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Project: Implementation of new rehabilitation technologies of ergotherapy in restorative treatment of patients with motional defects


01/01/2005 - 01/01/2006 (ongoing project)

Project goals

Development of rehabilitation of patients with motional defects

Results

-organized qualification improvement of health personnel,
-disseminated methodological recommendations on ergotherapy for health facilities,
-developed and implemented tests to control the effectiveness of ergotherapy in the motional defects of hand,
-developed and implemented in the activity of health facilities standards of compulsory ergothrapeutic activities at various degrees of motional defects of hand.

Location

  • Republic of Karelia
  • Related Organisations

    Counterparts:   no information
    Beneficiaries:   Комитет по вопросам здравоохранения, экологии и социальной защиты Администрации г. Петрозаводска
    Financiers:   Ministry of Health and Care Services of Norway
    Contractors:   no information

    Project Budget

    no information

    Topics: 

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    Disease Prevention

    Primary health care and community health

    Specialised outpatient care

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     The project is funded by WHO/CIDA Health Care Policy and Stewardship Programme in Russia
     Developed in co-operation with the EU funded Tacis "North West Health Replication Project"
    WHO EU