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ADAPT project events – Save the dates!

The ADAPT project started in January 2017 and will finish in June 2021. It is cofinanced by the European Regional Development Fund within the framework of the INTERREG VA France (Channel) England programme. The project focuses on four main topics: Smart and connected Electrical Powered Wheelchairs (EPW) An EPW Simulator platform using virtual reality Training of healthcare …

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IMPRESS Health 2

2011 – 2015 This  project brought together partners from the Picardie region of France with colleagues in Kent and Medway to help identify the reasons behind late diagnosis of HIV and how to promote earlier testing. It was part of the Interreg IVA France (Channel) England programme, co-financed by the ERDF, and worked with local authorities, charities and …

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COALAS

2012 – 2015 This was an East Kent Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust (EKHUFT) project in partnership with ESIGELEC, Universite de Picardie Jules Verne, University of Essex and the University of Kent. The Health and Europe Centre provided the administrative support for EKHUFT’s medical physics and neuro-rehabilitation departments who worked with their academic colleagues to develop …

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SYSIASS

2011 – 2015 This Interreg-funded project has designed an intelligent electric wheelchair, which is a great improvement on existing wheelchairs as it allows autonomous guidance and efficient and secure communication to be established with the equipment. The Health and Europe Centre provided administrative support to the East Kent Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust who worked …

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Self Efficacy: An International Literature Review

2009 – 2011 This project built on previous research undertaken in Kent which looked at the values and attitudes of young people that pre-determine their life choices. The research further explored the rationale that certain young people seem to be more susceptible to ‘risky’ behaviours like crime, drug abuse, anti-social behaviour, homelessness, poor health, benefit dependency and …

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Bien-être: Healthy Communities

2005 – 2007 Bien-être was a cross border two-year healthy schools and communities project between a multi-agency partnership in Kent and Pas-de-Calais, France which started in September 2005. The objectives of Bien-être were to create cross-border and local learning networks – comprising of those involved with the health and education of children and the well-being of communities …

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