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Healthcare Leadership and Management Development Institute

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Vízió

Tudásalapú hálózatszervezet vagyunk, mely a 21.század egészségügy paradigmáját szimbolizálja.

HLMDI (angolból)

H – Boldogság és relatív jóléti állapot fenntartása. L – Tanulás, mely a legfontosabb mérhető tőkét adja a fejlődéshez

 M – Menedzsment és teljes körű vezetés a szinergia érdekében


 D – Fejlődés optimalizált és fenntartható módon



 I –Inspirált és inspiráló attitűd  

Magunkról

Hiszünk a tudatos gazdasági és egészségügyi rendszerben. Együtt élünk a jövővel, így valósítjuk meg azt. Hiszünk magunkban, mint a változás vezetőiben. Egyek vagyunk a globális egészségügyi rendszerrel.

Elérhetőség

Cím: Health Leaders Egyesület, Pécs, 7633, Építők útja 4/a. Mobilszám: (0036) 70 9462399

Misszió

Segítjük a decentralizációs folyamatot a magyar egészségügyben, és felgyorsítani a válaszoló, hatásos, hatékony rendszer kialakulását.

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2017 május 10. (szerda) 10:09

CRAIN's Cleveland Biz: Nurse Training CSU 4 Metro Health

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Cleveland State University will offer bachelor's and master's of science degrees in nursing for registered nurses through a new partnership with MetroHealth.

The blended-delivery approach will include some classes taught at MetroHealth, and in-person and online coursework taught by Cleveland State professors.

The goal is to enable working nurses to affordably and conveniently enhance their education in a time when Northeast Ohio has an increasing need for highly educated nurse managers, according to a news release.

"CSU and MetroHealth both recognize the importance of expanding the number of qualified nursing professionals who can meet growing demand for quality care," said Dr. Timothy Gaspar, dean of the School of Nursing at Cleveland State, in a statement. "This partnership seeks to provide a pathway for current nurses to augment their credentials and clinical expertise as an added value to MetroHealth and the community as a whole."

The programs will be eligible for employee reimbursement by MetroHealth and will have some openings to nurses at other health systems in the area. The two institutions plan to enroll up to 30 nurses in the master's program and up to 30 in the bachelor's program each year.

"Our nurses are compassionate caregivers and patient care is their top priority," said Melissa Kline, vice president and chief nursing officer at MetroHealth, in a prepared statement. "Advancing their education will ultimately lead to better outcomes for our patients."

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20170509/NEWS/170509810/cleveland-state-metrohealth-partner-in-effort-to-educate-nurses

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Effort seeks to ensure region can meet demand for nursing professionals

Due to the growing population of older Americans, as Baby Boomers age, and the ageing-out of many nurse leaders/executives, Northeast Ohio has an increasing need for highly-educated nurse managers who can help meet the needs of our community. Cleveland State University and The MetroHealth System are combining forces to ensure the region has enough nursing professionals to meet health care demand by providing enhanced educational opportunities for nurses.

Through the partnership, CSU will offer both a Master’s of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing for individuals who are already registered nurses, on-site at MetroHealth. The blended delivery approach, which will be eligible for employee reimbursement by MetroHealth, will include in-person and online coursework taught by CSU professors. The initiative is designed to allow working nurses to enhance their education affordably and conveniently, minimizing disruptions to other aspects of their lives.

“CSU and MetroHealth both recognize the importance of expanding the number of qualified nursing professionals who can meet growing demand for quality care,” notes Dr. Timothy Gaspar, dean of the School of Nursing at Cleveland State. “This partnership seeks to provide a pathway for current nurses to augment their credentials and clinical expertise as an added value to MetroHealth and the community as a whole.”

"Our nurses are compassionate caregivers and patient care is their top priority," says Melissa Kline, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, vice-president and chief nursing officer at MetroHealth. "Advancing their education will ultimately lead to better outcomes for our patients."

CSU and MetroHealth plan to enroll up to 20-30 nurses in the master’s program and up to 20-30 in the bachelor’s program annually and will offer some openings in each program to nurses at other health systems in the region. This is one of the first blended educational programs being offered by a university at a health care system.

“As one of the largest undergraduate nursing schools in the State of Ohio, CSU is dedicated to working with our community to address the educational and health care needs of the region,” Gaspar adds. “This effort is just one of several unique initiatives we are undertaking to work with our health care partners to provide the best nursing education possible in our community.”

https://www.csuohio.edu/news/csu-metrohealth-partner-enhance-nursing-education-and-public%E2%80%99s-health

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 május 10. (szerda) 09:58

CRAIN's Cleveland Business Lydia Coutre on TEAM NEO

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Northeast Ohio has reached — and maybe even passed — a key tipping point in the region's efforts to grow the biomedical industry, said Aram Nerpouni, president and CEO of BioEnterprise.

Not only is the region seeing more acquisition activity, but there's also been an increase in companies staying here and adding to the economy, he said.

"We're no longer just the prey. We're also the predator when it comes to the biomedical space," Nerpouni said.

BioEnterprise, a local nonprofit tasked with helping health care startups, began in 2002, bringing Northeast Ohio institutions around the table to figure out how to grow the region's biomedical sector. That sector grew 59% between 2000 and 2016 to become a $5.6 billion industry, according to a report from BioEnterprise and Team Northeast Ohio, the regional business attraction nonprofit.

Manufacturing employment has been declining since the early 2000s, but those losses were offset by growth in health care, said Jacob Duritsky, vice president of strategy and research for Team NEO.

Historically strong industries in the region — automotive, steel, manufacturing — help drive a productive biomedical sector, he said.

"If you think about job creation, output, future productivity, it truly is the overlap of those innovations onto these historically really strong industries," Duritsky said.

In roughly the past decade, the region has gone from having institutions, a vision and some capabilities to having companies, infrastructure and an ecosystem around the biomedical industry, said Bill Koehler, Team NEO CEO.

"They're not just companies that pay people that generate payroll tax," he said. "These are entities and industries and supply chains that are rich and need to be cultivated and nurtured, et cetera, so that we can continue to grow. And that's what we're seeing."

Nerpouni said he was a little worried about a lull in 2015 with only 34 local health care startup companies raising venture capital. But in 2016, that jumped to 46, the second-highest number in the past five years.

In total, those 46 companies raised about $197.8 million in venture investment, just below the $200 million threshold the region had been achieving and surpassing.

Nerpouni is focused on the "incredible diversification" in health care, which he said bodes well for future years.

"It's not like we're hanging our hat on one sector and forsaking everything else," Nerpouni said. "It's a really nice mix of things we're good at as a region in medical devices, and things that are broad opportunities in the larger economy that we want to make sure we're riding that wave as well."

BioEnterprise defines biomedical in three categories: medical devices, pharmaceutical and health care technology.

Medical device companies raised 45% of the capital funding in the region, leading as it historically has. Biotech and pharmaceutical companies raised 29%.

And though health care IT and software and services companies accounted for the smallest slice of the pie with 25%, funding in this sector more than doubled between 2015 and 2016.

The growth is in part driven by the fact that determining the success of a health IT company is cheaper and faster than other areas that require years of clinical trials and a lengthy approval process.

There isn't as much job creation here in pharma, Nerpouni said, but companies like Abeona Therapeutics (which develops gene therapy and plasma-based products for rare diseases) and BioMotiv (focuses on accelerating breakthrough discoveries into therapeutics) are very helpful in shifting that paradigm.

Growth in the biomedical industry also has a horizontal effect that can resonate across the broader economy, Koehler said.

For instance, other industries may look at how they can leverage the growth in technology for their own companies.

"When you look at the opportunity in health care and biomedical, this isn't something where we're hoping it happens. This isn't something where we need a transformational change to really get us on the right track," Nerpouni said. "We're probably 10 years into what is a 20- or 30-year cycle when you look at this cluster development where we've made a tremendous amount of progress."

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20170220/NEWS/170229999

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 május 10. (szerda) 09:55

TEAM NEO Analysis: A predator in Biomed

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About Team NEO

Team NEO is an economic development organization focused on creating jobs for Northeast Ohio’s residents. In collaboration with our partners, it leads the region’s business attraction efforts, supports business retention and expansion work as Northeast Ohio’s JobsOhio affiliate, accelerates the impact of innovation in the region, and aligns strategies and resources within the economic development network to maximize its impact. In addition, Team NEO provides tools to assist employers in attracting talent to the region. For more information, visit www.clevelandplus.com.

Region sees 59% growth in biomedical sector from 2000 to 2016

The biomedical industry in Northeast Ohio has grown 59 percent from 2000 to 2016 while other industries remained relatively flat, reports the quarterly Cleveland Plus Economic Review released today by Team Northeast Ohio (Team NEO).

“Our biomedical industry benefits from Northeast Ohio’s talented individuals, its world-class institutions, its strong support system for entrepreneurs and start-ups, and its globally competitive manufacturing sector,” said Bill Koehler, Team NEO’s CEO. “We have confidence that the industry will continue to flourish here as our region applies its expertise in areas such as additive manufacturing as well as smart devices and systems to biomedical applications.”

Northeast Ohio experienced rapid growth in the biomedical industry, with $2.3 billion invested in more than 400 start-ups since 2003. As the sector advances, there is opportunity for continued job growth.

Other statistics of Northeast Ohio’s economic indicators for the 18 counties include:

  • Total Employment is at 1.88 million
    • Employment has increased by17,000 jobs year-over-year
  • NEO Unemployment Rate Decreases year-over-year
    • The Northeast Ohio unemployment rate averaged 6.0 percent in Q1 2016, a decrease from 6.2 percent in Q1 2015
  • Services Sector Sees Year-Over-Year Growth
    • The services sector has added almost 19,000 jobs since Q1 2015
  • Well Production Activity Grows in Q4 2016
    • There are 1,020 wells in production statewide

Team NEO publishes the Cleveland Plus Economic Review quarterly to provide a holistic picture of Northeast Ohio’s economy. It is the only regular source of collective economic data for the 18-county region. The nonprofit organization uses the information to attract new businesses and jobs to Northeast Ohio and help those that are here grow.

Team NEO uses Moody’s Economy.com and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data and Ohio’s Labor Marketing Information to aggregate regional figures.

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 május 10. (szerda) 09:53

TEAM NEO News: Biomedical Industry Growth

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Quarterly Economic Review Highlights Region’s Biomedical Industry Growth

As highlighted in Team NEO’s most recent Quarterly Economic Review (QER), Northeast Ohio’s biomedical industry is vibrant and growing. The region’s biomedical sector, which includes medical device manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and therapeutics, and research and development, is a $5.6 billion industry with more than 700 companies. The report examines the region’s biomedical industry growth since 2000, noting that the industry has grown 59% from 2000 – 2016.

As the region enhances its reputation as a biomedical hub, it is progressively attracting the attention of venture capitalists, making it a prime location for biomedical start-ups. In fact, since 2003, more than 400 biomedical start-ups have cumulatively raised $2.3 billion in private capital. What is more, the region has tallied 61 exits since 2002. A few notable exits include CardioInsight to Medtronic, Explorys to IBM, and EnvisionRX to Rite Aid. Given the region’s innumerable biomedical assets, exits like these are possible as start-ups are able to grow and thrive in our region. As the below graphs illustrate, Northeast Ohio’s biomedical start-ups continue to see increased investment as the region’s biomedical industry matures.

http://www.clevelandplus.com/business/news-press-and-updates/northeast-ohios-biomedical-assets/

Investments in Biomedical Start-Ups Continue to Increase

Investment in NEO

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

 
2017 április 12. (szerda) 00:00

Foundations in Migration and Healthcare Certificate

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Code

CERUND0117

Credit weight

60

Contact Hours

230

Program Title:

Foundations in Migration and Healthcare Certificate

Introduction to International Education & Work Placement EU

Entry Criteria

High School Degree, Screening Interview Pass, Pre-Admission Counselling, Application, Registration, Acceptance Letter, Signature of the Student Contract and Code of Conduct, Admission


Director:

Prof.Titl. Dr.István Szilárd

Co-Director :

Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi

 

Contacts:

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Mobile: +36 30 387 1246 (office)

+36 30 747 2251 (private)

Contacts:

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Mobile: +36 20 957 4021

 

Short Overview :

(College)

The career wide programs are designed for those seeking success in language competencies, international life skills , improved edge at the educational ,professional and on-job development skills development in Hungary and the EU. The programs are offered at under grad pre-entry, post-grad pre-entry, doctoral and post-doctoral pre-entry levels. The programs include job placement and employability courses, on-job integration training for the newly hired as well as the professionals seeking self-efficacy in their work and life contexts.

Partner Universities and their Educators as well as leading non-academic Experts have been involved in the design and delivery of the programs.

The  Migration and Integration Capacity Building programs of the Nobilite Career Development and Integration College (NCIC) are designed to assist “managed mobility” in supporting a synergistic and mutually productive co-existence between the migrant stakeholders namely migrant, her/his family, peers from the same culture on the one hand and the  host stakeholders by a team of internationally certified and active experts in the field of migration and integration health.

Research has proven that “managed migration” can not only help in reducing the so-called ‘catch-up’ time of the new entrants  but can also help in accelerating the speed of reaching “productive hours” and promote the overall psycho-social well-being of the host and migrants.

The Health and Public Heath Aspects of Migration enjoy the highest priority in the domain of Mobility, Migration and Integration, therefore the participants of the various programs of the NCIC are sensitized regarding these aspects .In addition areas of Social and Behavioural Aspects of Migration, Economic Aspects of Migration are delivered along an arrayof optional subjects in the fields of medicine, engineering, natural and social sciences as well as economics  Another  emerging area of focus includes Sustainable Development, Innovation and Migration.

 

Sessions (weeks) : Every week teaching starting Feb 13th and May 20th. May 20th beginning of the individual project weeks and presentations. June 20th exam period

(Co-ordination by Chair of the Student Affairs: Dr.Zoltán Katz, Ez az email cím védett a spam robotoktól, a megtekintéséhez engedélyezni kell a Javascriptet. )

Teaching days Mondays-Saturdays at the Migration Health premises (Kurt St.entrance building G)


1.Feb

14,15,17

(10-12:00)

(13:00-16:00)

Feb 14: Introduction to interdisciplinary learning (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

Feb 15: Health and public aspects of migration (1) (Prof.Dr.István Szilárd)

Feb 17: Epidemiology (Prof.Dr.Levente Emődy)

2.Feb 18

(10:00-12:00)

(13:00-18:00)

Language for academic purposes (Wesley János College)

2.Feb

21,22,24

(10:00-12:00)

(13:00-16:00)

Feb 21: Introduction to interdisciplinary learning and academic writing (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

Feb 22: Health and public aspects of migration (1) (Prof.Dr.István Szilárd)

Feb 24: Social and behavioral aspects of migration (Prof.Dr.Árpád Baráth)

3.Feb-March

28,01,03

(10:00-12:00)

(13:00-16:00)

Feb 28: European culture and religion (Wesley János College)

March 1: Occupational  health (1) (Dr.Tibold Antal)

March 3: European culture and religion (Wesley János College)

4.March

07,08,10

(13:00-17:00)

March 07: Occupational health  and environmental medicine (Dr.Tibold Antal)

March 08: Social and behavioral aspects of migration (Prof.Dr.Árpád Baráth)

March 10: Epidemiology (Prof.Dr.Levente Emődy)

5.March

14,17,18

(15th Holiday)

(13:00-17:00)

March 14: EU TENDERS (Dr.Szabolcs Fekete)

March 17: Economic aspects of migration (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

(13:00-16:00)

March 18: Language for academic purposes (Wesley János College)

10:00-12:00, 13:00-17:00

6.March

21,22,24

(13:00-17:00)

March 21: Health aspects of migration (Prof.Dr.Szilárd István)

March 22: Biology  (Dr.Kata Kiss)

March 24: Introduction to pharma in hungary and Eu (Dr.Zoltán Katz)

7.March

28,29,31

(13:00-17:00)

March 28: Health systems and migration (Prof.Dr.Szilárd István)

March 29: Biology  (Dr.Kata Kiss)

March 31: Introduction to pharma in hungary and Eu (Dr.Zoltán Katz)

8.April 01

10:00-12:00

13:00-18:00

Language for academic purposes (Wesley János College)

9.April

04,05,07

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

April 04: Health systems and migration (Prof.Dr.Szilárd István)

April 05: Economic aspects of migration  (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

April 07: Social and behavioral aspects of migration(Prof.Dr.Baráth Árpád)

10.April

18,19,21

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

April 18: Eu law for non eu citizens and businesses (Dr.András Németh)

April 19: Biochemistry (Dr.Zoltán Katz)

April 21: Business and human resource development in hungary and eu (Mr.Robert Mansfield )

11.April

25,26,28

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

April 25: Public health assessment amongst diverse ethnicities (Prof.Dr.István Kiss)

April 26: Access to health services and prevention amongst new entrants (Prof.Dr.István Szilárd)

April 28: Sustainable development,innovation and migration (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

12.April

29

10:00-12:00

13:00-18:00

Language for academic purposes (Wesley János College)

13.May

02,03,05

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

May 02: Foundations of integration governance (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

May 03: Foundations of integration governance (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

May 05: Advancements of IT hardware and software in healthcare (Mr.Róbert Vajda)

14.MAY (06)

15:00-18:00

Foundations of integration governance (Mrs.Zsófia Pásztor)

15.MAY

09,10,12

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

May 09: Public health assessment amongst diverse ethnicities (Prof.Dr.István Kiss)

May 10: Access to health services and prevention amongst  new entrants (Prof.Dr.István Szilárd)

May 12: social and behavioral aspects of migration (Prof.Dr. Árpád Baráth)

 

16.May 13

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

Language for academic purposes (Wesley János College)

 

17.May

16,17

10:00-12:00

13:00-16:00

May 16: Economic aspescts of migration (Dr.Kia Goolesorkhi)

May 17: European culture and religion (Wesley János College)

18.June 06

10:00-12:00

13:00-17:00

FINAL PRESENTATION DAY

19. June  20

14:00-17:00

Reflective overview panel discussion

20.June 27

10:00-12:00

Final comprehensive exam

21. July 07

10:00-12:00

Final re-take

22. July 14

10:00-12:00

Final 3rd chance

23.July 20

10:00-12:00

CERTIFICATE CEREMONY

Learning Min Outcomes:

Knowledge

This certificate program is built around 8 major areas and focuses on promoting the knowledge regarding the self-cultural exclusives as well as those of the host context Hungary from a Migration and Healthcare perspective offering best practices for achieving “participatory integration” for a win-win-win outcome helping the individual ,the families and the host culture Hungary and its extended context within the EU.

Learning Min Outcomes:

Skills

Co-learning and interdisciplinary learning, diversity learning ,intercultural communication, self-efficacy, appreciative inquiry, global health, participatory research, foundation English, auto ethnography and multi-cultural ethnography.

Teaching and Learning Strategies:

The design motivates self learning,and co-learning with the aimof co-creation The mix of lectures, seminars, and consultations. Focus is given to both individual and group work of the students.

Assessment Scheme:

(51% needed for a pass!)

Class  participation and semester papers                                                 20%

Integration plan 25 A4 pages and 15 min presentation                             30%

Reflective overview and  panel discussion                                                20%

Comprehensive exam                                                                           30%

Core Learning Materials:

Submitted by the professors Refer to your handbook

Optional Learning Material:

Submitted by the professors Refer to your handbook

Írta: Gombár Gabriella

 

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