Task 1.1 Financial and Administrative Coordination • Liasing with the Project Officer; • Submitting deliverables to the European Commission; • Collecting and consolidating financial and a...
Task 1.1 Financial and Administrative Coordination • Liasing with the Project Officer; • Submitting deliverables to the European Commission; • Collecting and consolidating financial and administrative reports; • Distributing EU contribution among the partners Task 1.2 Scientific and operational Coordination • Establishing a detailed Project Plan; • Coordinating the activity of the individual Work Packages Leaders; • Controlling the execution of the Project Plan; • Keeping the overall project on schedule, by applying the appropriate corrective actions in case of shift in relation to the Project Plan; • Discussing project objectives and results with the Project Coordination Committee and the Project Management Team (see for more details the section 9 of the proposal) • Guaranteeing that the appropriate standards of project management and quality assurance are applied Task 1.3 Communication and Administrative Management To perform fast and effective communication in the project different procedures and tools will be implemented. Activities to be performed in this task are: • Create periodic reports (management progress, dissemination, standardisation and financial) • Planning and arrangement of project co-ordination meetings
Dissemination and communication by lead aslbi
Start month:1 - End month: 36
The project results will be continuously transferred to the broadest audience both at local level and at European level through the following tools: • Emp – H website in the English language, wh...
The project results will be continuously transferred to the broadest audience both at local level and at European level through the following tools: • Emp – H website in the English language, which will be a living window of the project and will be constantly updated with the latest results achieved throughout the entire lifecycle of the Project; • Emp – H leaflet which will be produced in two version (at the begin and at the end of the project). The leaflet will support the presentation of the project in relevant conferences and fairs. This represents the “classical” but still widespread marketing tool of any project; • Midterm Workshop and the Final Conference where sector players will be invited for a face-to face presentation of the project results with the collaboration of the European Network HPH (as collaborating partner) Task 2.1 Dissemination strategy and implementation • Defining the dissemination and communication strategy for the Project; • Identifying events in which to present the Project; • Producing articles and newsletter to be published in the specialized and general press; • Relations with local, national and pan-European media; Task 2.2 Emp – H Website • Setting up the project website in English language • Defining the web site “dissemination strategy” including the related editorial policy and processes • Maintaining and enhancing the project website Task 2.3 Emp - H dissemination material design and production Design and production of a two versions of leaflets and other dissemination material (one focused on health professional and the second one patient-centred) aimed at wide dissemination of the Emp – H idea. Handbooks for hospital managers and health professionals will be translated in the language of participating countries. In order to promote the initiatives among different targets groups, every participating hospitals will organize specific communication initiatives at local level (through hospital website, printed and video materials, totem, local meetings, etc.) in each own language. The general content of the dissemination material will be defined at central level and then customised by each partner at local level. Task 2.4 Emp – H Midterm Workshop and Final Conference • Organising the Midterm Project Workshop • Organising the Final Project Conference in collaboration with the European network PHP in order to deliver the main results of the work done. • Both the conferences could be organized in EU countries eventually not directly involved in the project with the support of the HPH network.
Evaluation/Quality by lead UPO
Start month:2 - End month: 36
This WP will comprise six highly integrated tasks Task 3.1- Development of evaluation tools. To develop 1) a process questionnaire regarding which interventions were selected for implementation, 2) a...
This WP will comprise six highly integrated tasks Task 3.1- Development of evaluation tools. To develop 1) a process questionnaire regarding which interventions were selected for implementation, 2) an output questionnaire regarding participation to implemented interventions, 3) an outcome impact questionnaire assessing the impact on behavioural and biometric outcomes. Task 3.2 – Development of study design. To develop a study protocol describing all aspects of the evaluation study, for example sample size, eligibility criteria, length of follow up. Task 3.3 – Process report. To summarize all the aspects concerning the implementation of interventions and facilities. Task 3.4 – Recruitment of evaluation sample. To enrol patients which will be evaluated according to the eligibility criteria specified in the study protocol. Task 3.5 – Output report. To describe the characteristics of the enrolled patients whom were administered the intervention. Task 3.6 - Impact analysis and evaluation of economic sustainability. To describe the impact of the intervention on behavioural and biometrical outcomes aimed to demonstrate the potential replicability of the model.
Selection of interventions by lead CPM DCU
Start month:2 - End month: 9
This WP will comprise four integrated tasks: Task 4.1 – Profiling tool. To fulfil an at-risk patients profile tool, based on tools already available and shared with representatives of each hospital....
This WP will comprise four integrated tasks: Task 4.1 – Profiling tool. To fulfil an at-risk patients profile tool, based on tools already available and shared with representatives of each hospital. Task 4.2- Identification of environmental and individual interventions. To identify interventions already applied or which are identified as desirable in each hospital. Task 4.3- Identification of evidence based interventions. To identify through a review of the scientific literature evidence based health professionals as well as environmental interventions. Task 4.4- Integration between local and evidence-based prevention and clinical pathways. To provide an agenda of effective interventions to introduce in clinical pathways as well as at environmental level. This task needs to be adequately shared with key stakeholders of each hospital.
Project implementation by lead aslbi
Start month:2 - End month: 36
This WP will comprise eight highly integrated tasks Task 5.1 – Design of training modules. To realize an online learning management system containing all training modules and the training handbook, ...
This WP will comprise eight highly integrated tasks Task 5.1 – Design of training modules. To realize an online learning management system containing all training modules and the training handbook, in order to benefit local trainers, health-professionals, and health directorates. Task 5.2 – Training of local trainers. To train local trainers using (i) the online learning management system which will provide access to training modules and to regular interactive chat sessions; (ii) one three-day full-immersion course which will be held in Biella, Italy, and will comprise heavily interactive techniques such as role playing; (iii) the handbook for health professionals; (iv) the handbook for hospital managers. Task 5.3. – Supervised training of healthcare professionals and hospital managers. To train health professionals and managers in loco at their hospital. Central trainers will monitor and provide feedback on intervention implementations both during the training (by means of regular meetings) and afterwards on demand. This task aims to achieve an adequate quality of the training and to overcome cultural/background barriers. This task will benefit from all the deliverables and the know-how developed in the previous tasks of this WP. Task 5.4 – Individual interview and counselling. To deliver effective individual interview (based on the handbook for health professionals) and counselling in order to (i) identify risk factors, (ii) provide a first brief personalised interventions, (iii) address patients to the HPC. Task 5.5 – Group analysis for life restyling and related workshops. To organize effective health promoting group activities at hospital (based on the handbook for health professionals) in order to modifying selected behaviours. Task 5.6 – Implementation of salutogenic hospital environment. To redesign the hospital environment (according the indications of the handbook for hospital managers) with the collaboration of hospital stakeholders in order to support healthy behaviours. Task 5.7 – Maintenance of salutogenic hospital environment. To support and maintain all the environmental changes coordinating hospital stakeholders. Task 5.8 – Local general agreement. To explore local public resources at community level aimed at supporting individual recommendations provided to patients and to define an agreement between the HPC and such resources. Task 5.9 – Supply chain agreements. To explore local private resources at community level (e. g. nutrition, physical activity and entertainment) aimed at supporting individual recommendations provided to patients and to define agreements between the HPC and such resources.