Project output

 

Deliverable: Lay mens summary SPIMEU project
Date: September, 2018
Institutes: all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  Summary of the whole project
Product: Summary of the SPIMEU project

 

Deliverable: Project leaflet for the SPIMEU project (D2.3)
Authors:¬† Trine Thilsing, Jens S√łndergaard, Lars Bruun Larsen, Anders Halling
Institute: University of Southern Denmark
Aim:  A project leaflet comprising a short description of the SPIMEU project, its objectives, activities and partners is produced. The leaflet is to be used for promotion of the project eg. at conferences and meetings, and by primary care professionals when implementing the feasibility studies.
Product: English:    click  here       Czech:       click here
Danish:     click  here       Dutch:       click here
Greek:       click  here       Swedish:   click here

 

Deliverable: Dissemination plan SPIMEU project (D2.1)
Date: September, 2016
Institutes: University of Southern Denmark, Julius Centre, and NIVEL
Aim:  It describes the actions undertaken to ensure that the results and deliverables of the project will be made available to the target group.
Product: Dissemination plan SPIMEU

 

Deliverable: Toolbox SPIMEU project (D2.4)
Date: July, 2018
Institutes: University of Southern Denmark, Julius Centre, and NIVEL
Aim:  A generic toolbox for the implementation of selective prevention initiatives for cardiometabolic diseases in Europe.
Product: Toolbox SPIMEU project

 

Deliverable: Consensus workshop SPIMEU project (D7.2)
Date: June, 2018
Institutes: Charles University, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:¬† To design a generic stepwise program for identifying people at high risk for cardio-metabolic diseases, that can be tailored to the country-specific context in five EU Member States, based on the results of WP4-6 and based on the¬†Dutch guideline ‚ÄėThe Prevention Consultation, Cardiometabolic Risk module‚Äô.
Product: Article submitted

 

Deliverable: Final report on feasibility studies SPIMEU project (D8.3)
Date: September, 2018
Institutes: University of Crete, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  To test the feasibility of implementing the tailored selective prevention programs (designed in WP7) in five EU Member States with regards to their acceptance and participation rate.
Product: Report of the feasibility study

 

WP: WP 5: Literature review
Date: Januari, 2018
Institutes: Karolinska Institutet, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  Barriers and facilitators among health professionals in primary care to prevention of cardiometabolic diseases: A systematic review
Product: Scientific article

 

WP: WP 6: Acceptability of selective prevention actions
Date: July, 2018
Institutes: Julius Center for Health Sciences, NIVEL, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  Selective prevention of cardiometabolic diseases: activities and attitudes of general practitioners across Europe.
Product: Scientific article

 

WP: WP 5: Literature review
Date: August, 2018
Institutes: Karolinska Institutet, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  Barriers and facilitators to participation in a health check for cardiometabolic diseases in primary care: A systematic review.
Product: Scientific article

 

WP: WP 4: Mapping existing selective prevention programs
Date: September, 2018
Institutes: Julius Center for Health Sciences, NIVEL, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:¬† No ‚Äúone size fits all‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúsine qua non‚ÄĚ for selective cardiometabolic prevention programmes in Europe.
Product: Article submitted

 

WP: WP 6: Acceptability of selective prevention actions
Date: September, 2018
Institutes: Julius Center for Health Sciences, NIVEL, all SPIMEU-partners
Aim:  Active approach to identify individuals at high risk for cardiometabolic diseases in five European countries: no association with general practitioners’ characteristics.
Product: Article submitted