The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study launch its new international report: Spotlight on adolescent health and well-being

On May 19 2020, the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study launch its new international report: Spotlight on adolescent health and well-being. Every 4 years, this WHO collaborative cross-national study provides information about the health, well-being, social environment and health behaviour of 11-, 13- and 15-year-old boys and girls.
The 2017/2018 survey collected data from over 220,000 young people in 45 countries and regions in Europe and Canada. New items introduced to the HBSC survey in 2017/2018 are dedicated to family meals, online communication and cyberbullying.
Learn more by visiting www.bit.ly/HBSCspotlight and follow the conversation via #teenhealth.
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It is a pleasure for our Department of Health Psychology and Methodology Research and CoHeReNt to be a new member (as a first institution in Slovakia !) of the European network for the promotion of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA Europe). We are looking forward for further collaboration with HEPA Europe.

It is a pleasure for our Department of Health Psychology and Methodology Research and CoHeReNt to be a new member (as a first institution in Slovakia !) of the European network for the promotion of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA Europe). We are looking forward for further collaboration with HEPA Europe.

What could be done to improve access to health care for the socially excluded Roma population? Our team along with colleagues from Olomouc University Social Health Institute prepared one-day workshop for experts from the state administration, health care, non-profit organizations and research institutes looking for the answers

What could be done to improve access to health care for the socially excluded Roma population? Our team along with colleagues from Olomouc University Social Health Institute prepared on the 20th of February one-day workshop for experts from the state administration, health care, non-profit organizations and research institutes looking for the answers.

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Our colleagues Daniela Fiľakovská Bobáková and Shoshana Chovan attended a gala night, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Carpathian Foundation in Slovakia as many hard-working organizations and individuals, working to enhance life within their communities were awarded during this very special evening with Madam President’s attendendance

On Thursday, 6th February, our colleagues Daniela Fiľakovská Bobáková and Shoshana Chovan attended a gala night, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Carpathian Foundation in Slovakia. It was a great honor to be invited to an event with Madam President’s attendendance. Many hard-working organizations and individuals, working to enhance life within their communities were awarded during this very special evening.

Our colleagues cooperate with Carpathian Foundation on early childhood development measurments in marginalized Roma ommunities as external experts, bridging the gap between the academic world and non-governmental sector.

More than 25 years of cooperation behind us and more to come! New bilateral agreement between Pavol Jozef Safarik University and University of Groningen for Youth and Health research was signed

More than 25 years of cooperation behind us and more to come! New bilateral agreement between Pavol Jozef Safarik University and University of Groningen for Youth and Health research was signed.

Representatives of both universities, prof. Sijmen Reijneveld, assoc. prof. Jitse van Dijk and assoc. prof. Andrea de Winter from University of Groningen and prof. Silvia Rucinska, prof. Pavol Jarcuska, prof. Andrea Madarasova Geckova and assoc. prof. Zuzana Dankulincova from Pavol Jozef Safarik University in Kosice met on 6th of February over new signed bilateral agreement for Youth and Health research and continued with discussions for future collaboration between our universities.

Our team was excited to host our long-lasting mentors prof. Sijmen Reijneveld and assoc. prof. Jitse van Dijk along with a new addition to this collaboration, assoc. prof. Andrea de Winter from University of Groningen

Our colleagues from University in Groningen, prof. Sijmen Reijneveld, assoc. prof. Jitse van Dijk and assoc. prof. Andrea de Winter  visited our department on 4-6 February, 2020 to discuss issues related to our long lasting cooperation, ongoing PhD studies and plans for future possibilities and innovative approaches in our runnning projects and collaborations.

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