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The EBug Project. A European teaching resource for schools. The Russell Hotel. 18 th –19 th September 2006. EBug: Overall aims. Design and produce a teaching pack and website For: 9-11 years and 14-16 years Covering: Prudent antibiotic use Hand hygiene Respiratory hygiene

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the ebug project

The EBug Project

A European teaching resource for schools

The Russell Hotel

18th –19th September 2006

slide2

EBug: Overall aims

  • Design and produce a teaching pack and website
  • For: 9-11 years and 14-16 years
  • Covering: Prudent antibiotic use

Hand hygiene

Respiratory hygiene

Importance of vaccines

  • Translate and disseminate across Europe
time lines
Time-lines

1-3m Jun 06 - Aug 06appoint UK staff

3-12m Sep 06- May 07research across Europe

13-21m Jun 07 -Feb 08pack and website in England

22-27m Mar 08-Aug 08translation in 9 AP countries

27-39m Aug 08- Aug 09 dissemination in AP countries

22-39m Mar 08- Aug 09 evaluation in 3 AP countries

36m May 09 presentation to collaborating countries

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EBug: Work packages

WP1 Coordination of project

WP2 Dissemination of results

WP3 Evaluation of project

WP4 Background research

WP5 Pack design & development

WP6 Website design& development

WP7 Implementation across Europe

wp4 background research sep 06 may 07 lead cliodna
WP4: Background research Sep 06 - May 07 Lead Cliodna

Deliverable May 07 written report for each country:

  • school curriculum
  • public education campaigns
  • public or school websites
  • Pattern of antibiotic use
  • countries culture or customs
  • stakeholders in health / education

Hygiene

Antibiotics

Micro-organisms

wp5 pack design development jun 07 feb 08 lead cliodna
WP5: Pack design & development Jun 07 - Feb 08 Lead Cliodna

Deliverable: Production of pack & artwork for 2 age groups

  • Content & design determined by:
  • best practice found during research
  • May/June 07 meeting and review by partners
  • Should include activities:
        • good and bad bacteria
        • hand and respiratory hygiene
        • prudent antibiotic use
        • vaccines
wp6 website design development jun 07 feb 08 lead patty
WP6: website design & development Jun 07 - Feb 08 Lead Patty
  • Content & design : Compliments & extends activities in pack
  • Should include interactive games:
        • good and bad bacteria
        • hand and respiratory hygiene
        • prudent antibiotic use
        • vaccines

Deliverable: Production of website for 2 age groups

hosted by City University

wp7 translation implementation of pack and website in ap countries mar 08 aug 09 lead pierre
WP7: translation & implementation of pack and website in AP countries Mar 08 - Aug 09Lead Pierre
  • Deliverables:
  • translation & design appropriate for each country
  • printing of 100 packs per age group / million population

Spain 2000, Italy 3000

  • presentation of packs & website to stakeholders in health & education
wp3 evaluation of pack and website evaluation of project lead julius
WP3:Evaluation of pack and website Evaluation of project Lead Julius
  • Methods:
  • Monitoring of project progress by Audit committee
  • Pack & website evaluation in Denmark, France, Czech R

ease of use and impact on knowledge

questionnaires, focus groups and web logs

  • Deliverables:
  • 3 evaluation reports

pack, website & final overview

  • Modified pack & website after evaluation as necessary
wp2 dissemination of research results pack website lead patty

Deliverables:

  • 2 dissemination meetings
    • research results
    • final packs & website

All partners

& collaborators

WP2: Dissemination of research results, pack & website Lead Patty
  • Endorsement of EBug pack by Departments of Education in Associated countries
  • Dissemination of minutes & reports to partners & on website
wp1 coordination of project lead cliodna
WP1: Coordination of project Lead Cliodna
  • Facilitate good communication between all partners
  • Management & coordination of all work packages
  • Oversee timely production of reports
  • Report to audit committee
  • Resolve any problems or delays
  • Facilitated by:
  • Lead administrator in England – Diane Stallabrass
  • Administrators in each country
  • Work package leaders and partners
the ebug project1

The EBug Project

Your role

The Russell Hotel

18th –19th September 2006

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Role of associated partners

In your country:

  • Identify stakeholders
  • assist with research of resources
  • comment on draft resources
  • coordinate & organise translation of resources
  • coordinate printing of packs
  • facilitate dissemination of resources
  • organise dissemination meetings

Be enthusiastic

& attend partner meetings!

the collaborating partners
The collaborating partners
  • Partners name
  • Arjana Tambic
  • Pentti Huovinen
  • Gabor Ternak
  • Berzina Sandra
  • Rolanda Valinteliene
  • Tomas Tesar
  • Pokorn Marko
  • Institution
  • University hospital of Infectious Disease
  • National Institute of Public Health
  • University of Pecs
  • Latvian University
  • Institute of hygiene
  • Comenius University
  • Univerzitetni Center
  • Partner
  • Croatia
  • Finland
  • Hungary
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
role of collaborating partners
Role of collaborating partners
  • attend May/June 07 research presentation meeting
  • identify stakeholders in education and health
  • attend May/June 09 dissemination meeting
  • facilitate translation of resources
  • facilitate dissemination of resources
  • Financial backing:
  • only support to attend the 2 meetings
slide17

EBug: Other meetings

  • 10 teleconferences - 3 monthly

APs and main staff

November 06, February 07

  • 2 Meetings each AP with Donna/Tauseef

2007 and 2008

  • Dissemination meeting in each country

In period Mar 08 – May 09

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Audit committee

  • Chairman: Herman Goossens

Other members: Ian Fisher, Carole Fry , Cliodna

  • Meetings: At all AP meetings
  • Remit: Monitor progress and milestones

Report concerns to main partner & EU

Produce minutes of meetings

Help resolve conflicts / problems

  • Deliverables: Minutes of meetings
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