Funding Programme: Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
Call: “Societal Challenges”, topic “Promoting mental health and well-being in the young”
Role of EUREGHA: Leader of the Work Package on Dissemination.
Total budget: 3.461.908 – EUREGHA budget: 232.531
The project, launched in January 2018, has a duration of 4 years.
Many school-based Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs have proven effective in increasing social well-being and academic achievement in children. The overall aim of the BOOST project is to develop, implement, and test a new SEL-based population approach to promote mental health and well-being in primary school children.
The approach will then be implemented in mainstream school environments and academic teaching by class-teachers themselves. This will ensure school acceptance of the approach and it will indirectly target many more children.
Through this cascade effect, the overall aim of increasing resilience and mental well-being in large and diverse populations of children will be obtained.
On 18 November 2020, we met online for the webinar “Promoting mental wellbeing amongst children in schools: paving the way towards a more systematic approach”, coordinated by the BOOST consortium. The event was organized to discuss the developments of the project and...
Poznan (PO), 06-08 May 2019 From 6 to 8 May 2019 the BOOST consortium partners gathered in Poznan, Poland, for a 3-day project meeting together with members of the Advisory Board. The meeting was a great occasion to exchange ideas and inputs on the state of the art of...
From 24 to 26 September 2018 the first BOOST project meeting took place in Oslo, Norway, and gathered all consortium partners coming from four European countries as well as the members of the Advisory Board.On the first day, Gloria Azalde and Stine Hellum Braathen,...
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