PRO HEALTH 65+
Health Promotion and Prevention of Risk – Action for Seniors
ProHealth 65+ is focused on health promotion and prevention of health risks among seniors. The project seeks to determine effective methods of promoting a healthy lifestyle among older population groups by bringing together knowledge and experience of main partners and health promoters from Poland, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands and exchange it with collaborating partners: Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Hungary. The effective implementation of training for health promoters working with this age group is the ultimate project goal.
The project is coordinated by the Jagiellonian University in Cracow which cooperates in this process with the Maastricht University. Two other associated partners are Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore from Rome and Universität Bremen. As many as 32 persons are involved with different disciplinary backgrounds including epidemiology, medical sociology, health economics, politology, law, social communications. The project is led by Stanisława Golinowska (leader) and Andrzej Kropiwnicki (manager) as well as heads of work packages: Milena Pavlova, Beata Tobiasz – Adamczyk, Mariusz Duplaga, Walter Ricciardi, Wim Groot, Heinz Rothgang, Cezary W. Włodarczyk, Stojgniew Sitko.
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FINAL CONFERENCE OF PROJECT PRO HEALTH 65+
HEALTH PROMOTERS AND HEALTH LITERACY NEEDS OF OLDER PEOPLE
MAASTRICHT, 29 JUNE – 1 JULY, 2017
Hosting organization: Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Associated Partner of ‘Pro Health 65+’ Project
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PRO HEALTH 65+ PROJECT MANUAL
HEALTH PROMOTION FOR OLDER PEOPLE IN EUROPE
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This website arises from the project Pro-Health65+ which has received funding from the European Union, in the framework of the Health Programme (2008-2013). The website is co-financed from funds for science in the years 2015 - 2017 allocated for implementation of an international co-financed project.