HEALTH POINTS: Innovative tools for education and health prevention

29 June 2018 | Adult

What tools can be developed to bring young people closer to health education?

Is it possible to increase health prevention through play?

The second meeting of the Health Points project took place in Aarhus (Denmark), from 14 to 15 June 2018.

During the meeting in Aarhus the preliminary results of the research were presented that will support the methodology and the practical creation of the learning game of the Health Points project. In this regard, the various online tools that can support the creation of a game on health prevention have been carefully studied by the consortium.

All the results of the project and the related news can be easily reached through the website healthpoints.eu.

The next activities that will be implemented by the European consortium concern a training program for trainers, tutors and educators, who will see a first training in Austria in early 2019.

 

About the project

Health Points – A game based approach for Health Promotion is a project co-funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + program, Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education.

The project aims to promote an educational approach based on gaming and provide innovative access to information on health prevention and education for disadvantaged young adults.

Partners

The consortium consists of the following European partners:

For further information

Read more about Health Points.

Visit healthpoints.eu.

Contact Giovanni Barbieri, giovanni.barbieri@cesie.org.