... will be the main theme of the 4th JPI HDHL conference. The target audience is
broad and includes not only funders and scientists, but
also policy makers of health & agriculture, industry and health
Communication is of high importance to increase the impact of nutritional science. Understanding the perspectives and needs of other stakeholders is a key aspect of good communication.
An ideal opportunity to initiate promising contacts in pre-arranged
meetings. Between 9:00 and 9:50 you can manage up to 5 speed dates of 10 min as part of the early bird programme.
Four parallel workshops are foreseen e.g. on public-private R&I collaboration; how to improve the impact of nutrition science; how to organize multi-stakeholder dialogues and a decision room session to provide input for the update of the SRA. A brief description of the workshops can be found here and more detailed information will follow.
The audience debate will focus on how to improve the impact of R&I investments in the area of food, nutrition health & physical activity. Nutrition security and the environment will be taken into account. Statements will be selected according to suggestions of the participants that can be done in the registration phase.
Young scientists from about 20 JPI HDHL countries that are involved in one of the JPI HDHL funded projects will provide a short elevator pitch. They will address the relevance of their project for the societal challenge of diet related chronic diseases.
Joint Programming Initiative
A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life
Project coordinator: Jolien Wenink
Organisation conference: Sanne van Geel
T: +31 (0)70 3495444
1210 Brussels, Belgium
P: +32 2 220 69 05
This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement n.696300