Project HOPE has been working in Hungary since 1992, when we began training senior-level managers from health care facilities in policy analysis, human resource management and financial analysis. Also in the 1990’s Project HOPE collaborated with the Ministries of Health and Education, university system and professional nursing associations in Hungary to help reform and improve nursing education. These efforts included establishing a Nursing Clinical Center of Excellence to serve as a national model of clinical practice and to provide an appropriate professional environment for clinical education.
In 1998 Project HOPE administered a breast cancer awareness campaign. From 2006-2009, we conducted a continuing professional development program for top health care managers and health policy makers in Hungary.
Today Project HOPE - with the support of University Children’s Hospital of Krakow - is partnering with the Earl Esterhazy Hospital in Papa, Hungary to implement the Pediatric Respiratory Diseases Management program. Begun in 2012, the program seeks to contribute to lowering the burden of respiratory disease among children in the Papa region of Hungary by providing continuing medical education for health care providers involved with both in-patient and out-patient pediatric care.
Project HOPE was honored with a medal of recognition for our 41-year partnership with the University Children’s Hospital of Krakow (UCH).
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