Introduction to the Fruit Basket, project Output Library

The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme 2007-2013 financed in total 90 transnational cooperation projects covering a wide scope of themes. In order to share the work done with you, the Programme has created this online basket of projects – a Fruit Basket if you will (formally called the Output Library).

The Fruit Basket may be used for diverse purposes. For example, when you have a specific challenge in your area with regard to transport, you may want to find out what has been done previously in that area and you will most likely find useful documents that would increase your knowledge in the specific topic. Take your pick!

You searched for "Demographic change and immigration". 11 outputs found.

Project:
Title:
Final report of the The Baltic Sea Labour Network (BSLN)
Date:
Jun 2012
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Description:
With this final publication the 22 partners of BSLN present the work which has been carried out during the projects lifetime. The BSLN partners have been involved in activities on different levels, always aiming at strenthening the development of social dialogue in the single countries and in the region as whole. The political agenda, the statements of the Steering Committee, are summarised in the publication. The publication includes as well descriptions of all pilot projects and summaries of all studies carried out within the project.
Project:
Title:
Study: Labour markets in the Baltic Sea Region
Date:
Nov 2011
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Description:
The study gives a comparative overview of economic and labour market developments in the eight EU Baltic Sea States focussing on selected key indicators and policy developments in the years 2004 to 2010. It outlines extremes and provides examples of recent labout market policy reforms and of national strategies as well as exemplary measures to respond to the financial and economic crisis.
Project:
Title:
Good Practice Use of ICT in Healthcare and its Potential Transferability
Date:
Jan 2012
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Description:
This report presents cases that focus on the treatment of elderly people suffering from chronic diseases. The cases either take a broad look at eHealth (LIS, IT Health, Supporting the daily life of ageing people at home by means of eHealth) or tackle the major chronic diseases diabetes (DIABETIVA, Health Optimum), cardiovascular diseases (TeleGuard, TEMPiS, Health Optimum, ELCP, and Video consultation for the treatment of chronic heart patients), or COPD (TELEKAT, The Patient Briefcase).
Project:
Title:
eHealth in education in the Baltic Sea Area
Date:
May 2011
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Description:
The aim of this baseline study is to explain the extent, level, and content of eHealth in the existing formal educational systems in Lithuania, Germany, Finland, Norway and Denmark in order to identify future educational needs within this area. The study has revealed a wide range of programmes and courses in the five countries which included eHealth elements. And, apart from Lithuania, all countries also report on programmes in pure eHealth. Moreover, there are in all countries relatively many programmes with a high emphasis on the technical and engineering part of eHealth. But especially in the education of health care professionals (physicians, nurses etc.) it was found that the integration of eHealth elements is often marginal or not existent.
Title:
The "Barometer of attractiveness"
Date:
Sep 2012
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Description:
Telemark Research Institute has analyzed key indicators in various countries and participating regions and municpalities in order to investigate and compare the place attractiveness in perpective of 3 dimensions of attractiveness. The output contains a number of reports and presentations given at conferences and workshops during the project period. The findings have triggered a discussion among decision makers and others about the drivers behind increased attractiveness and contributed to raised awareness and change of mental maps. A summing up called "Attractiveness for Settlement" can be downloaded.
Project:
Title:
Integrated transnational strategy paper to attract health professionals to remote primary care
Date:
Dec 2013
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Description:
The strategy paper outlines the most important issues to be considered when health professionals should be attracted to work in remote primary care. Information is delivered by the findings of the pilots carried out in tele-consultation and tele-mentoring during PrimCareIT project, reflecting also the results of the project ImPrim. Further, it integrates the outcomes from expert discussions and literature review which were carried out during PrimCareIT. The strategy paper provides input for awareness building and discussions with politicians and regional decision makers.
Project:
Title:
Final Report brochure
Date:
Mar 2014
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Description:
After three years of intensive work the partners of the project PrimCareIT summed up all crucial information in one handy brochure. It shows how the experts from the regions pursued their thesis, to counteract brain drain and professional isolation of health professionals in remote primary health care through tele-consultation and tele-mentoring to strengthen social conditions in remote Baltic Sea Regions.
Title:
Ageing Workforces in the Baltic Sea Region - Recommendations for Social Partners and Policy Makers
Date:
Sep 2014
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Description:
These recommendations for Social Partners and Policy Makers were developed during the Best Agers Lighthouses project activities. They can play an important role in empowering and encouraging management and employees of organisations to jointly introduce age management measures at the workplace. The organisational interventions carried out in the “Best Agers Lighthouses” project may serve as good examples, and the recommendations are based upon the experience gathered in the course of the project.
Title:
Competitiveness and Employment for the Future: Good Examples of Age Management in the BSR
Date:
Sep 2014
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Description:
This compilation of findings of the Best Agers Lighthouses project includes a description of the project approach and describes the rationale behind it. The case studies of nine public and private employers which introduced age management interventions in their HR policy as so called “Lighthouse Organisations” are presented. Furthermore, evaluation results show the changes and effects of the interventions. Finally, recommendations that were developed during the project activities are presented for employers as well as for policy makers and social partners.
Title:
Older, experienced and in good health. Action opportunities to manage the demographic change
Date:
Sep 2014
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Description:
This workshop concept for trade union representatives was developed by Arbeit und Leben Hamburg and includes an additional collection of information material and data sources. It´s addressed to employees representatives to sensitize them about age management practices and demonstrate how it can be implemented in a way that suits and supports employees´ demands.
Project:
Title:
Toolkit on talent retention
Date:
Jul 2014
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Description:
The toolkit contains a strategic roadmap for planning and implementing different measures for talent retention. It describes talent retention policies and initiatives in the Baltic Sea Region, analyzes the needs of different target groups, and higlights the best practices already identified. As a result, the report gives an overview to the tools, services and activities needed for succesful design and implementation of talent retention policies.