Lead by Antoni Gual - Clinic Foundation for Biomedical Research (FCRB), Spain
The main challenge of the coordination of the ODHIN project was achieving integration of the various research fields included in the project. ODHIN combined a global overview provided by the survey (WP4), the systematic review (WP2), the modelling (WP3) and the assessment tool (WP6) with an ambitious stepped cluster randomised controlled trial (RCT - WP5) that will assess the efficacy/efficiency of alternative approaches aimed at overcoming the two main barriers identified to the dissemination and implementation of brief interventions (time and training).
The main objective of the coordination tasks consisted in creating mutual synergies between the various work packages. In order to reach this objective, efficient communication channels between partners were set up by the coordination team, who ensured that tasks were delivered within the agreed timescales, and also strived enhance the synergies between work packages.
Work Package 1 outputs
- ODHIN 1st periodic report
- ODHIN 2nd periodic report
- ODHIN 3rd periodic report
- ODHIN Final publishable summary report