4th Transnational Project Meeting

On June 14, 2023, PHILIP partners met for the 4th occasion in Vilnius, Lithuania for a transnational project meeting hosted this time by INWN. During this meeting, many topics were discussed by the partners but the majority of exchanges converged on Project Result (PR) 2 and 3. As a reminder, PR2 essentially deals with the … Read more

3rd Transnational Project Meeting

On March 30, 2023, PHILIP partners met for the third occasion in Vigo, Spain in Postal3 premises. All representatives have been attending in person this meeting, and successfully addressed the completion of Project Result 1, which had been led by TUCEP. More specifically, it enabledpartners to remind and summarized the main findings of: – the … Read more

Project Result 2 : Teachers´ book

The second result of the PHILIP project is the Teachers’ Book, which is intended to serve as a comprehensive resource for teachers and educators who interact with students on a daily basis. These teachers will also be conducting training sessions during the later stages of the project. The Teachers’ Book is divided into three parts, … Read more

Project Result 1: Country analysis

The first phase of PHILIP project implementation consists of conducting specific national research in each partner country involved, respectively: Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, and Spain.

Activity 1: Quantitative research among pupils 11-15 years old.

Under the guidance of the Italian lead partner TUCEP, all partners have prepared and translated a questionnaire for pupils aged 11-15, with the help of which the partners will find out the level of health literacy of pupils in partner countries and weaknesses that will need to be addressed within the creation of educational modules. After sharing the questionnaire with primary schools and collected data, partners have summarized the results in national reports (available in English).

Activity 2: Qualitative research.

Following the quantitative research, the partner organizations mediated at least 3 in-depth interviews with relevant stakeholders of the project such as pediatricians, educators, school psychologists, pedagogical psychological counseling centers, and other relevant representatives of the health sector. This activity was planned to ensure the direct involvement of the target group already at the beginning of the project implementation to analyze the state of art concerning health literacy among children. Interviews with representatives of various sectors of the health sector enabled partners to gain several perspectives and relevant views on the issues to be addressed. Partners have summarized the results in national reports (available in English).

Activity 3: Country research report.

The third and last activity of Project Result 1, is a country research report which has been created by TUCEP. The report includes the main results of both types of research made by each partner organization. The aim of the output is to prepare a summary where the main findings and conclusions can be gathered.

Based on the up-to-date transnational report, partners may estimate the real competencies and knowledge, as well as information needs, training demands, and existing opportunities of the target group in their countries. This report gives the basis of the project needs in the partner countries.

2nd Transnational Project Meeting

On November 9, the PHILIP partners met in Karditsa, Greece, for the second consortium meeting of the project hosted by E-school. All partners attended the meeting, those who could not attend live participated remotely. During the meeting, the developments related to management, implementation and dissemination, were summarized and addressed. Regarding the project results, each partner … Read more

PHILIP Kick-off Meeting

On June 22nd, 2022, PHILIP’s project partners gathered in Coimbra, Portugal, for the first Transnational Project Meeting. One of the main goals of the kick-off meeting was to ensure that the project will achieve its objectives on time and to the expected quality levels. A risk management strategy was also agreed on. Partners also agreed … Read more