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Core group meeting, 20th February 2018, Leuven, Belgium

RANCARE action will organise next core group meeting, on February 20th in Leuven, Belgium. Host of the event will be the Leuven Institute for Healthcare, KU Leuven. For more information for the reimbursement process of the Core group members please visit the link.

CORE Group, 3rd Management Committee and Working Groups Meetings, 10th -11th October 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

The 3rd Management Committee, the CORE Group and the four Working Groups of the COST-funded project “RATIONING – MISSED CARE: An international and multidimensional problem” met on the 10th and 11th October 2017 at Hotel ILF in Prague, hosted by University of Ostrava. Through the two-day events, the RANCARE Action aimed to facilitate discussion on… Read More »

TRAINING SCHOOLS 18th – 22nd September 2017, Turku, Finland

The RANCARE Action is pleased to announce the call for applications for two Training Schools which will be held in Turku, Finland between 18th -22nd of September, 2017. Both Training Schools will run in parallel. The focus of the 1st Training School will be on Conceptual, Organisational and Methodological Issues of Nursing Care Rationing (lead… Read More »

1st RANCARE Conference – COST Action ‘The Challenges of Nursing Care Rationing’, 23rd February 2017, Limassol, Cyprus

The 1st RANCARE Conference “the challenges of nursing care rationing” was held on Thursday 23rd February 2017 at the Poseidonia hotel in Limassol, Cyprus. In total, 80 participants attended the event: members of the Management Committee, International members, researchers from all over Europe. Speakers representatives of 23 countries, presented topics of all working groups: conceptualisation,… Read More »

Kick-off meeting of RANCARE COST Action Brussels, September 2016

Press Release The launch of the COST-funded project ‘RATIONING – MISSED CARE: An international and multidimensional problem’ took place on 20th September 2016 in Brussels. There is increasing evidence that the prevalence of rationing of nursing care is high in acute care hospitals internationally and is consistently associated with negative patient, nurse and organizational outcomes.… Read More »