Welcome to Erasmus+ Project

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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Our Partner Organisations


State Medical Institute

Partner FEFU

Far East
Federal University

Partner Hanoi

Medical University

Kazan Innovative University

Innovative University

Lithuanian University Of Health

Lithuanian University
Of Health Sciences

Moscow First Medical University

First Medical University

Siberian State Medical University

Siberian State
Medical University

Tashkent Medical Academy

Medical Academy

Thai Nguyen University

Thai Nguyen

University College Dublin

University College

University Of Pavia

University Of Pavia

Valencia Polytechnic University

Polytechnic University


Founded by the
Erasmus+ Programme
of the European Union

The Erasmus Programme (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) is a European Union (EUStudent Exchange Programme established in 1987.
Erasmus+ is the new programme combining all the EU's current schemes for education, training, youth and sport. 

Project Coordinator

Assoc. Professor Mary Casey

UCD School of Nursing,
Midwifery & Health Systems
Belfield, Dublin 4

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