Tools mentioned in the HEPCOM platform are the results of the following European projects:
IDEFICS (Identification and prevention of Dietary- and lifestyle-induced health EFfects In Children and infants).
The I.Family Study (2012-2017) investigates the determinants of food-choice, lifestyle and health in European children,adolescents and their parents. It builds on the IDEFICS Study.
Development and Implementation of a European Guideline and Training Standards for Diabetes Prevention (IMAGE) (2007-2009)
The EU-sponsored (DG SANCO) IMPALA project (2009-2010) aimed to identify, implement, and disseminate good practice in the planning, financing, building, and managing of local infrastructures for leisure-time physical activity.
Animation for Children to Teach and Influence Values and Views on healthy Eating and physical activity (ACTIVE) (2009-2012)
Pilot European Regional Interventions for Smart Childhood Obesity Prevention in Early Age (Project No 2006341 under EU Health Programme 2008-2013)
The main aim of the PoHeFa project (2009-2012) was to increase the awareness of local policy makers and professional practitioners of how the socio-cultural context within the local settings effects...
Thi is a resource created under a FP7 project and enriched by its members, to make knowledge on Child Health accessible comprising recent Scientific Publications, Grey Literature, and Research Projects, and creating a virtual Research Community
Shape Up is an European health education project at the community level developed between 2006 and 2008.
The Teenage project aimed to formulate policy recommendations to prevent socio-economic inequalities linked to the health behaviour of European adolescents.
Young Minds was initiated in 2000, and there have been several phases of the project since then focusing on various aspects related to health.