Joint Programming Initiative A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (JPI HDHL)
The Joint Programming Initiative “A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life” has proclaimed an overly ambitious vision:
“By 2030 all Europeans will have the motivation, ability and opportunity to consume a healthy diet from a variety of foods and have healthy levels of physical activity, and that the incidence of diet-related diseases will have decreased significantly.”
Food production, human nutrition and the incidence of diet-related diseases are becoming increasingly important in our rapidly changing scientific, economic and societal environments. High quality diets and proper physical activity are the most critical determinants in human health and for the quality of life in an ageing society.
The JPI HDHL aims to coordinate research on the impact of diet and lifestyles on health, significantly contributing to the construction of a fully operational European Research Area for the prevention of diet-related diseases and strengthening the leadership and competitiveness of research activities in this field.
WORKSHOP Active and Assisted Living Programme and JPI HDHL
- Published: 05 December 2014
On the 27th of February 2015 the Active and Assisted Living Programme and JPI HDHL will organise a workshop in Vienna on how ICT can co-create the future of Nutrition and Health – with a special focus on the elderly.
News from DEDIPAC - the JPI HDHL funded Knowledge Hub on the Determinants of Diet and Physical Activity
- Published: 01 December 2014
An article of DEDIPAC is accepted for publication in the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical. Furthermore DEDIPAC announced that the consortium will organise a workshop at the EXPO in Milan.
Start of the ENPADASI work programme
- Published: 27 November 2014
Mid of December, the JPI HDHL European Nutritional Phenotype Assessment Data Sharing Initiative (ENPADASI) will officially start its work programme. The main objective of ENPADASI is to deliver an open access research infrastructure that will contain data from a wide variety of nutritional studies, ranging from mechanistic/interventions to epidemiological studies including a multitude of phenotypic outcomes that will facilitate combined analyses in the future.
Call for input on upcoming Joint Action “Malnutrition”
- Published: 26 November 2014
The JPI HDHL calls for your input on the scope of the call of the upcoming Joint Action “Malnutrition”. Furthermore, we request information on existing research activities, networks and relevant publications in the area of malnutrition. Please fill out the questionnaire before the 15th December 2014. Your input is very valuable to us and greatly appreciated.
ICN2 Second International Conference on Nutrition “better nutrition better lives”, 19-21 November 2014, Rome (Italy)
- Published: 19 November 2014
An inclusive inter-governmental conference on nutrition jointly organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) is held in Rome in these days. 193 country delegations from around the world gather to commit to action needed to fix the global food system, issue a sweeping political declaration and endorse a Framework for Action on nutrition.
Conference for funding bodies in the area of nutrition and health on 28th January 2015 in Switzerland
- Published: 01 November 2014
Joint programming is about alignment and coordination of national research activities. Due to the broad scope of the global societal challenge of the JPI HDHL, different national (and regional) funding bodies are involved. By organising a conference for funding bodies in the area of nutrition and health, the JPI HDHL aims to support and strengthen national alignment. The conference will take place at the 28th of January 2015 in Switzerland – participation is on invite only.