bettina Maier, leader of the research group „Nursing“ of the Department of Healthcare Management, University of Technology Berlin, and Beatrice Mazzoleni, secretary, Italian Federation of Nurses shared thoughts and experiences about the topic.
Recording of the event is available: here
TaSHI organised its second webinar on the 28th April 2022 with the focus of:
The promising potential of task shifting in Lithuania and Lombardy
Professor Gilles Dussault presented a keynote speech on the challenges of task redistribution in light of the COVID pandemic.
In addition, TaSHI project members presented about ongoing task shifting initiatives in Lithuania and Lombardy.
Intermediate event of the Health workforce Projects Cluster was held on the 29th March 2022.
The focus of the webinar was:
Fighting access to health inequalities by improving
health worker retention and task shifting policies
In this webinar all five health workforce related projects presented their progress and first results.
Here you can find the AGENDA of the event.
Presentations of the speakers and the recording of the event is available by clicking on the below buttons.
The first TaSHI webinar took place on the
24th November 2021, on the EU Health Policy Platform.
If you missed the event you can read the short summary, find the presentations and watch the recording by clicking on the button below.
The official launch event of the Health Workforce Projects Cluster, involving five health workforce related projects, took place on the 20 September 2021. More than 100 participants registered to the event held on the EU Health Policy Platform.
The opening speakers were Andrzej Rys – Director, Health systems, medical products and innovation, DG SANTE, European Commission and Miklós Szócska – Director, Health Services Management Training Centre, Semmelweis University
In the below link you can read the short report and in the document you can find the link to the recording of the event.