The VIM consortium is waiting for you in Athens on 10th of October, 2019 at INNOVATHENS.
The VIM consortium invites you to the final conference of the VIM project. The conference will be hosted by our Greek partner KMOP on 10th of October, 2019.
Apart from presenting the main outcomes and lessons learnt in terms of implementing the easy-to use micro-learning and information units for health promotion, we will give space and time for discussions, exchanges, workshops, and networking, so that all participants can be part of the conference processes.
Do you represent a European organisation that promotes health education for migrants? Let your stakeholders know about it and use the VIM Quality Badge!
The VIM Quality Badge is a tangible label designed to convey the engagement of adult educators and training providers that have embedded health prevention and health education elements in training courses with migrants in line with the VIM approach. Find out more!
The second newsletter of the VIM project summarises the findings of the comprehensive research activities in terms of main barriers for migrants to access national healthcare services and their training needs.
Please download the newsletter here.
The VIM team is happy to present its first newsletter.
If you want to get an overview of what VIM stands for and what its main activities and aspired outcomes will be – get the newsletter here.