In the HEPCOM project we define tools as being methods, guidelines, conceptual frameworks and templates that local communities apply in order to plan and structure their health promoting activities towards children and young people.
Policy / Vision
An overall vision for health and health promotion or specific areas of health of children, young people and their families within the different policy areas should be set up on the policy level (e.g., politicians and decision makers).
This step refers to all levels of responsibility: Concrete strategies for implementation have to be developed to reach the desired outcomes.
Sets of actions must be defined by executive and administrative levels in close collaboration with professional practitioners to take the characteristics and socio-cultural context...
Implementation / Activity
In this step, whatever has been developed and planned in the first steps, is put into action.
Evaluating or assessing the processes and output of an activity is essential to find out how the activity was received by the target group.
How to use this platform
Click on the management cycle and you will find tools that help you plan and implement activities.
Policy makers, decision makers and professionals within health promotion can profit from the platform.
EU related projects
Find a list of all projects that have been included in the Hepcom Learning Platform.