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Work Packages Overview

Work package n° 1: Coordination of the project

The two main organisations, ESC and EHN, will make sure that this project is properly managed from the administrative, financial and content point of view.

Work package n° 2: Dissemination of the results

Reports for each relevant work package will be widely disseminated to EU and national policy makers and relevant stakeholders. Information dissemination at national level will be adapted to and focus on the different situations in each country.

Work package n° 3: Evaluation of the project

The way to evaluate the project is to measure it against indicators like the number of translated versions of HeartScore or implementation and adaptation to the national situations of the European guidelines on CVD prevention in those countries involved in the work package etc.

Work package n° 4: Launch of the European Heart Health Charter

The work package n° 4 aims at supporting the launch of the Charter at European level and in various countries across Europe.

Work package n° 5: National plans, policies and measures impacting on CVH promotion and CVD prevention

This work package proposes to give a clear picture of cardiovascular health promotion policies in 16 European countries.

Work package n° 6: Women and CVD

The objective of the work package is to question gender differences in the management of cardiovascular diseases and consequently provide recommendations for research & regulatory policy makers.

Work package n° 7: Dissemination of HeartScore at national level

The objective of this work package is to expand the number of adaptation/translation of the Heartscore application, a web based interactive tool for predicting and managing the risk of heart attack and stroke in Europe.

Work package n° 8: Adapt European Guidelines on CVD prevention to national data and disseminate national Guidelines

The work package n° 8 promotes the implementation of the European Guidelines through collaboration between various professional groups at the national level.