BaltCityPrevention, first partner meeting in Flensburg
After approval by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme the BaltCityPrevention partners meet in Flensburg 5 to 6 September.
BaltCityPrevention will develop and test a model that public health authorities can apply in prevention intervention planning.
The project thus strives to enhance the institutional capacity of Public Health Authorities in the Baltic Sea Region, supporting them in their task to offer effective prevention and health promotion interventions
The project is coordinated by Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Prof. Roland Trill.
On the photo: Prof. Roland Trill
An integrated and participatory approach
The most important outcome of BaltCityPrevention will be an integrated and participatory approach to planning, testing, evaluating and implementing prevention measures.
This is currently far from being common practice in public health.
BaltCityPrevention collaborates with the EU Baltic Sea Region flagship ScanBalt HealthRegion.