To strengthen the cooperation among Universities in order to boost innovation and exchange of best practices.
To develop a multidisciplinary and highly specialized training course in Nephrology, Pathology and Molecular Medicine Applied to Nephrology.
To train a new professional, the renal molecular pathologists, able to evaluate clinical, histopathological and molecular signatures of renal damage.
To set-up an e-learning course containing learning materials specifically designed to train physicians, pathologists and molecular biologists to perform diagnosis and manage chronic kidney diseases correctly.
Internal Quality Control Committee
Università degli Studi di Bari
WP 1 Leader
Grifo Multimedia, all partners
WP 2 Leader
AMC, all partners, M8-M32
WP 3 Leader
WP 4 Leader
WP 5 Leader
The ReMAP e-learning platform (Learning Management System or LMS) is the online tool that allows trainees to access the three modules that make up the ReMAP training course (Nephropathology, Telepathology and OMICS applied to Nephrology), providing all the learning materials and the lectures video-recorded using the integrated virtual classroom facilities. It will also provide surveys and questionnaires to assess the effectiveness of the training programmes.
Partners Involved: Grifo Multimedia (leader), UNIBA, UKA, CUNI, UCY, AMC, IIS-FJD
The first module provides detailed knowledge about acquired and inherited kidney diseases. The lectures are focused on etiopathogenesis, diagnosis, prognosis and management.
Partners Involved: UKA (leader), UNIBA, UKA, CUNI, UCY, AMC, IIS-FJD, Grifo Multimedia
The second module provides theory and practical knowledge of telepathology applied to renal diseases.
Partners Involved: AMC (leader), UNIBA, UKA, CUNI, UCY, IIS-FJD, Grifo Multimedia
The third module provides state of the art knowledge and practical skills on new high-throughput techniques in OMICS sciences applied to Nephrology.
Partners Involved: UNIBA (Leader), UCY, UKA, IIS-FJD, Grifo Multimedia
The e-learning training course made up of the three modules (Clinical Nephrology, Digital Pathology and OMICS applied to Nephrology) will be evaluated by 12 external auditors through a pilot study before its final release.
This task involves recruiting 12 participants for the pilot testing and developing a plan to define data to be collected, and how they will be collected. The plan will include questionnaires and interviews in order to record customer satisfaction and get suggestions to improve the e-learning course.