The academic consortium that constitutes the partnership of the SAHA Project produced the following documents as results. The coordination of the SAHA Project is willing to share the documents with those interested, by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest that can best involve interested persons in the project.
D1.1 Needs analysis and assessment of the higher education health sector in Libya
This report is aimed at clearly stating the current situation in regard to the Health Management Sector in Libya and to the Higher Education System. It also puts forward the needs of the Libyan Universities that are participating in the SAHA Project, to be considered in the way of implementing the following project activities. The report is designed to contain an update of health management activities in Libya, collecting reliable data through bibliographic research and a questionnaire that has been virtually distributed to the Libyan partner universities and the medical facilities connected to them.
The report is aimed to showing the collected contacts from all Medical Centers in Libya to whom it was sent the virtual scheme for the census. The acquired results matched with demographic and epidemiological studies of their population grounded on solid basis the forecast about future needs of medical staff to be trained.
Preparation Meeting in Tripoli Report (14 July 2021)
D2.1 Drafting of a curriculum for the postgraduate training in Health Management
This deliverable’s aim is to design a detailed curriculum based on an accurate selection of the more appropriate contents and best practices to be adopted and implemented by the Postgraduate Training Schools (PGTS) in Health Management in all partner university.
Related to this, the courses (Introduction to Health Economics and Healthcare Management,Health Economics,Healthcare Management,Business Development,Performance Management, Telemedicine) of the newly adopted curriculum in the Healthcare Management of all partner universities department have started:
- LIMU (Curriculum)
- Misurata University (Curriculum)
- Sirte University (Curriculum)
- University of Sebha (Curriculum)
- Zawya University (Curriculum)
- University of Tripoli (Curriculum)
D6.1 Quality and Evaluation Plan
The evaluation and quality plan has been implemented with the purpose to:
− Design an evaluation strategy to support the process and progress of the project and define the evaluation priorities based on the project objectives.
− Define the approach to analyse the relevance, progress, success of the project.
− Identify evaluation methods and tools to be used in the evaluation.
− Specify the key evaluation issues and the key areas of concern.
− Establish the necessary processes for measuring fulfilment of the objectives.
D6.2 Quality Assurance First Report
D7.1 Dissemination and exploitation plan
The Dissemination and Exploitation plan outlines the different activities that will be carried out during the project lifetime, giving detailed information about the project dissemination tools. In order to guarantee an effective promotion and exploitation of the project, web-based tools, together with publication and events strategies, were identified. Detailed information on timing and deadlines for the issue of dissemination products and information on target groups are also included in the plan. The exploitation part of the plan consists of specific strategies and activities to be carried out in order to promote further development of project’s methodology and activities beyond the project’s official ending date. Following updates will be drawn if so called upon. Monitoring, keeping track of the outcomes and outreach of the dissemination activities is crucial to evaluate the effectiveness of the dissemination activities. Partners need to communicate information to the WP7 leader, reporting their activities, which is important in order to fulfil the reporting obligations of the consortium to the European Commission. For this purpose, all Project Members are expected to:
– Identifying and informing on dissemination opportunities (events, publications, web presence, etc.)
– Disseminating achievements of their respective work packages (flyers, video, press releases, etc)
– Using their network to support the dissemination of project information
– Presenting the project at relevant conferences, workshops and other events
– Engaging key stakeholders to act as multipliers and to motivate others
Specifically, all Universities have to:
– Create a link of SAHA website on Institution website
– Share important and relevant information and events on their institutional channels
– Share SAHA Facebook page on university website
– Regularly reshare post from SAHA website on university website
– Upload SAHA newsletter on University Website
– Send photos and news of regular meetings related to development of WPs
– Distribute brochures in target faculties
D7.3 SAHA News Bulletin (1)
The first Saha Project Bulletin has been produced by Tripoli University and it summarises all the activities carried out by the various partners in the first months of the project.
The event organisation included a welcome session on January 20th attended by Universities’ rectors and vice rectors and by important diplomats, including ambassadors. To follow there was an Academic session in the afternoon divided into three different panels: Healthcare and Medicine in time of crisis: needs and proposals , Health Management and the role of Higher Education,Health and Islam and crisis in Libya. In every panel professionals from the sector will present related papers and study cases. The second day instead was mostly dedicated to an investigation of the SAHA project, operated with joint presentations of the several Project WPs, made by European and Libyan partners.