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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  


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.


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


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

  • Vízió

  • HLMDI (angolból)

  • Magunkról

  • Elérhetőség

  • Misszió


2016 október 26. (szerda) 03:11

International conference "The including employment in France and in Europe, Supported employment prg


Within the framework of the 20th edition of the European Disability Employment Week 2016, LADAPT and his partners organise the fourth international conference, with the involvement of the economic world, as well as key political and civil society partners. This conference has been organised under the High Patronage of Mr François Hollande, President of the French Republic and the European Parliament as well as under the patronage of Mr Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission.

The conference will take place on Thursday, November 10th, 2016 at the UNESCO House (access : 125 avenue de Suffren, Paris 7e). The reception will be made from 9:30 am. The conference will end up at 16.30 pm.



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Practical information

Írta: Kia Goolesorkhi

2016 október 26. (szerda) 02:58

Peer-Learning Approach to Review Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems


What do coherent financing mechanisms for systems for inclusive education look like? Which critical levers impact upon the effectiveness of funding policy mechanisms to reduce disparities in education? These are among the key questions in the Financing Policies for Inclusive Education Systems (FPIES) partnership project, running from 2016 to 2018.

FPIES is based on direct co-operation between the Ministries of Education in Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Slovenia, the Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona) and the Agency. In the next phase of the project, each of the six partner ministries will host a Country Study Visit. These visits will give key national stakeholders and FPIES project partners the opportunity to examine different educational funding approaches.

Peer-learning approach

During the Country Study Visits, information will be gathered using a ‘peer-learning’ approach, which is a new and innovative way of working for the Agency. This methodology has proved to be effective in supporting policy-makers to objectively review their country policy and practice. The approach is geared towards facilitating self-review and experience exchange that will support longer-term policy development and implementation. The findings collected and analysed from across the six visits will lead to the development of a policy guidance framework. This will present ‘state-of-the-art’ information for policy-makers dealing with the financing of inclusive education.

Ahead of each visit, the host country will produce a detailed report about the funding mechanisms in its inclusive education system. A further report will be produced after each visit, presenting the visit discussions and analysing key issues in the country’s system of financing inclusive education.

The first Country Study Visit will take place in Norway from 23 to 25 November.

Further information

FPIES is funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Key Action 3 ‘Forward-Looking Cooperation Projects’ framework. More information is available on the project web area and on the European Commission’s dedicated project area.

Írta: Gabriella Gombar

2016 október 26. (szerda) 02:47

Can leukocyte antisedimentation rate (LAR) predict septic complications and critical care survival ?


Can leukocyte antisedimentation rate (LAR) predict septic complications and critical care survival early in polytrauma and burn victims? Rozanovic M,Csontos Cs.,BogarL.,Sziligy L.,Bocskai T., Kovacs P.,Matancic M.,Miseta A.,Loibl Cs. (2016)

Article in Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation · October 2016 DOI: 10.3233/CH-168024


Background: In polytrauma and burn injury Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) develops. SIRS is presented in many hospitalized patients, including those who never develop infection or sepsis. Both in SIRS and sepsis the leukocyte activation occurs. In acute phase reaction leukocytes' upward flotation i.e. leukocyte antisedimentation rate (LAR) can indicate infectious origin. Objective: To evaluate the predictive power of LAR, serum C-reactive protein (CRP) and procalcitonin (PCT) levels regarding mortality risk and development of septic complications. Methods: In a prospective, observational study, 36 patients were followed for 5 days (T1-T5) after admission to a critical care unit immediately with severe polytrauma or burn injury. Eleven patients developed septic complications, their LAR, CRP and PCT levels were analyzed before and after 3 days of sepsis was declared. Results: Ten patients died due to septic complications. In survivors LAR at T1 (p < 0.001) and T2 (p < 0.001) as well as CRP at T1 (p < 0.05) were significantly higher compared to controls and non survivors. In septic patients LAR (p < 0.05) and CRP (p < 0.05) showed a significant drop one day before sepsis was declared. PCT levels failed to predict this. Conclusions: Drop in LAR and CRP levels may be warning signs regarding the onset of septic complications after severe polytrauma and burn injury


Írta: Gabriella Gombar

2016 október 24. (hétfő) 10:29

ENIEC elderly EuropeNetwork Conference Discussions


Internal Meetings will be held this week regarding the planning of the upcoming ENIEC conference in Pécs

ENIEC Message from Mohammad Baba

Dear ENIEC members, The summer has finally introduced herself in The Netherlands. I hope that you are able to enjoy this period of time in your country. Especially in our current world where it seems that every day a big and/or small incident is testing our ability as human beings to live together and share this place we all call home, Earth. The ENIEC buzz is alive during the year. Many of our members are involved in one way or the other in preparing the 10th annual meeting in 2017. It is with great pleasure that the board can confirm that the anniversary meeting which will be held in the beautiful city of Pécs in Hungary. It has been our ambition to introduce ENIEC to the eastern part of Europe and vice versa. The board was able to join the organizing committee in Pécs a few weeks ago. The report and our findings are mentioned in this issue of the newsletter. The board is confident that we can follow up on the outcome of the last annual meeting and express the power of the network during the 10th annual meeting in Pécs, Hungary next year. Also included in this newsletter, is the official invitation letter of the annual meeting 2017. The Hungarian organizing committee is inviting all the members of ENIEC to Pécs and sharing with you the context of the area and their ideas. Let me express my gratitude and good luck wishes to the organizing committee: István Szilárd, Lajos Bogár, Zoltán Katz and their local supporting staff. We hope to welcome you all in Pécs from Wednesday the 29th of March until Friday the 31st of March. A tip from the board if you are planning (which I hope you all will) to visit the 10th annual meeting in Pécs next year, is to book your flight to Hungary as soon as possible. We are aware that for our Nordic and Southern members Hungary is a bit further away. By booking earlier in time we hope that all of you might receive flight tickets for reasonable prices. As the board has also experienced herself, the shuttle from Budapest to Pécs is easy accessible. More practical information will be shared later in time by the organizing committee. Enjoy the summer period and reading this newsletter! Warm regards, Mohamed Baba

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Írta: Gabriella Gombar

2016 október 09. (vasárnap) 20:15

Nobilte Integration College Entry Certificates


Nobilte Intergration College in Collaboration with Breakthrough Co and HLMDI offer an expanded range of vocational and higher Education certificates with a focus on Integration and Circular Migration .

In 2016 Nobilite has been invited to design circular migration and integration packages that facilitate study and work in Hungary, study in the UK , study in the US, Canada and Australia

In Hungary the network is in close collaboration with the University of Pécs (UP) offering entry certificates, counselling and assistance for a wide range of semester/year-long, programs in Psychology, International Relations, Business Administration, Applied Management, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Computer Science, English and American Studies, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Art History, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramic Design, Graphic Design and Music.


For further information contact: Mrs. Gabriella Gombar ( Ez az email cím védett a spam robotoktól, a megtekintéséhez engedélyezni kell a Javascriptet. ). Tel: 0036709462399

Note: Counselling is conducted in 5 languages. The language of instruction is English.

At the UP level : Credit transfer and dormitory placements in recently refurbished and fully equipped residence halls are extended

Írta: Gabriella Gombar


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