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BUILD - Building ecosystems of person-centered integrated care through co-creation


The significant increase of the older (65+) European population with complex care needs calls for a better integration and coordination between health care and social services. Existing socio-economic and gendered inequalities in LTC might worsen in the future due to demographic ageing and austerity measures in LTC provision. So far, person-centered integrated care (PC-IC), as one solution to tackle these challenges, has mostly been developed in a top-down logic, and community engagement and participatory co-design have hardly been explored to develop PC-IC solutions. The aim of BUILD is to develop a framework and toolbox that assists policy makers in implementing participatory co-design and community engagement as methods to develop socially inclusive and sustainable PCIC solutions for older adults with complex care needs that can be evaluated by the social return on investment. BUILD will increase the understanding of PC-IC by mapping and analyzing existing eco-systems of IC across Europe and identifying their corresponding regulatory frameworks and current challenges. BUILD will then go beyond these challenges by conducting a longitudinal, cross-national study that investigates care integration on a practical level, developing scientific evidence on how social inequalities shape the access to, and the outcomes of diverse forms of care and their integration while also highlighting the needs and required skills for PC-IC from the patients’ and caregivers’ perspective. Throughout the project, BUILD will involve communities, older adults with complex care needs, in-/formal caregivers, stakeholders and policy makers on different regulatory levels in the participatory co-design of PC-IC solutions and develop policy recommendations based on the experiences gathered. Ultimately, BUILD will develop a co-design framework and toolbox, as the main outcome of the project, that supports the implementation of PC-IC through co-design and community engagement

Angaben zum Forschungsprojekt

Beginn des Projekts:1. März 2024
Ende des Projekts:28. Februar 2027
Projektleitung:Nagel, Nagel Eckhard
Zerth, Prof. Dr. Jürgen
Beteiligte Personen:Zerth, Prof. Dr. Jürgen
Müller, Sebastian
Mehler-Klamt, Amrei Christin
Finanzierung des Projekts:Begutachtete Drittmittel
Geldgeber:European Research Executive Agency
  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. h. c. mult Eckhard Nagel, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth
  • Prof. Ricardo Rodrigues, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão - ISEG, Lissabon, Portugal
  • Univerzita Karlova, Prag, Tschechien
  • Prof. Dr. Franz Kolland, Karl Landsteiner Privatuniversität für Gesundheitswissenschaften GmbH, Krems, Österreich
  • DBT - Fonden Teknologirådet, Kopenhagen, Dänemark
  • Globaz SA, Oliveira de Azemeis, Portugal
  • VICESSE - Vienna Centre for Societal Security, Wien, Österreich
Themengebiete:D Pädagogik, Sozialarbeit
D Pädagogik, Sozialarbeit > DS Sozialpädagogik, Sozialarbeit
M Politik; Soziologie
M Politik; Soziologie > MR Sozialwissenschaftliche Theorien und Methoden
Q Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Q Wirtschaftswissenschaften > QU Demographie
Q Wirtschaftswissenschaften > QX Sozialpolitik, Gesundheitswesen, Bildungsökonomie
Projekttyp:Angewandte Forschung
Eingestellt am: 30. Apr 2024 09:05
Letzte Änderung: 24. Jun 2024 15:11
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