2nd Newsletter ProCKD
The project ProCKD, draws attention to the socio-economic problems faced by individuals suffering from kidney diseases. The focus of this project include, how kidney patients can continue their jobs after starting dialysis, how to encourage them to continue education and training, and how to help unemployed patients find meaningful jobs. This is the second Newsletter of the project,
Archive for ProCKD
Ready to start: different European entities that share good practices to face the barriers of incorporation into the world of work with people with chronic kidney disease. You can’t miss this !!! Register here for the ProCKD WebinarContinue Reading →
Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease or End Stage Renal Disease face many barriers to remain in or join the workforce, especially after starting dialysis treatment. These barriers include poor employment opportunities because of disadvantaged socioeconomic status, fatigue and other symptoms of renal failure, depression and feelings of social isolation… The ProCKD project focuses on the needs and problems of patients from Spain, Turkey, Greece, and the Netherlands. More specifically the focus will be on how the working patients can continue their employment after initiation of dialysis, on how to be encouraged to continue training and education, and on how unemployed patients can be assisted in finding meaningful work. The focus of the Webinar, presented by Pieter van Schie MA, is on the solution !Continue Reading →
Project to employ Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
The project ProCKD targets patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. We wish toProject to employ Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease support their employment and employability and entrepreneurship. It’s not for caregivers and not necessarily for social entrepreneurship.