The resident Francesco Lafergola represented the N-PATH project at the 3rd Congress of the Polish Vascular Access Club, which was helded from 14 to 15 October 2022 in Warsaw, at the Arche Hotel Krakowska.
Professor Loreto Gesualdo, N-PATH Principal Investigator, had illustrate the project to the audience.
Here’s the Prof. Gesualdo speech:
The resident Francesco Lafergola will represent the N-PATH project at the 3rd Congress of the Polish Vascular Access Club, which will be held from 14 to 15 October 2022 in Warsaw, at the Arche Hotel Krakowska.
Francesco, together with Professor Loreto Gesualdo, N-PATH Principal Investigator, will illustrate the project to the audience. You could find more info at this link.
During the EVA Meeting in Patras, Nick Inston interviewed Prof. Gallieni about N-PATH project.
The web lectures of the REVAC module – Renal Expert in Vascular Access – are almost ready.
As for the REMAP, to build up this module we have involved teachers of the partner universities. The lessons will also be topics during the “Meet the Expert” meetings, an opportunity to talk and interact with the teachers about their lessons.
The news of N-PATH reached the local Italian media, which asked for a short interview with Prof. Gesualdo about the role of the Bari University in the project.
Here is an excerpt from the interview done:
The much anticipated Digital Pathology seminar was held from 6th to 8th December.
The pandemic forced the organization to convert the lessons into digital, but participation was attentive and enthusiastic.
Lecturers from the Amsterdam UMC University presented challenging topics to the residents who reacted with great interest.
Thanks to teachers Florquin and Roelofs for their invaluable guidance.
Below the recording of the first N-PATH Multiplier event, organized by ERA, helded on 24 September in Parma.
The first N-PATH Multiplier event, organized by ERA, was held on 24 September in Parma.
Many were the participants, in presence and virtual, and it was an excellent opportunity for the partners to talk about their activities in the N-PATH project. The agenda included the presentation of the whole consortium, the e-learning website demonstration and a practical session with physical and virtual simulators in order to show the potential of the N-PATH training methodology.
The enthusiasm of the 40 selected residents was tangible, even if virtual. The event was fully streamed and promoted through major channels.
Below the recording of the event:
During the 58th ERA-EDTA congress in Berlin, we were given the opportunity to talk about N-PATH to the audience.
Here is our speech helded by:
- Prof. Loreto Gesualdo, University of Bari and N-PATH project coordinator;
- Prof. Jadranka Buturovic Ponikvar, University Medical Center of Ljubljana;
- Prof. Dimitrios Goumenos, University of Patras;
- Prof. Maurizio Gallieni, University of Milan;
- Prof. Jose Ibeas, University of Parc Taulì.
N-PATH – Nephrology Partnership for Advancing Technology in Healthcare – is a two-year course promoted as part of a project funded by the EU, ERASMUS + KA2. The project aims at establishing a European Strategic Partnership to make the nephrology career more appealing by promoting the exchange of good practices and cross-fertilization of health clusters.
The course will take place online with itinerant practical activity sessions at the various hospitals of the universities participating in the program. Will be admitted to participate in all n. 40 junior doctors specialist, n. 5 doctors for each of the n. 8 universities involved:
Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro – UNIBA
Amsterdam UMC – AUMC
General University Hospital in Prague – VFN
University of Patras – UPAT
Academic Hospital Maastricht – MUMC
Parc Tauli Hospital Universitari – TAULI
Università degli Studi di Milano – UNIMI
University Medical Centre Ljubljana – UMCL
Upon registering for the application, each candidate will have the faculty to choose the headquarter where intends to participate. The registrations of all 40 participants will be carried out at the University of Bari to which each student is required to pay, annually, the registration fees (tax of virtual road tax and insurance policy contribution), while the participation and mobility costs are covered by the funding assigned to the project.
At the end of the training course, the University of Bari will issue the final qualification and will recognize the ECTS project credits.
the N PATH call is now available on this page.