The Government of the Balearic Islands (E) is looking for partners to join a project proposal that will be submitted within the 3rd Programme of Community Actions in the Field of Health (2014-2020), Topic « Gathering knowledge and exchanging best practices on measures reducing underage drinking and heavy episodic drinking » (Call PJ-02-2016, deadline 2nd June 2016 h 17:00 CET).
This project aims to study and determine the alcohol-related trauma in summer destinations along the Mediterranean coast, connecting the dots followed by the young European tourists going on holidays which often involves heavy drinking as main ingredient, that suffer an alcohol-related major trauma. That means getting to know their reasons in order to be able to establish preventive measures in their countries of origin and at their destinations as well. The project wants to explore which kind of trauma are more frequent after alcohol consumption in order to improve the care to these patients and to prevent it from happening. Moreover it wants to get knowledge about how is the come back to normal life into their countries after suffering alcohol-related major trauma, that will help in launching actions to improve their integration and quality of life.
The project duration will be between 30 and 36 months and the EU grant is 60% of the total estimated budget (consequently, the remaining part of the total eligible expenses entered in the budget must be financed from sources other than the EU grant).
The partners willing to join should have the following profile:
– National or Regional Ministry of Health
– National or Regional Ministry of Tourism
– Universities, Research Centres, etc
– Local Authorities
And should come from the following countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Malta, Sweden, United Kingdom.
If you wish to ask for additional information as well as to join this project proposal, please contact Mrs Agnese Pantaloni.
The deadline to express your potential interest in being partner of this proposal is April 20th.