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Work Package 1: Project coordination
Work Package 2: Dissemination (Greece)
Work Package 3: Evaluation of the project
Work Package 4: Sustainability
Work Package 5: Monitoring
Work Package 6: Addressing barriers and facilitators in cancer screening
Work Package 7: Implementation research to improve the existing screening programmes
Work Package 8: Facilitation of the new screening approach implementation
Work Package 9: Risk-based approaches
Work Package 10: Modelling and health technology assessment to optimise cancer screening programs across Europe
Work Package 11: Capacity-building

WP 1

coordination 3 wood

Coordination

LU, Latvia

WP 2

coordination 3 wood

Dissemination

DYPEDE, Greece

WP 3

coordination 3 wood

Evaluation

DYPEDE, Greece

WP 4

coordination 3 wood

Sustainability

OIL, Slovenia-DoH, Ireland

WP 5

coordination 3 wood

Monitoring

CSF, Finland

WP 6

coordination 3 wood

Addressing

OUS, Norway

WP 7

coordination 3 wood

Implementation

ICO, Spain

WP 8

coordination 3 wood

Facilitation

NKIP, Hungary – SCI, Belgium

WP 9

coordination 3 wood

Risk-based approaches

ISPRO, Italy – UNICANCER, France

WP 10

coordination 3 wood

Modelling

EMC, Netherlands

WP 11

coordination 3 wood

Capacity-building

IOCN, Romania – SPKC, Latvia

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

Health4EUKids -Your kid's health our priority!The “HEALTH4EUkids” Joint Action aims to implement health promotion and prevention strategies for child obesity across European countries. It seeks to share best practices and research findings, particularly focusing on the initiatives Grunau Moves from Germany and Smart Family from Finland. The project involves knowledge transfer, cooperation between member states, policy development, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles in families and communities. Its goal is to prevent childhood obesity, increase physical activity and healthy diet, and ensure the sustainability and transferability of successful practices to other member states.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s EU4HEALTH Programme under the Grant Agreement no 101082462

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