The latest Eurostat data demonstrate that the population across EU-28 increased by 1.3 million people in 2015 alone and migration has become one of the key drivers of population change. This data confirms the thesis of dr A. Bischoff from Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies (2003) and scientists from London`s Global University (2011) who noticed, that the cultural diversity will be one of the most important factor in health-care area.
The Erasmus+ project Multicultural Care in European Intensive Care units (MICE-ICU), started in October 2016 is now going into its final phase. One of the desired intellectual outputs will be a specialized and accredited E-learning course on multicultural care dedicated to nurses working in intensive care environments and will offer real, interactive e-learning. The syllabus and the course will be recommended by the European federation […]
SAVE THE DATE: 14 September 2018 On behalf of the MICE-ICU project the European federation of Critical Care Nurses associations (EfCCNa) cordially invite all European critical care nurses to participate in this Symposium. So, come to Amsterdam in September to this innovative and interesting event and learn more about cultural sensitive care in ICU. We are very much interested to share and discuss our findings […]
2018 the Erasmus+ MICE-ICU project is going into its final phase. Currently the project members are working hard to finalize the programme of the Symposium on Intercultural Nursing Care in ICU, which is going to be held in September 2018 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. As soon as there are more details we will let you know. So far we already invite all critical care nurses […]