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Second project partners' meeting
05/07/2022

Second project partners' meeting

The second transnational meeting of the European project entitled Connected 4 Health took place on 4 – 5 July 2022 at Instituto Politécnico de Bragança based in Bragança. 

During the second meeting, the European project partners presented the draft version of the modules of the Handbook, also discussing about its cover page and graphic style. In addition, the European project partners analyzed the abstract of the syllabus of the modules to be produced.


New Associated partners of the C4H project
18/03/2022

New Associated partners of the C4H project

6 Associated Partners joined the Connected 4 Healt project to contribute to the improvement of its impact on the target groups and to ensure its sustanability in the long term.

You can find here the complete list of associated partners.


Kick-off meeting
10/02/2022

Kick-off meeting

The kick-off meeting of the Connected 4 Health project took place online as a consequence of the COVID-19. All partners participated in the meeting and the main topics discussed were:

- Presentation of the project activities, objectives and results

- Presentation of the templates and calendar of activities for the first project result

- Analysis of the Project Assessment by the Romanian National Agency

- Presentation of the financial management


C4H Project
01/01/2022

C4H Project

The Connected for Health project is funded, by the European Commission through the Romanian National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme to produce interdisciplinary knowledge and form interdisciplinary skills in a connected team-based treatment of obesity and eating disorders conditions, which involves much more than healthy choices. The project will also create awareness in society at large, youth organisations, insurance companies, etc. about the stigma and harm associated with obesity and eating disorders.