Joint Job Burnout Interventions for Beginner Nurses, Nurse Students and Care Workers Erasmus Project

General information for the Joint Job Burnout Interventions for Beginner Nurses, Nurse Students and Care Workers Erasmus Project

Joint Job Burnout Interventions for Beginner Nurses, Nurse Students and Care Workers Erasmus Project
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Project Title

Joint Job Burnout Interventions for Beginner Nurses, Nurse Students and Care Workers

Project Key Action

This project related with these key action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

Project Action Type

This project related with this action type : Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training

Project Call Year

This project’s Call Year is 2016

Project Topics

This project is related with these Project Topics: New innovative curricula/educational methods/development of training courses; Health and wellbeing; Open and distance learning

Project Summary

Burnout is a syndrome affecting more and more European care and health professions due to exposure to a wide range of potentially stressful situations and social and economic conditions. Nurses, nurse students and care workers are permanently in contact to vulnerable people, illness and death, they are subject to multiple job stressors including high workloads, irregular and unsocial hours of work, high physical and emotional demands. Cuts of hiring, labour migration and need to integrate in new professional and social contexts are also challenging conditions. JOBIS project succeeded to raise awareness among health and care professionals, as well as among stakeholders concerning the need for increased knowledge, attitude change and acquisition of practices for preventing and coping with burnout syndrome in the 5 partner countries – Romania, Lithuania, Poland, Cyprus, Italy. The solution offered by JOBIS was an international burnout prevention and coping blended-learning methodology addressed to nurses, care workers and social workers, for which a VET curricula, training contents and ICT materials were developed, a training platform for the on line training and coaching activities were created and tested, a network of specialized trainers were trained and coached, a pilot training sessions was organized in order to fine-tune tools and materials. As a consequence of the project activities, 15 trainers were trained in burnout prevention and coping blended-learning methodology, 647 nurses and nurse students and 40 care workers participated in burnout prevention and coping VET trainings during the project duration, a sustainable and transferable burnout prevention and coping training platform in 5 languages was created, 5 dissemination seminars were organized. The project had an important impact on the competences on burnout prevention and coping of the target groups in the 5 countries and at European level, on the awareness level of stakeholders concerning the need of health and social professionals to protect against burnout using high quality accessible and attractive training solutions and, not lately, on the capacity building of the partner organizations as a result of participating in the project.

EU Grant (Eur)

Funding of the project from EU: 152642 Eur

Project Coordinator

Ordinul Asistentilor Medicali Generalisti, Moaselor si Asistentilor Medicali din Romania Filiala Iasi & Country: RO

Project Partners

  • Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Lodzi
  • ANZIANI E NON SOLO SOCIETA COOPERATIVA SOCIALE
  • KLAIPEDOS VALSTYBINE KOLEGIJA
  • TECHNOLOGIKO PANEPISTIMIO KYPROU