To achieve its objectives, the COMPASS partnership, with the support of key stakeholders will develop 3 work packages.
Care managers as drivers of PCC
The overall objective of this WP is to provide European care managers with skills to lead the change towards the adoption of person-centred care (PCC) approaches in their working contexts.
Final result: a multi-language, blended learning (meaning a combination of e-learning and face-to-face learning sessions) training package addressed to care managers across Europe.
Supporting reflexivity of care managers
The scope of this WP is to offer care managers a space and a methodology to support reflection, reflexivity and learning from work-based experience, while also start developing a network of professionals exercising this job at national level and willing to share a professional development process.
Final result: a methodology to run online reflective groups of care managers committed to improve the PCC practices of their organizations, inspired by the “work discussion groups” (WDGs) methodology.
Building and sharing practices
The aim of this WP is to develop a European Community of Practices (CoP) of care managers and care workers on Person Centered Care for older persons to share experience and skills, build a common language, and support the consolidation of a new professional vision that also transforms and reinforces the role identity from the perspective of a more managerial and less executive coordination function.
Final result: a digital Community of Practice for European care managers committed to improve the PCC practices of their organizations.