The aim of the project was to reduce hazardous and harmful alcohol use and substance use in general among young people in municipalities around the Baltic Sea region through local empowerment and capacity building.
General recommendations on community-based alcohol and drug prevention
ADPY Cooperation Model: Model of collaboration between different sectors in solving problems of alcohol use among young people
Healthification seed money project
The state of play report resulting from this NDPHS Seed Money Project, funded by the German Ministry of Health, looks at the implementation of Health in All Policies approach on the municipal level and availability of reliable and updated health data that can be used for evidence-based decision making, with the special focus on the analysis of Potential Years of Life Lost (PYLL). The report will inform the development of a larger project.
The aim of the project was to improve public health in the Baltic Sea region and, in particular, in its eastern part. Within this wide objective, the project focused on the role of primary health care and its benefits for the public health system as well as the regional competitiveness.
The aim of the project was to raise the attractiveness of remote primary health care. Opportunities for professional networking and continuing medical education as well as career development in remote areas are several issues which could be efficiently managed by means of tele-consultation and tele-mentoring, including social media. The project complements the Imprim and ICT for Health projects.
Food and health security in the Norwegian, Finnish and Russian border region: linking local industries, communities and social-economic impacts
Lead Partner: NILU (Norvegian Institute for Air Research)
The objective of the project is to assess the impact of industrial pollution on food safety and human health in the populated Norwegian, Finnish, and Russian border region. The project will also get insight into people’s risk perception due to pollution of their local environment through interviews and questionnaires.
MONALISA 2.0 – Taking maritime transport into the digital age
Lead partner: Swedish Maritime Administration, Market Department, Sweden
The vision is to shake up and sharpen the whole transport chain by making real-time information available to all interested and authorised parties.
Motorway of the Sea Rostock-Gedser
Lead partner: Port of Rostock
The Action is part of a global project, covering infrastructure initiatives on the transport axis Copenhagen-Berlin: extension of railway Rostock-Berlin, upgrading of European road E55 into the port of Rostock, introduction of new ferries.
Northern Beauty - Barents' Visual Arts in the 1970s and the 1980s
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the people-to-people cooperation and identity building of the Barents region by establishing cooperation between arts and cultural institutions
Practice Future - an Open Innovation Local Business and Students Network
Lead Partner: Finnmark University College, Norway
Small enterprises in the Barents Region and students and faculty staff from five universities are cooperating in an Open Innovation project.
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