IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN THE
HEALTH CARE WORKPLACE
Magnet4Europe is a four-year Horizon 2020 EU-funded project (Grant Agreement 848031) that aims to improve mental health and wellbeing among health professionals in Europe. The project officially started in January 2020 and takes place in six European countries.
A New Pathway on the same Journey to Excellence
Our Lady of Lourdes, Drogheda in Ireland has been on the M4E journey since 2020 and has fully embraced the M4E concept. Though we had excellent empirical data, the critical lack of bench marking both nationally and at European level has been recognised as a major stumbling block in driving empirical data of nurse sensitive outcomes. Cognisant of this we have pivoted towards a journey on the Pathway to Excellence designation.
Four Questions to Sebastian Dienst
Discover the remarkable journey of Sebastian Dienst, Chief Nursing Officer at German Heart Centre Charité. In "Four Questions to", he shares insights on his motivation to join the project, the impactful experiences gained, and his aspirations as the future commissioner on Magnet. Join us as Sebastian reflects on the accomplishments of the Magnet4Europe initiative and outlines the ambitious goals set for his hospital.
Empowering Nursing Excellence - Insights from ANCC Magnet Conference 2023
The ANCC Magnet Conference 2023 held in Chicago was a remarkable gathering of healthcare professionals from various corners of the world. The conference was characterized by an engaging program, inspiring speakers, and opportunities to strengthen professional relationships. This report summarizes the key insights and takeaways from this enriching event as experienced by the ZNA Delegation from Antwerp, Belgium.
Innovation through Collaboration
Implementation of the Magnet4Europe intervention uses a multi-faceted strategy, involving an evidence-based blueprint of organizational change, one-to-one twinning with experienced Magnet hospitals, participating in learning collaboratives
Internationality & Multidisciplinarity
The Magnet4Europe consortium includes high-achieving junior/senior researchers from the fields of medicine, health economics, law, nursing, public health, sociology, psychology, statistics, informatics, artificial intelligence.
Communication & Dissemination
As a Horizon 2020 project, the communication of the project and the dissemination of our results is a crucial activity for Magnet4Europe. We do not only want to inform and reach out to society, but also enable other stakeholder to use and uptake the results.
24. - 25. April 2024 - Magnet4Europe Learning Collaborative
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