The multiplier event was a face-to-face meeting organized by the National Institute of Health Services Management (NIHSM) and “Carol Davila” University of Medicine and Pharmacy (CDUMP) on the 22nd of May 2023 in Bucharest, Romania.
The Agenda of the multiplier event consisted of an opening section made by Raluca Sfetcu from NIHSM and Ovidiu Popa-Velea from CDUMP, followed by a general project presentation provided by Ovidiu Popa-Velea and Iuliana- Raluca Gheorghe from CDUMP.
The main focus of the event was the dissemination of the BENDiT-EU results, as follows:
– Presentation of IO1 – Burnout manual – pocket edition by Liliana Diaconescu from CDUMP;
– Presentation of IO2 – Burnout web platform by Ovidiu Popa-Velea from CDUMP;
– Presentation of IO3 – Curriculum for students and Train-the-trainer for support staff by Georgeta Popovici from NIHSM;
– Presentation of IO4 – Policy Toolkit by Raluca Sfetcu from NIHSM.
The event ended with a networking session where participants had the opportunity to connect and discuss more about the project results and their own experience regarding the academic burnout.
There were 35 participants, who attended the event from the following institutions:
- Titu Maiorescu University – Faculty of General Medicineand Faculty of Dental Medicine, Bucharest, Romania
- Spiru Haret University – Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Bucharest, Romania
- Spiru Haret University – Master inClinical Psychology and Psychological Intervention, Bucharest, Romania
Each participant received a conference map with the following materials:
– The agenda – The policy toolkit translated into Romanian
– A pen with the visual identification elements of the BENDiT-EU project and Erasmus+
– The burnout manual – pocket edition translated into Romanian
At the end of the multiplier event, participants had to fill in an evaluation questionnaire. According to the provided answers (19), 37% evaluated the overall quality of the event as being excellent, and all 19 persons would recommend the BENDiT-EU project results, as well as would use the project results in the future. In addition, 17 participants out of 19 (89%) appreciated the content of the presentations as being useful to increase the level of awareness regarding the phenomenon of burnout among students, 1 as being very useful and 1 as being somewhat useful, and 13 participants out of 19 (68%) appreciated the results of the
BENDiT-EU project for their university as being useful, 16% as being very useful and 16% – somewhat useful. Regarding the question “To what extent do you appreciate the results of the project as innovative?”, 11 respondents (58%) appreciated as being innovative, 11% – very innovative and 31% – somewhat innovative.