Global Health Program

Smoke-Free Together (mHealth)

The project aims to develop and test the first couples’ pregnancy smoking cessation Romanian language mobile app. The long term goal of our research program is to develop, implement, and

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TO-REACH

TO-REACH is a coordination and support action (CSA) funded by HORIZON2020 to prepare a joint European research programme aimed at producing research evidence supporting health care services and systems to

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TABLO

Arts and creativity represent valuable aids in improving overall well-being. The use of arts for individuals suffering from chronic conditions could improve their physical health, mental health outcomes, their quality

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RESPREMO

This project aims to develop an adapted and enhanced mHealth couple intervention to prevent postpartum smoking relapse. The main goal of this project is to develop, implement, and disseminate effective

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RESPONSE

The aim of the RESPONSE project is to increase maternal health team GBV disclosure in patients, referral to specialist services and safety planning in 5 geographically diverse EU countries (Austria,

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QT / PERSIST

The “Family Smoking Cessation in Romania Using Pregnancy as a Window of Opportunity” project aims to adapt, enhance, and test the implementation feasibility and initial efficacy, in Romania, of an

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MAIA

Advancing Maternal and Child Health in Romania: an integrated assessment of the determinants of pregnancy outcomes initiative, also known as the MAIA Project, aims to explore and explain the impact

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JAseHN

The overall ambition from MS is to better include eHealth into health policy and better align eHealth investments to health needs. A central aspect is the transferability of health data

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iCREATE

The goals of this project are to create a critical mass of injury researchers from multiple disciplines and to engage injury and violence agencies and stakeholders.

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DIYPES

DIYPES project was awarded by the European Commission under Erasmus+ Sport program. The project started on the 1st of January 2017 and will last for 24 months.

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