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Greece

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Institute of Prevention and Development (IPD)

IPD is a non-profit research organization committed to the promotion of prevention culture, personal development and the promotion of wellbeing in the working and social life.
By recognizing the importance of wellbeing, especially through the context of aging due to the increase of the life expectancy, it can be regarded as a crucial factor for the development and cohesion of societies. In that terms, the Institute develops research and is capable of providing innovative solutions that facilitate the growth of healthy entrepreneurship and promote employment in a health environment. In order to achieve this goal, IPD adopts an anthropocentric approach and cooperates with social, academic and business partners from all over the world, aiming at producing and transferring know-how, promoting entrepreneurial culture and enhancing the effectiveness and viability of enterprises.
One of IPD’s core competences is the promotion of safety culture in every aspect of everyday life and especially in the workplace. Personal development through coaching and mentoring can further blend with scientific expertise to support this vision.
The activities of IPD are based on the premise that enterprises and particularly Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) are the backbone of European economies and therefore constitute a significant factor in the attempt to reduce unemployment and lead to a wider social prosperity.
Areas of excellence are:
Safety and Risk - Safety culture, Risk assessments, Workplace wellbeing, Human factors, Aging workforce, Occupational Safety and Health and Corporate Training.
Personal & HR enhancement - Coaching, Mentoring, Career path, Self Esteem, Self Confidence, Self awareness, Personal Empowerment, Life purpose, Life balance, Emotional intelligence and Team Building.
Blended development - Work related stress, Burn out, Bullying, Change Management, Time management and Performance Management & Development.
Contact

Institute of Prevention and Development (IPD)

L. Katsoni 7
41222 Larissa
Greece
+306955850635

Contact person:

Dr. Ioannis Anyfantis
H&S Manager

Laboratory of Education and Research of Trauma Care and patient safety, Nursing Faculty, School of Health Sciences, University of Thessaly

The Department of Nursing included in the School of Health Sciences at the University of Thessaly is located at the campus of the Gaiopolis in Larissa. The Department aims to prepare nurses to provide high-quality nursing health care and protect the health outcomes of a group of individuals and populations, considering everyone’s differences in physical, mental, cognitive, spiritual, social, economic, and cultural characteristics.
The nursing degree from the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Thessaly provides graduates with a high level of theoretical knowledge and clinical skills necessary for the practice of Nursing science. Graduates are skilled professionals, able to work effectively at all levels of health care (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Health Care), can continue their professional development with the continuous enrichment and updating of both theoretical knowledge and clinical skills and practices through the critical approach of daily clinical practice and the continuous learning process.
Prof. Malliarou is director of the Trauma Care Lab at the Faculty.
Contact

Laboratory of Education and Research of Trauma Care and patient safety, Nursing Faculty, School of Health Sciences, University of Thessaly

Gaiopolis, Larissa-Trikala Ring Road
zip 41100 Larissa
Greece

Contact person:

Prof Maria Malliarou
Associate Professor Occupational Health Nursing

Individual Members

Dr. Martha Mylona, HellasCon, SA

Theophilos Mantzanas Ph.D., North Florida Community College; Sunset Learning, USA

Contact

Dr. Martha Mylona
HellasCon, SA
TK24600 Chora Messinias

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