Building social and emotional skills
to BOOST mental health resilience
in children and young people in Europe

BOOST is the result of a cooperative effort between different stakeholders in the field of health research, dissemination, education, and policy making. Through the development of an innovative approach, it aims to promote mental health and well-being in the young. Mental well-being is central to population health and well-being. Not ensuring mental well-being can place a great burden on the individual and society. Therefore, it is important to promote prevention interventions that create resilience with long-lasting effects.

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Highlights – BOOST Webinar “Building mental health resilience in children from school: lessons learnt from COVID-19 and innovative approaches”

On 14 September 2022, the BOOST project organized a webinar entitled “Building mental health resilience in children from school: lessons learnt from COVID-19 and innovative approaches”. This virtual event was an occasion to present the state of the art, the latest...

Event – Building mental health resilience in children from school: lessons learnt from COVID-19 and innovative approaches

Building mental health resilience in children from school: Lessons learnt from COVID-19 and innovative approaches Online webinar - 14 September 2022 - 14:00/15:30   Mental well-being is an essential component for leading healthy and productive lives. Over the...

Third BOOST Project Meeting in Córdoba, Spain

After two long years of virtual interactions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the BOOST consortium partners and the members of the Advisory Board finally met in Córdoba from 10 to 12 May to take stock of the implementation status and plan together the next steps from...

BOOST in a snapshot #1: Implementation status in Poland

Following the developments of the BOOST project, a series of interviews was launched to photograph the situation in early 2022. To open the round were Prof. Agata Wiza and Dr. Robert Florkowski from the the University School of Physical Education in Poznań, which is...

BOOST in a snapshot #2: Implementation status in Spain

Following the developments of the BOOST project, a series of interviews was launched to photograph the situation in early 2022. The second appointment saw as interviewees Prof. Eva Romera, Dr. Antonio Camacho, and Prof. Rocío Luque González from the University of...

BOOST in a snapshot #3: Implementation status in Norway

The third and last appointment of “BOOST in a snapshot” hosted Mr. Kjetil Gulsrud Lundemoen from Modum Kommune, a Norwegian municipality in Viken County, responsible for implementing BOOST in schools in Norway. The interview aimed at having an overview of the current...

BOOST at Committee of the Regions Interregional Group on Health and Well-being

BOOST was in the spotlight during the last meeting of the European Union's Committee of the Regions Interregional Group on Health and Well-being! The Committee of the Regions Interregional Group on Health and Well-being (CoR IRGHW) held its last meeting of the year on...

BOOST is programming the next school year

In the weeks leading up to the longed-for summer break, the consortium partners met in a consortium workshop to discuss the steps to be taken in view of the reopening of schools this fall. Partners focused on the development of the so-called service model, which...

BOOST and COVID-19

The first 18 months of the BOOST project provided a solid basis for developing the BOOST approach and building knowledge of the context in the three target countries: Norway, Poland, and Spain. By mid-2019, the project had completed the ‘formative study’ (WP1) and...

Third European Education Summit: Digital Education Transformation

On 10 December 2020, members of the BOOST consortium attended the “Third European Education Summit: Digital Education Transformation”. The aim of this conference was to analyze the transformation of the education system due to the sudden introduction of online...

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