A physical activity policy database will be prepared, that links to the already established healthy diets policy database (NOURISHING).
A face-to-face meeting will be arranges, including both policy experts and youth to develop and validate criteria for benchmarking policies and to develop a policy index.
A workshop for CO-CREATE co-workers will be held to provide information on how to apply the protocol developed in deliverable 7.4.
A document will be prepared to make publicly available methodology for a global and targeted European policy scan.
A set of criteria for benchmarking policies and a policy index to assess overall “policy status” of a country in the areas of promoting healthy diets and physical Activity will be provided.
Documentation on the developed model for the WP-6 dialogue forums will be provided. The prototype will be tested in Norway.
A questionnaire for measuring attitudes/ readiness for action towards policy measures to combat childhood obesity will be prepared as part of the evaluation work. The questionnaire will be pretested with the target groups in each case country before implementation.
A physical activity policy framework will be outlined, to provide a basis for the physical activity policy monitoring tool.
Protocols for recruitment and training of diverse youth across different countries will be provided, outlining recruitment procedures for activities involving participating youth.
Minutes from the project kick-off meeting, summarizing the issues adressed.
A report describing obesity system structures will be provided, to provide a framework for the agent-based modelling in WP7.
A web-site will be created, consisting of external pages for open dissemination and information about the Project and internal pages for collaboration within the consortium.
Minutes from the first and second meetings with the Project Steering Committee, summarizing the issues adressed.
Based on data collected through the Childhood Obesity Surveillance Initiative (COSI), reports on time trends and differences in overweight and obesity rates by socio-economic status will be provided. This will be the first of two reports based on data from COSI.
A report outlining a prioritised set of potentially important policy levers derived from the systems maps generated in Task 4.1 will be provided. This report will be used as the basis for work in WP5.
To ensure that all work will be high quality a quality assurance plan will be prepared.
Country specific system maps of the drivers of energy balance related behaviours and a master map that synthesises the key elements of the other maps will be provided.
An evaluation protocol will be written to assess impact of participation on changes in attitudes and readiness for action among the adolescents and stakeholders before, just after activities in WP4-6, as well as 4-6 months after the forum in WP6
A report that synthesises the findings of WP2, WP3 and WP4 in an overall conceptual model of the factors driving obesity among adolescents in Europe will be provided, with a particular focus on modifiable policy options.
The first out of two reports that will be provided, summarizing observed time-related changes in overweight, obesity and EBRB in relation to changes in national diet and physical activity policies.
A report describing the conceptual framework derived in deliverable 4.1 will be provided. This report will support the WP 6 dialogue forum.
A review of existing public health models and previous systems approaches to childhood obesity will be provided.
A set of conceptual system maps will be provided, outlining the drivers of energy balance related behaviours from the perspective of European youth, policymakers, and academic experts.
A systematic review of systematic reviews of policy measures and interventions designed to prevent overweight and obesity among children and adolescents will be provided.
Minutes from the third and fourth meeting with the Project Steering Committee, summarizing the issues adressed.
Proposals for new policy in the form of policy briefs will be prepared by participating youth in collaboration with project researchers.
Based on data collected through the Health Behavior in School Children (HBSC), reports on time trends and differences in energy balance related behavior, overweight and obesity rates by gender, age group and socio-economic status will be provided. This will be the first of two reports based on data from HBSC.
"The resulting innovative knowledge and easy accessible end-user material from this project will feed into the EIP-AGRI (The agricultural European Innovation Partnership) website for broad dissemination. The end-user material to be produced contains a substantial number of summaries for practitioners in the EIP common format (""practice abstracts""), including the characteristics of the project (e.g. contact details of partners, etc). A full package of practice abstracts will be produced by the project, containing all the outcomes/recommendations which are ready for practice. A ""practice abstract"" is a short summary of around 1000-1500 characters (word count – no spaces; see below) which describes the main information/recommendation/practice that can serve the end-users in their daily practice. Guidance and templates for these practice abstracts are available on the EIP-AGRI web site: http://ec.europa.eu/eip/agriculture/en/content/eip-agri-common-format. A total target number of 20 practice abstracts is foreseen for the first batch. "
A synthesis of reports, conceptual maps, policy briefs coming from WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5 will be provided, to ensure transfer of knowledge.
To ensure that all work will be within best practice guidelines, a project strategy for ethics, gender and youth involvement will be prepared.
Policy briefs on effective strategies for targeting adolescents will be provided, with basis in research literature and Project analyses of data from COSI and HBSC. This will be the first of two such policy briefs.
DEC Strategy and Operational Plan and standard practices for the CO-CREATE Project will be provided, defining strategies for targeting different audiences and their implementation through a detailed activity plan.
A web platform will be provided, that makes policies from both NOURISHING and the physical activity databases easily and openly accessible.
A Science, Policy and Ethics Advisory Board will be established, consisting of researchers, policy makers, youth and ethics experts to provide advice throughout the project period.
Data management plan with protocol for data collection, data cleaning and data sharing.The data management plan will be updated in accordance the progress of the project.
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