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Interprofessional student-run primary CARE clinics: A University-Enterprise Knowledge Triangle Cooperation Approach/ I CARE

The project aims to impart knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable future academic and non-academic healthcare professionals to function effectively in a university-enterprise collaborative care environment. This project develop and establish “I CARE” centres and Clinics which provide education, training, research, Primary health care patient treatment and community engagement.

Project objectives

  • To Promote University-enterprise cooperating by creating a comprehensive vertically integrated system of innovative development of knowledge triangle (study – research – primary health care business utilization) while achieving synergetic effect by using the knowledge and experience of the EU partner universities and institutions as well as Lebanese and Egyptians partners. 

  • Develop a creative inter-professional student-led clinics of Primary health care as new placement mode

  • To develop effective -service for interactive collaboration between university- hospitals and healthcare and medical sittings in development and commercialization of e-health-innovative study and professional lifelong learning training programs.

  • To produce a new generation of healthcare institutions (enterprises), university, and research staff capable of performing constructive development in health and satisfy patient needs and safety in LEG.

  • To improve student employability and entrepreneurship skills and opportunities.

  • The project aims to achieve the following specific objectives:

  • Reinforcement and modernization of experiential education in health sciences curricula (Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing, allied health services, psychology, etc.) through development of University – Enterprises ‘I care’ centres and clinics.

  • Introduction of inter-professional teaching and learning activities, including new joint In-service Inter-professional training and courses for all health sciences students;

  • Launching Inter-professional collaboration student-led clinics, the provision of comprehensive services to socioeconomically disadvantaged, poor and elderly patients by multiple health providers who collaborate within and across healthcare settings

  • Improving the teaching competency  of academic staff and teacher practitioners/ clinician educators

  • Linnaeus University, Sweden

  • Genoa University, Italy

  • Technical University of Crete, Greece

  • Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

  • The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europé, Austria

  • Alexandria University, Egypt

  • Assiut University, Egypt

  • Al-Azhar University, Egypt 

  • Helwan University, Egypt

  • Badr University, Egypt

  • The British University in Egypt, Egypt

  • International Academy for Applied Science and Technology, Egypt

  • Notre Dame University, Lebanon

  • Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

  • Modern University for Business and Science, Lebanon

  • Lead Healthcare Consultancy, Lebanon 

  • Associate partners:

  • International cardiac centre (ICC), Egypt

  • The German hospital in Alexandria , Egypt

  • Sibline governmental hospital, Lebanon

  • Academic center for research and consultancy, Sweden

Work packages

Project results

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