Friday, 17. 4. 2015

Upgraded Comprehensive Patient Care (cpc+)

Partners of the 'Upgraded Comprehensive Patient Care (CPC+)' project signed a partnership agreement on 17 April 2015 in the City Hall. The project is funded under the 2009–2014 Norwegian Financial Mechanism programme and will end on 30 April 2016.

Prevention and treatment of chronic diseases is a future challenge of health care systems. Within the scope of the project, the holder of the project – the Community Health Centre Ljubljana will carry out the upgrade of the model of comprehensive patient treatment together with its partners. The CPC+ project with a district nurse thus introduces an additional member to the health care team which treats mainly the elderly, chronically ill and those living in rural areas and who have problems visiting the appointed doctor.

The key objective of the project is to prevent diseases related to the life style. To attain this objective, the following specific objectives are defined: educating the professional staff for a quality treatment of patients in the field of prevention and dealing with chronic diseases and educating the general public about the healthy life style.

The following partners participate in the implementation of the project of the Community Health Centre Ljubljana and the City of Ljubljana.
• DNV GL Norway (partner for quality assurance)
• University of Ljubljana, the Faculty of Medicine, Chair of Family Medicine (partner for expert contents and education)
• Chamber of medical and midwifery care of Slovenia – Association of professional associations of nurses, midwives and health technicians, Slovenia (partner for professional target public partner)
• Institute Prava Poteza (partner for dissemination and organisation)