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Healthier People: Management of Change through Monitoring and Action. 24 October 2012 , St Petersburg Katja Lahikainen, Project Manager. Project Team. Partners Lappeenranta University of Technology / Northern Dimension Institute (Lead P artner) Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association
Healthier People: Management of Change through Monitoring and Action 24 October 2012, St Petersburg Katja Lahikainen, Project Manager
Project Team Partners • Lappeenranta University of Technology / Northern Dimension Institute (Lead Partner) • Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association • NGO Development Centre • Tallinn University • University of Eastern Finland Associated Partners • Committee for Social Policy of Administration of St. Petersburg, Department for Demographic questions and gender policy • Medical Informatics and Analysis Centre of St Petersburg Public Health Committee • NordicCouncil of Ministers´ (NCM) Informationoffice in St. Petersburg • St. Petersburg Public Health Committee • St Petersburg State University • The Federal Research Institute for Health Care Organization and Information Total Budget: € 250 000 (EU contribution: € 200 000) Duration: 1 February 2012 – 31 January 2014
Work Packages (WPs) Activities in 2012: WP1 Setting up of the system for measuring PYLL (Potential Years of Life Lost) and analysis of the results WP2 Formulation of strategic intervention plan Activities in 2013: WP3 Implementation of action: Management of change WP4 Dissemination of PYLL practice
Setting up of the System for Measuring PYLL and Analysis of the Results WP1 leader: University of Eastern Finland Expected results: • A model of a reliable death register • Analytical programme for calculation of PYLL rates • Reporting system for PYLL-rates • Analysis of the results
Formulation of Strategic Intervention Plan WP2 leader: Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association Expected results: • Strategic plan for overcoming preventable premature mortality and morbidity • Adoption of strategic intervention plan based on consensus meeting(s) with stakeholders • 1 seminar held
Implementation of Action: Management of Change WP3 leader: The NGO Development Centre Expected results: • Implementation of action with highest possible health gain in the target population • 6 information-consultation meetings and 2 seminars held
Dissemination of PYLL Practice WP4 leader: Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association Expected results: • Information about the project, it’s results and PYLL practice in the RF and ND area • Information materials published online and project brochures published • 1 seminar, 1 final conference
Contacts Katja Lahikainen Project Manager Lappeenranta University of Technology Katja.email@example.com Mob. +358 400 570 603 Anna Skvortsova Project Coordinator in Russia NGO Development Centre firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +(7-812)718 3794