The H-Com project will be presented in the International Congress of Health Education and Research that will take place in Porto, Portugal between June 27 and 29, 2017. Mrs. Pania Karnaki, from Prolepsis Institute will present the project findings within the framework of the Future Education Session: Competencies the importance of health communication for health […]
The Focus Group Findings part of the Report “Framework for health communication needs and training methodologies” is available from the H-Com website. The report presents the findings from the participatory research – focus groups discussions with physicians, patients and Vocational Education Training (VET) providers, conducted in all participating countries of the H-Com consortium. The specific […]
The State of the Art Report regarding the communication training for Health Professionals is available from the H-Com website. The report provides a comprehensive overview of health communication education in Europe. Particularly, it records education and training opportunities regarding health communication across Europe, analyses the needs and gaps and identifies training and education methodologies. The […]
The 3rd H-Com partners’ meeting took place in Tenerife, Spain, on the 27th and 28th of March 2017, at the University of La Laguna (ULL). The consortium members discussed about the development of the educational modules, as well as important organizational issues concerning the educational trainings. The next partners’ meeting will take place in Cyprus […]
The 2nd H-Com partners’ meeting took place in Dresden, Germany, on the 24th and 25th of October 2016, at TUD’s headquarters. The consortium members discussed about the main findings of the Literature Review, the key findings of the focus groups and the health communication opportunities that are going to be presented at the H-Com Website. […]
The kick off meeting of the H-COM project took place in Lotz, Poland, on 12-13 November 2015. Representatives from all consortium members met in NIOM’s headquarters and discussed about the general overview of the project, financial and organisational issues. Active discussion also took place regarding the project’s target group, the development of the training modules […]
3 Focus groups per country were held in Poland, Germany, Spain Greece and Cyprus, with the participation of medical doctors, nurses and vocational training stakeholders. Results are expected in September 2016 and will be available from the H-Com website.
The H-COM project was officially launched on September 1st 2015 and will last for three years. The project coordinator is Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine, NIOM based in Poland. The consortium comprises 6 partners from 5 countries, namely Poland, Greece, Cyprus, Germany and Spain. The general objective of H-COM is to build and strengthen communication […]