ANASTE CONFERENCE ON THE FUTURE OF THE ELDERLY IN BOLOGNA AND EMILIA ROMAGNA
On Monday May 29 in Bologna, ANASTE meets with institutions, other trade associations and politics. At the center are the challenges and the new projects to be carried out to protect and strengthen the entire socio-health sector: from professionals -of whom ANASTE denounces a serious and chronic deficiency- to the elderly, particularly those who are not self-taught. enough for those who today and tomorrow will be indispensable vanguard structures regarding the new needs of the elderly.
In the post-pandemic period, ANASTE – National Association of Structures for the Elderly – Bologna/Emilia-Romagna delegation brings together the fundamental parts of the territory to track the state of health of the socio-health sector, with the aftermath of the pandemic to their backs and currently a severe shortage of doctors and nurses.
Provocative but also deliberately thoughtful is the title of the conference “Did everything go well?” Promoted and organized by ANASTE ER for Monday, May 29 in the conference room of Palazzo Segni Masetti, at Strada Maggiore 23, in Bologna. At the center of the reflection is the need to redesign the socio-sanitary system: from hospital care to the network of territorial and home services that puts the elderly with their physical, social and mental needs at the center.
“In agreement with other trade associations, we believe that this historic moment requires urgent and specific reflections on the regional and national wellness sector” – explains the promoter of the event and president of ANASTE ER, Gianluigi Pirazzoli. “From this awareness arises the idea of organizing a conference with the participation of all the main actors, also summoning the Politics that sit at the national tables, to discuss and understand together how to turn the current economic and personnel crisis of health. an opportunity to relaunch the future of the sector, for the benefit of fragile people, all operators and the entire community”.
The work will begin at 9.30 with the intervention of the regional number one of ANASTE followed by the provincial president Ivonne Capelli. The debate, moderated by Giuliano Barigazzi, strategic director of the Colibrì Hospital Consortium, will include speeches by the director of health of the AUSL of Bologna, Lorenzo Roti, the president of the Bologna Medical Association, Luigi Bagnoli, and the president of the Association of Nursing Professions of Bologna, Pietro Giurdanella. .
The possible proposals and solutions will be launched and analyzed by three parliamentarians: Andrea Crisanti, microbiologist and senator for the Democratic Party, Guido Liris, surgeon and senator for Fratelli d’Italia, and Marco Lombardo, senator for Action.
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