SAFE – Supebug Awareness For Education

Posters European Corner 2020

Nom i cognoms / Name and surname
Marina Tarrús

Afiliació / Affiliation
Tècnica de divulgació ISGLobal

En quin programa de finançament europeu s’enmarca el teu projecte? / Which European funding programme does your project belong to?
EIT Health

Títol del projecte / Project title
SAFE – Supebug Awareness For Education

Número del projecte / Project number

Breu explicació del projecte / Brief explanation of your project
The aim of SAFE II is to increase AMR awareness through an innovative educational strategy in European countries in which a clear knowledge gap in society is present and actions are needed to tackle this issue. A service-learning methodology (train-the-trainers approach) and a long-life training of teachers through an on-line course including gamification will be conducted in order to reach: 1) young students from different educational levels (undergraduates, high school students and students belonging to vulnerable communities at risk of exclusion); 2) science teachers from primary and secondary education; 3) citizenship through an active involvement in outreach activities and co-creation workshops.
SAFE II will have as a base its first edition, and extend the target population to younger students from primary education, high school and university students. We will also expand to other geographical locations, as Spain, Portugal and Italy. Moerover, we will reinforce our dissemination channels (importantly boosted by the Spanish Society of Microbiology at the bi-annual congress of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies).

Enllaç a la pàgina web del projecte / Link to your project website

En quin repte s’emmarca el teu projecte? / What is the challenge of your project?
1. Health, demographic change and wellbeing, Does not apply


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Amb el finançament de:

european commission
Aquest projecte rep fons dels programes de recerca i innovació Horitzó 2020 de la Unió Europea en el marc del projecte EuNightCat (954506)

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programs under the project EuNightCat (954506).