Federico II Medical School establishes Observatory at Pnrr for the development of new organizational models – Napoli Village

NAPLES – The School of Medicine and Surgery of the Federico II University has created the Observatory of Progress in Pnrr. The observatory is proposed in particular as a place for scientific research into the new problems of the national reform programme. There are two lines of mission 6, which represent 8.2 percent of the plan: creation of proximity networks, structures and telemedicine for territorial assistance; actions aimed at innovation, research, digitalisation, renewal and modernization of the technological and digital park, actions to strengthen the human capital that require new training courses in accordance with the new programming, in particular aimed at hospital infections, development of technical-professional and digital skills and managerial, to improve information systems for monitoring Lea.

The observatory, headed by the president of the university’s School of Medicine, Maria Triassi, consists of a pool of health experts from other universities and is configured as an independent and non-profit organization. The organization was born from the conviction that the university must participate actively in the cultural debate, contribute to the post-covid transformation process, propose scientific and research activities in support of new goals and new work tools, develop and promote institutional and new synergies cultural relations, in the realization of ​​its own distinctive ‘orientation’ service for institutions, professionals and students, useful to support the social and organizational change in progress.

” In this context – says Triassi – we believe that the School of Medicine cannot exempt itself from making its own ethical and professional contribution to add value to the mutation process that is underway in the country and in the local health world, all too often neglected precisely in the training courses mainly oriented towards hospital treatment and lacking specific indicators. We are ready to renew our first mission – he adds – by changing and updating the study courses to train professionals that fit the new demand, and we consider the synergistic cooperation between university schools of different cultural origins to be fundamental in the deepening of boundary issues or specifically and purely technical or technological, such as the economic/financial area or the IT/technological area, which undoubtedly have an impact on the performance of the National Health Service”.

During the years of development of the NRP (2021-2026), a punctual and continuous analysis of the system will be carried out, which unfolds through the proposal and development of new training formulas and new organizational models, considering that greater attention to chronicity represents strategic goals for territorial assistance to which a new response must be given, not only in terms of the construction of the health service, as designed by Pnrr, but also in terms of cultural modification and change management, the development of new forms of professional expression, such as local nurses, family nurses, Usca doctors .

” We are aware – concludes Triassi – that the achievement of these cultural goals and behavioral changes cannot be separated from the acquisition and dissemination of new skills and new forms of organization to take responsibility for complex and chronic patients, and that the new organizational models need new skills in the digital and IT field to make telemedicine, which is intended as an auxiliary tool between the healthcare staff and the patient, ”concrete and real”, but never as a substitute for the human relationship, which remains the fundamental cornerstone of prevention and medicine. .

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