Improving Healthcare Outcomes In Chronic Disease.
Enhancing The Curriculum At Masters Level (IHOD)
This project proposes to develop courses targeted at a broad range of healthcare professionals, clinicians, nurses, health promotion and public health specialists having a cross-disciplinary nature, joining patient care and public health approaches. UCD as the lead EU partner is responsible for building a strong partnership to develop a transdisciplinary masters programme in improving healthcare outcomes in chronic disease. The funding amounts to just under 1 million euro and the project will run for 36 months.
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Assoc. Professor Mary Casey
UCD School of Nursing,
Midwifery & Health Systems
Belfield, Dublin 4