Michal Molcho
Team leader

Work Package 2
Dissemination and communication

National University of Ireland, Galway


The objective of the dissemination and communication work package is to raise the awareness about the outcomes of the project and the developments that have been achieved within the Science for Prevention Academic Network. Within this work package, all key stakeholders such as public administrations, academics, relevant enterprises and research institutions, scientific and industrial experts are involved, in order to foster the impact of the project activities and results. This work package shall ensure that the project objectives, activities and methodologies developed within the project are widely promoted to the target groups defined by the dissemination and communication plan on European level and beyond.

Description of work and role of partners

Task 2.1 Development of Dissemination Plan

This task is devoted to development of effective dissemination and communication strategy and coordination of the dissemination activities within the project consortium partners. The aim of this task is to identify and structure the activities leading to the promotion of the project’s activities and results. The plan shall define the target groups, key messages, media channels and responsibilities. Measurable criteria of the dissemination efforts shall be selected in order to effectively evaluate each dissemination activity. The dissemination plan shall define principles to be followed by all dissemination activities in order to avoid confusion and misconceptions and to foster the quality of project communication.

Task 2.2 Realization of Dissemination Plan

This task shall be devoted to development of the project logo, promotional material, press releases, articles, leaflets, newsletters, videos, etc. Prevention Science awareness raising activities shall be linked to activities of the European Society for Prevention Research Conference (EUSPR), the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), European Institute of Studies on Prevention (IREFREA), European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), the active participation in top prevention related conferences, trade fairs and brokerage events (e.g. FP7 Proposers’ Day). All dissemination activities shall be monitored and recorded during the project execution.

Task 2.3 Final Conference

Final project conference held in Brussels shall be organized informing about the project results, impact and future activities. The target audience shall include prevention relevant enterprises and research institutions, policy and decision makers, clusters, scientific and industrial experts across Europe.


Matej Košir
Project Manager- SPAN
Science for Prevention Academic Network
Oxford Brookes University
Marston Campus
Oxford OX3 0FL
T: +38631880520 (mobile)
E: [mkosir@brookes.ac.uk]

Twitter: @span_eu