The JPI HDHL is turning 10 this year, but under these circumstances there seems little cause for celebration. At the same time, the importance of our health is underlined more than ever. Therefore, we would like to continue our series of videos in which we reflect on the achievements of the JPI HDHL with people who have been part of the JPI in the past decade, and get their views on what is needed to keep working towards better health in the future.
In the fourth video of our series Jeroen Lakerveld, researcher at the VU University Medical Center Amsterdam, describes the added value of being part of a JPI HDHL funded Knowledge Hub.
In the video, Jeroen explains that being involved in JPI HDHL projects has allowed him to expand his network considerably, which has been useful not only for the JPI HDHL projects, but also for setting up new projects. Jeroen was involved in DEDIPAC, the first JPI HDHL project, and is currently deputy coordinator of the Policy Evaluation Network. To find out more about his personal experiences with the JPI, watch the video: