Open Call in JPI “A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life” - Deadline 31 March 2017

The JPI “A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life” has published a call with Deadline 31 March 2017.

Deadline: March 31st 2017 at 14:00 UTC

Weblink: http://www.healthydietforhealthylife.eu/

Short Call Abstract:

The aim of the call is to establish a multi-disciplinary research network for the monitoring, benchmarking and evaluation of policies that affect dietary and physical activity as well as sedentary behavior with a standardized approach across Europe.

The Policy Evaluation Network should make use of the achievements of the DEDIPAC KH, especially Thematic Area 3 and combine it with other existing tools and frameworks (e.g. INFORMAS) to develop a consistent and sustainable approach for the evaluation and benchmarking of existing policies. The focus should be put on the comprehensive application of this newly developed standardized approach for policy evaluation. Although the network activities are supposed to build on the results of the DEDIPAC KH, the Policy Evaluation Network is explicitly not meant as a direct continuation of the DEDIPAC KH.
For the purpose of this call, policies are defined as decisions, plans, and actions that are implemented by national or regional governments to achieve specific health care goals within a society.

The policies to be evaluated include:
• Policies that directly affect dietary and physical activity as well as sedentary behavior.
• Policies that indirectly affect the aforementioned health behaviors, for example from the field of transportation, agriculture or environment/sustainability.

Policies addressing the consumption of alcohol, tobacco or drugs are excluded from this call.
The Policy Evaluation Network will be implemented in a three-step procedure. Following the electronic submission of the Expression of Interest (EoI) letters and the national eligibility check (step one) the suggested members of the network will be selected by an external international scientific evaluation committee (SEC). The successful researchers and research groups will be invited to a Network Meeting where they can start working on the design, development and writing of one joint proposal (step two). The network proposal will then be evaluated by the SEC (step three).

SSH aspects:

Behavioural aspects , well-being, social aspects/environments, political aspects, economic aspects, cultural aspects; governance issues, assessment of policies, regulatory & legal aspects, educational aspects, gender aspects, acceptance issues, consumption patterns, resilience

Specific participation requirements:


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