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Seas, Oceans and Public Health in Europe (SOPHIE): a Strategic Research Agenda for Europe and Beyond

Deliverables

'Living’ Data Management Plan

D.1.2 Data Management Plan (M6) – assessment of what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and re-use; and/or how it will be updated and preserved with input from WP3 and all partners.

Policy Brief

D2.2 Policy brief (M24) – highlight the key policy gaps, challenges and opportunities for aligning environmental and human health policy goals with respect to seas and ocean.

'Living’ Risk Management Plan

D1.1 Risk management plan (M6) – outline of the approach that will be taken to identify, track and mitigate risk arising during the course of the project (and see section 3.2.4).

A report on European Public’s Perceptions, Behaviours and Priorities of OHH

D2.1 A report compiling the results of the pan-European Survey on ‘European Public’s Perceptions, Behaviours and Priorities relevant to Oceans and Human Health (M16)- detail the common and conflicting perceptions, practices and priorities with easy to disseminate infographics.

"Result of pilot ""Tourism & Citizen Science Programme"""

D5.2 Report on the Pilot Tourism & CS programme on OHH (M30) – Report on the actions, results, conclusions and recommendations of the Pilot “Tourism & Citizen Science Programme on Oceans and Human Health”.

SOPHIE SRA

D6.2 Oceans and Human Health Strategic Research Agenda (M28) – Results of an Expert Foresight Analysis to identify the most important emerging threats and benefits across the full spectrum of possible interactions between marine environment and human health and wellbeing

Narrative lessons learnt

D1.2: A narrative of the WP4 results will be provided at the project website at the end of the project (M30).

SOPHIE Website & Forum Platform

D1.3 SOPHIE Web Portal/Stakeholder Forum Platform (M8) - the web gateway of SOPHIE which will have dedicated internal and external functionalities and interactive tools for effective dissemination of the project results while supporting effective scientific networking and reporting in collaboration with WP3 and all partners.

OHH Community Portal

D6.1 An online virtual European Oceans and Human Health community of experts and professionals (M6). Dedicated web pages on the SOPHIE website where interested experts can register to be part of a European OHH network. Web pages will be managed and continually updated to provide links and knowledge resources for a growing OHH community, including the outputs of the SOPHIE project.

On-line training materials on OHH & Tourism and the application of the specific Citizen Science 'step-by-step' protocols to be applied under the programme

D5.1 On-line training materials on OHH & Tourism and on the application of the specific citizen science “step-bystep” protocols to be applied under the programme (M18) – On-line training materials on the application of the designed step-by-step protocols on how to develop and implement citizen science initiatives that contribute to the framework Projects designed.

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Publications

Policy Needs for Oceans and Human Health

Author(s): European Marine Board
Published in: 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3822099

"Pilot ""tourism and citizen science"" programme on oceans and human health : report on results and recommendations"

Author(s): Julia Vera, Mariluz Parga
Published in: 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3859389

Health and well-being from the sea: Future trends and possible solutions for Europe

Author(s): Blauw; Wuijts; Legat; De Vries
Published in: Issue 6, 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3859792

Human health and EU maritime policy: Closing the loop. H2020 SOPHIE Project

Author(s): Oonagh McMeel; Nathalie Tonne; Jan-Bart Calewaert
Published in: Issue 4, 2020
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3663619

Multi-Actor Stakeholder Priorities for Oceans and Human Health in Europe

Author(s): Britton, E., Domegan, C. & McHugh, P.
Published in: 2020

Citizen Priories for Oceans and Human Health

Author(s): Britton, E., McHugh, P. & Domegan, C.
Published in: 2020

What linkages have been researched between the marine environment and human health? A systematic map protocol

Author(s): Cox, Daniel; Bethel, Alison; Garside, Ruth
Published in: Issue 1, 2019
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3824149

Our Ocean & Human Health Citizen Conversations Summary Report

Author(s): Britton, E., McHugh, P. & Domegan, C.
Published in: 2019

Moving Toward an Agenda on Ocean Health and Human Health in Europe

Author(s): Angel Borja, Mathew P. White, Elisa Berdalet, Nikolaj Bock, Claire Eatock, Peter Kristensen, Anne Leonard, Josep Lloret, Sabine Pahl, Mariluz Parga, Julia Vera Prieto, Susanne Wuijts, Lora E. Fleming
Published in: Frontiers in Marine Science, Issue 7, 2020, ISSN 2296-7745
DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00037

Review of the evidence for oceans and human health relationships in europe:a systematic map

Author(s): Short. R: Cox, D: Lin. Y: Bethel. A; Garside. R
Published in: Environment International (submitted to), 2020, ISSN 0160-4120
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3839703