Tools mentioned in the HEPCOM platform are the results of the following European projects:
An interactive web-based series to promote healthy lifestyles among European adolescents (2010-2013).
EATWELL (Interventions to Promote Healthy Eating Habits: Evaluation and Recommendations)
The ENERGY project is supported by the European Commission and is funded by the Seventh Framework Programme (CORDIS FP7) of the European Commission, HEALTH.
EPODE (Together Let’s Prevent Childhood Obesity- Ensemble Prévenons l’Obésité Des Enfants)
The Equity Channel’s purpose is to help connect interested institutions, organisations and individuals from all backgrounds and communities across the globe that are working for action on the social determinants of health.
The European Portal for Action on Health Inequalities aims to provide visitors with practical and useful information on health inequities (policies, projects, tools and resources) and to give them opportunities to promote their own work.
Gradient (2009-2012) was a collaborative research project involving 12 institutions (universities, research institutes and public health institutes) from all over Europe
The Healthy Children Concept has been developed within a European development project, supported by the European Public Health Programme (2008-2013).
The overall objective of the Health Eco Life project was to foster adoption of healthy life styles among children in primary schools in urban areas of Croatia and Slovenia.
The Healthy Regions project (2007-2010) was an “action research” project, and was therefore highly process oriented and pragmatic in its approach.
The key to health promotion and disease prevention in the 21st century is to establish an environment that supports positive health behaviour and healthy lifestyle.
Development and implementation of a national policy for promoting healthy eating and physical activity for schools in Europe (HEPS schoolkit)