Project: 2022-1-PL01-KA220-HED-000089283

Start date: 01-11-2022

End date: 30-10-2025

Description

Chronic respiratory diseases (CRDs) have grown in prevalence and are major causes of health burden and death worldwide. In general, the total cost of respiratory disease in the 28 countries of the EU alone amounts to more than €380 billion annually. As the disease progresses, complications may become more frequent and complex. Current evidence suggests that physical activity and long-term rehabilitation should be recommended to patients with chronic respiratory conditions since physical activity improves health outcomes and does not substantially increase the risk of harm.

The project aims to the development of rehabilitation programs and plans, improvement of student training, post-graduate training, improvement of patient education, education of patient’s families and patients’ organizations, and improvement of patients’ quality of life.

The project also aims at upskilling the competences of:

– University physiotherapy/ physical activity /sports /nursing students that need to acquire the professional competencies required by today’s patients with chronic respiratory conditions;

-Physiotherapy/ physical activity /sports /nursing professionals in practice willing to specialize in a particular field.

 

The project aims to the development of rehabilitation programs and plans, improvement of student training, post-graduate.

Coordinator:

University of Opolsky – Poland

https://uni.opole.pl/en

Partners

EIA – ENSINO E INVESTIGACAO E ADMINISTRACAO SA – Portugal

www.essatla.pt

PIXEL ASSOCIAZIONE CULTURALE – Italy

https://www.pixel-online.net/

UNIVERSITY OF ZADAR STUDIUM – Croatia

https://www.unizd.hr/eng/

TURKU UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCE – Finland

https://www.tuas.fi/en/

KLAIPEDA UNIVERSITY – Lithuania

https://www.ku.lt/en/

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.