The RESTORE university researchers and migrant representatives from Ireland contributed by video to a conference about implementation research at the Australian Primary Healthcare Research Conference, Canberra, July 2014.
Forthcoming presentations and events
The RESTORE Closing Conference
The RESTORE Closing Conference will take place in Limerick, Ireland from March 26th - 27th, 2015
Communication in cross-cultural consultations - the value of guidelines and training
Developing culturally-sensitive primar care in Europe for migrants - the role of education for health care workers
European health policy for migrant health - the need for evolution
Migrants' involvement in healthcare research - towards meaningful involvement
Economic austerity - impact on improving communication in cross-cultural consultations
Innovative implementation research - the impact of theory and method in 'real-world' practice setting
Migrant Service Users
Prof. Alexander Bischoff
Ms. Roumyana Petrova Benedict
Dr. Santino Severoni
Prof. Carl May
Dr. Lilja Gretarsdottir
Prof. David Ingleby
Dr. Joe Le Master
Prof. Chris van Weel
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Completed presentations and events
23rd -26th October 2014
An oral presentation was held by Maria Papadakaki: Improving cross-cultural communication in primary health care settings in Greece: The RESTORE project.
30th October – 2nd November 2014
Aristoula Saridaki, one of the Greek Conosortium members, held an oral presentation: The healthcare of migrants in Greece and language barriers they encounter at the primary health care level.
6th November, 2014
Comunaid Workshop on Migrant Health: Professor Lionis, Maria Papadakaki and Aristoula Saridaki (members of the Greek Team) presented the RESTORE project and conducted a PLA exercise with the participants.
21st-23rd November, 2014
An oral presentation: "The RESTORE Project; Results and findings in light of the economic crisis of Greece" was presented by Aristoula Saridaki
RESTORE-Meeting in Liverpool, England
22nd-24th April, 2012