CORE Group, 5th Management Committee and Working Groups Meetings, 2nd -4th October 2019, Verona, Italy

By | September 30, 2019

The 5th Management Committee, the CORE Group and the four Working Groups of the COST-funded project “RATIONING – MISSED CARE: An international and multidimensional problem” were held on the 2nd-4th October 2019 in Verona, Italy, hosted by University of Verona.

During the first day, October 2nd, the Core Group members met to plan next steps and update on the progress of the Working Groups research and publication work, annual Training Schools, Short Term Scientific Missions, and other dissemination activities.

The Management Committee meeting took place on the second day, October 3rd 2019 followed by the Working groups meetings the same and next day!

Check what were the impressions of our members!!

Alvisa Palese (IT), Evridiki Papastravou (CY), Luisa Saiani (IT)
Evridiki Papastravou (CY), “ Many thanks to the Verona University, the University of Udine, the organisers, the academics and the students for the warm welcome and their excellent hospitality!
It is so important working and meeting in such a beautiful, historical and inspiring place that made our meetings and work more productive, pleasant and joyful.
Verona is a place that i would recommend for studying, professional meetings and an excellent place to live!!”

Panayiota Andreou (CY) “Verona, what an inspiring place to work in and great people to work with! Another RANCARE event has successfully ended and specials thanks to the local organising committee team   for making it happen!”

Riita Suhonen (FI), Anne P Scott (UK), Helena Leino-Kilpi (FI): “RANCARE-meeting in Verona was a future-oriented event! Professional arrangements and socially excellent. My special thank goes to students working in the meeting -and being so helpful in practical matters. The whole city of Verona is an impressive place, and allowed opportunities also for planning new ideas for future. This is the place to visit again!”

Olga Riklkiene (LT): “Meeting in Verona was very productive, emotional and promising. I appreciate WG4 members for their active participation and their input here and through the whole project”.

Maria Schubert (CH): “Verona and the University of Verona are inspiring places. I am looking forward to the working group meeting”.

Kristin Halvorsen and Heidi Jerpseth (NO): “Enjoyed very much the RANCARE meeting in Verona. Discussing dimensions of missed care is so important. Thank you to the arrangement committee for arranging this meeting in this wonderful city”.

Ruta Ciutiene (LT): “It was nice meeting the project team in Verona. WG2 members had hot discussions on the missed nursing care and LEAN in nursing care. Meeting was very fruitful. Thank you, all the team, for cooperation and good time in Verona!!!”

Darja Jarosova (CZ): “It was very useful and inspiring meeting for my future professional activities”.

Erica Bassi (IT), Elena Gurkova (SK), Aysel Ozsaban (TR): “in Verona was very fine, effective. I appreciate WG1 members for their studies for the meeting. Thank you so much for helps.”

Christophe Baret (FR): “I found it very inspiring to participate to this RANCARE meeting in Verona. Missed care is becoming a global preoccupation”.
Renate Stemmer (DE): “RANCARE-Action is very helpful for deepening the knowledge of rationing and missed nursing care”.
Karin Christiansen (DK)

Marcel Leppee (HR): “Very beautiful and wonderful atmosphere in and so beautiful Verona”.
Erna Tichelaar (NL): “It was good and inspiring. Good atmosphere”.
Raul Cordeiro (PT): “Great moments as usual. Fantastic Group”.
Hans-Peter de Ruiter (AT): “Great discussions and wonderful hospitality”.

Darijana Antonic (BA): “I have great moments in my working group. Verona is very nice”.
Jasminka Vuckovic (BA): “Thank you for a great moment Verona ”.

Working Group 1, “Conceptualisation, Organisational Issues, Research Methodology”

Working Group 1, “Conceptualisation, Organisational Issues, Research Methodology”

Working Group 3, “The ethical dimension including patients’ rights”

Working Group 3, “The ethical dimension including patients’ rights”

Working Group 3, “The ethical dimension including patients’ rights”

Working Group 4, “Educational issues and training”

Working Group 4, “Educational issues and training”

Working Group 4, “Educational issues and training”