Deliverables

Here you can download the submitted by the JANPA work packages to the European Commission. WP1 and WP3 deliverables are released for internal use only, distribution is limited to consortium members.

 

ATTENTION: This page is currently under development. Pdf files will be uploaded as soon as they are produced.

 

WP2

  • D2.2 “Leaflet” The information leaflet gives the basic project information to the stakeholders and is translated in all the partners’ national language.
  • D2.4-5-7-9-11-12 “Newsletter” A total of 12 newsletters will be disseminated during the entire course of the project: 6 among the stakeholders and 6 to the DG SANTE.
  • D2.13 “The layman version of the final report” This short summary, translated by the partners in their national language, contains the results and conclusions of the project.
  • D2.14 “Position paper” Defined with the support of all WP leaders, the document includes models and strong recommendations for the implementation of JANPA results.

WP4

  • D4.1 “Evidence paper and study protocols” (pdf 4 Mb) Review of published academic and grey literature and other materials from participating countries. The study protocols will specify the methodology and modelling approach to be used.
  • D4.2 “Report on country-specific prevalence and impact studies” These reports will focus on describing present-day childhood obesity and current obesity trends and lifetime impacts.
  • D4.3 “Report on country-specific costing studies”. These reports will focus on the lifetime costs of present-day childhood obesity and current trends.
  • D4.4 “Report on country-specific forecasting studies”. These reports will focus on the effect on 1% and 5% reductions in the prevalence of childhood obesity on lifetime impacts and costs.
  • Croatia, Italy and Portugal are participating in basic studies; Greece, Ireland, Romania and Slovenia are participating in advanced studies. The aim of the more advanced studies is to strengthen the methodology of the basic studies, assist in the interpretation of country-specific findings, explore grading of country-specific findings and build capacity in participating EU Member states.
  • D4.5 “Briefing for EU ministers” Working brief which can then be used by EU Member states and Ministers of Health as an evidence base for additional measures to fight the childhood obesity epidemic.

WP5

  • D5.1 “Best practices inventory and guidelines for improving the collection and use (both by stakeholders and by consumers) of nutritional food information” The report identifies available food information, analyzes uses of food information for nutrition policy and presents use and understanding of food information by families.
  • D5.2 “Pilot study and identification of participants in a monitoring network”. This document presents nutritional composition comparisons, best reformulations and possible improvements.

WP6

  • D6.1 “Definition and criteria for good practices” (pdf 957 kb). This document contains a definition and good practice criteria in relation to childhood obesity prevention in kindergartens and schools, with special attention to the issues of sustainability and inequalities in health.
  • D6.2 “Final report of the existing model good practices” Overview and analysis of the collected good practices, including specific recommendations for the final guidance document.
  • D6.3 “Final Guidance document on the integrated approach and its potentials” Addressed to programme planners and decision makers, this guide includes key lessons, main facilitators and barriers for the successful implementation of policy measures and national initiatives in kindergartens and schools.
  • D6.4 “Web-based toolbox for program planners and decision makers”.
  • It helps programme planners and decision makers to design and implement effective interventions.

WP7

  • D7.1 “Definition and criteria of good practice for overweight and obesity prevention programs targeted to families during pregnancy, breastfeeding and early infancy” (pdf 616 kb). It reviews the policies and actions of nutrition and physical activity that are specifically targeted for pregnant mothers and families with small children, that are being implemented by both government and non-governmental organizations.
  • D7.2 “Report of case studies in Member States” (pdf 1 Mb) This document evaluates and analyzes examples of actions in European countries.
  • D7.3 “Report on conditions for successful implementation and transferability of actions” In this document information from on-going interventions is collected and analyzed in terms of conditions for successful implementation and transferability of actions.
  • D7.5 “Final report including information/data on national policies and activities in each MS” This report summarizes procedures for developing, monitoring and evaluating policies across Europe, to prevent childhood obesity during early life.