SynAir-G is excited to invite you to the first hybrid workshop of SynAir-G Series: Improving indoor air quality for healthier children!
The series aim to introduce and discuss the latest achievements of the SynAir-G project and shed light on the importance of indoor air quality in schools, its impact on children’s wellbeing, and possible applications in Research and Development with the ultimate objective to raise awareness on the importance of improving the quality of indoor air and ensure safer environment for children.
In the first episode “Indoor air quality in schools: impact on children wellbeing and the role of research”, we will focus on the current condition of indoor air quality in schools across Europe and explore challenges and needs at local level.
The main discussion will revolve around the impact of indoor air pollution on children’s health and learning, especially when detected in schools. The episode will round off with a stimulating discussion on how to innovate devices and services in the school sector through participatory approaches.
The event will gather notable speakers and experts in the field, including representatives from researchers, healthcare professionals, patients and local authorities that will share their experience, knowledge, and perspectives.
Interested in participating? Register to join in person or online!
Link to the registration form is below.
WHAT: Download the agenda HERE
WHEN: Monday 9th October 2023, from 10:00 to 12:00 CEST
WHERE: In person & Online
Faculty of Medicines of the University of Montpellier-Nimes, Salle Excellence des practiques (5th floor)
641 avenue du Doyen Gaston Giraud
34 090 Montpellier
Online: Zoom (the link will be sent before the start of the meeting)
HOW TO ATTEND: Register HERE
Limited numbers of spots available to attend in person.
The SynAir-G workshops are part of the WP7 – Data management, Guidelines, Dissemination and Exploitation, aiming at exchanging know-how and practices between partners and stakeholders to present the project and validate its impact indicators while gathering feedback and state-of-the-art advancements in the field of indoor air quality and its impact on health.
The workshop is open to all the relevant stakeholders, including researchers, clinicians, SMEs, civil society, patients, local authorities and school workforce.
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