Unsere Projekte zum Thema Health promotion

 

Health promotion

We work in health promotion in various roles – as supporters, researchers, evaluators and trainers. In each of these roles, we are guided by the principles of modern health promotion. Mindful of the resources available, we cooperate with all relevant stakeholders and multipliers, always for the benefit of the target group(s) at stake.

queraum and the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung implement "I am good enough.". The project aims to ban body shaming, discrimination and negative body images from settings relevant to young people

 

The project aimed to integrate the combination of health literacy and sustainability into the field of open youth work in Austria.

 

Young participants are inspired and supported to find their own creative approach to the issue of body/images and to express themselves in their own media works.

 

queraum evaluated the project #besafeonline that supports children and young people in their responsible use of digital media.

 

The Viennese Model of youth health conferences is a proven method of health promotion together with young people. The conferences are implemented by the Institut für Frauen- und Männergesundheit and queraum.

 

„We move it!“ asks how towns must be shaped, so that young people can enjoy an active urban mobility and move around affordably, independently, environmentally friendly and healthy.

 

 

„rundum gsund“ is a gender and culture sensitive health promotion programme targeting persons with adiposity. queraum is responsible for a systematic process-oriented evaluation, focussing on the results and effects of the project activities.

 

"Health Literate Open Youth work at the local level“ wants to make organisations of open youth work commit themselves to the concept of "Health literate open youth work“. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The project “Wert-voll“ (“Value-able“) of the Institute for women’s and men’s health focuses (migrant and non-migrant) girls and young women between 12 and 18 in Vienna. 60 workshop series that aim to strengthen alternative concepts of femininity are organized in various out-of-school youth and girls’ centres. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the process as well as the results of the project activities.

 

The project aims at strengthening masculinities that are based on gender equality and emancipation. In workshops in youth centres and other institutions, boys and young men between 13 and 18 have the possibility to reflect and get rid of their devaluing attitudes, learn about human rights and develop their self-worth, empathy and social competencies. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the process as well as the results of the project activities.

 

The project targets unemployed or job-seeking (migrant) women and men in adult education. In 70 workshop series, the participants will be supported to improve their health literacy. queraum carries out the evaluation of the process as well as or the effects of the project activities.

 

With this project local structures are supported to improve the health situation of families in rural as well as urban regions in the province of Lower Austria. queraum is responsible for the evaluation.

 

In phase II of the "Healthy Districts" programme, the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung supports initiators in seven districts to carry out small local health promotion projects. queraum. cultural and social research acts as project agency and supports the initiators to develop their ideas, reflect on the health promotion potential of their projects and to apply for the WiG funding.

 

The health promotion project "Healthy Kids" is part of the Viennese programme "Healthy Districts". Together with partners from the field of open youth work, queraum. cultural and social research carries out innovative and participatory projects with kids and young people in nine Viennese districts.

 

The Dachverband der Selbsthilfegruppen für Angehörige psychisch Erkrankter in Österreich (HPE Österreich) carries out "VeRRückte Kindheit" to support children of persons with mental health problems. queraum is responsible for process and summative evaluation.

 

The project aims to empower young people ("peer experts") to use new media savely and responsibly and to share their media competencies with their peers. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The Viennese municipality department MA 28 runs a workplace health promotion programme. queraum supports the internal project team systematically during the implementation.

 

queraum writes an extended corporate health report for the STGKK – this means that health data and staff perspectives on health issues are combined.

 

The aim of "GO! – Girls only" is to support girls from a migrant background or from socially disadvantaged families. queraum s responsible for the process as well as the summative evaluation.

 

„Alter(n) in unserer Mitte“ ("Ageing in our midst") develops and tests new approaches to healthy ageing in the city. queraum accompanies the project with health promotion know-how.

 

Social Prescribing is a promising approach. It offers the possibility to focus the psychosocial needs and health of patients. queraum has been commissioned by the the Gesundheit Österreich GmbH with an evaluation of parts of the project "Preparation and implementation – Model regions Social Prescribing".

 

The project "Strengthening strengths – Overcoming trauma. Low threshold support for traumatized children and youth in the school setting“ worked with family systems of children and young people affected by (or at risk) of trauma sequelae. queraum carried out the external project evaluation.

 

"Focus: Motion" supports young people to come to a healthy lifestyle that includes sports and exercise. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The “City Challenge“ and the “Youth Health Conference” are two types of activities for young people in the programme “Healthy Districts” of the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung.

 

queraum supported the further development of the project „Migrants for Health“ by research into a previous project of the initiator.

 

Since 2015, Regional Networks on Early Prevention are being established and further developed in all regions. In the current project phase, the evaluation by quorum. cultural and social research focuses on quality standards.

 

The "Healthy Ageing in Vienna“ target groups are retired men and women between 60 and 75 years. queraum is responsible for the external health promotion support.

 

The project “ACTIVE-HEALTHY to Kindergarten and School” has been set up to develop the programme “Active and healthy mobility management for Viennese Kindergartens and Schools”. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The project aims to improve the health care for and health literacy of persons with disabilities and to strengthen the expertise of staff members. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The aim of this participative research project is to find out about the effects of the personal assistance and support provided by LOK – from the view of both clients and staff of LOK.

 

The services provided by Interface Wien are a promising field of intervention regarding health literacy among migrants in Vienna. The activities of the project "Integration and Health" target the Interface staff but have a health promotion impact on the Interface customers which are defined as the primary target group of the project. queraum supports the project with health promotion expertise.

 

The "Healthy Districts" programme, funded by the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung, consists of various modules. One of these modules is dedicated to health promotion activities for young people and is carried out by a consortium of queraum. cultural and social research and the women's health centre FEM.

 

The MOMA project investigates the little-explored field of police detention centers and thus responds to a gap in security research. queraum is responsible for developing a competency profile that systematises the skills, skills and knowledge required by employees in PAZ to ensure the mental and physical health of the detainees.

 

The project aims to improve the health literacy of young refugees and to promote the exchange between young Austrians and young asylum seekers in Styria. queraum is responsible for the project evaluation.

 

The "Being healthy" trainings target people with learning disabilities and aim at supporting them to improve their health literacy. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the provisions.

 

The project "Grow together", carried out by JoJo – Kindheit im Schatten, aims at families with a parent suffering from mental health problems. To give the children of these families the chance to grow up healthy and develop positively, they are supported by mentors. The evaluation's focus is on the process (process evaluation) as well as on the results and outcomes of the project (summative evaluation).

 

The goal of the Regional Networks on Early Prevention is to support families expecting children or with young children in crisis situations. queraum is responsible for the summative evaluation of the project.

 

queraum and the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung implement "I am good enough.". The project aims to ban body shaming, discrimination and negative body images from settings relevant to young people

 

„Alter(n) in unserer Mitte“ ("Ageing in our midst") develops and tests new approaches to healthy ageing in the city. queraum accompanies the project with health promotion know-how.

 

The project aimed to integrate the combination of health literacy and sustainability into the field of open youth work in Austria.

 

Social Prescribing is a promising approach. It offers the possibility to focus the psychosocial needs and health of patients. queraum has been commissioned by the the Gesundheit Österreich GmbH with an evaluation of parts of the project "Preparation and implementation – Model regions Social Prescribing".

 

Young participants are inspired and supported to find their own creative approach to the issue of body/images and to express themselves in their own media works.

 

The project "Strengthening strengths – Overcoming trauma. Low threshold support for traumatized children and youth in the school setting“ worked with family systems of children and young people affected by (or at risk) of trauma sequelae. queraum carried out the external project evaluation.

 

queraum evaluated the project #besafeonline that supports children and young people in their responsible use of digital media.

 

"Focus: Motion" supports young people to come to a healthy lifestyle that includes sports and exercise. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The Viennese Model of youth health conferences is a proven method of health promotion together with young people. The conferences are implemented by the Institut für Frauen- und Männergesundheit and queraum.

 

The “City Challenge“ and the “Youth Health Conference” are two types of activities for young people in the programme “Healthy Districts” of the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung.

 

„We move it!“ asks how towns must be shaped, so that young people can enjoy an active urban mobility and move around affordably, independently, environmentally friendly and healthy.

 

 

queraum supported the further development of the project „Migrants for Health“ by research into a previous project of the initiator.

 

„rundum gsund“ is a gender and culture sensitive health promotion programme targeting persons with adiposity. queraum is responsible for a systematic process-oriented evaluation, focussing on the results and effects of the project activities.

 

Since 2015, Regional Networks on Early Prevention are being established and further developed in all regions. In the current project phase, the evaluation by quorum. cultural and social research focuses on quality standards.

 

"Health Literate Open Youth work at the local level“ wants to make organisations of open youth work commit themselves to the concept of "Health literate open youth work“. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The "Healthy Ageing in Vienna“ target groups are retired men and women between 60 and 75 years. queraum is responsible for the external health promotion support.

 

The project “Wert-voll“ (“Value-able“) of the Institute for women’s and men’s health focuses (migrant and non-migrant) girls and young women between 12 and 18 in Vienna. 60 workshop series that aim to strengthen alternative concepts of femininity are organized in various out-of-school youth and girls’ centres. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the process as well as the results of the project activities.

 

The project “ACTIVE-HEALTHY to Kindergarten and School” has been set up to develop the programme “Active and healthy mobility management for Viennese Kindergartens and Schools”. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The project aims at strengthening masculinities that are based on gender equality and emancipation. In workshops in youth centres and other institutions, boys and young men between 13 and 18 have the possibility to reflect and get rid of their devaluing attitudes, learn about human rights and develop their self-worth, empathy and social competencies. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the process as well as the results of the project activities.

 

The project aims to improve the health care for and health literacy of persons with disabilities and to strengthen the expertise of staff members. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The project targets unemployed or job-seeking (migrant) women and men in adult education. In 70 workshop series, the participants will be supported to improve their health literacy. queraum carries out the evaluation of the process as well as or the effects of the project activities.

 

The aim of this participative research project is to find out about the effects of the personal assistance and support provided by LOK – from the view of both clients and staff of LOK.

 

With this project local structures are supported to improve the health situation of families in rural as well as urban regions in the province of Lower Austria. queraum is responsible for the evaluation.

 

The services provided by Interface Wien are a promising field of intervention regarding health literacy among migrants in Vienna. The activities of the project "Integration and Health" target the Interface staff but have a health promotion impact on the Interface customers which are defined as the primary target group of the project. queraum supports the project with health promotion expertise.

 

In phase II of the "Healthy Districts" programme, the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung supports initiators in seven districts to carry out small local health promotion projects. queraum. cultural and social research acts as project agency and supports the initiators to develop their ideas, reflect on the health promotion potential of their projects and to apply for the WiG funding.

 

The "Healthy Districts" programme, funded by the Wiener Gesundheitsförderung, consists of various modules. One of these modules is dedicated to health promotion activities for young people and is carried out by a consortium of queraum. cultural and social research and the women's health centre FEM.

 

The health promotion project "Healthy Kids" is part of the Viennese programme "Healthy Districts". Together with partners from the field of open youth work, queraum. cultural and social research carries out innovative and participatory projects with kids and young people in nine Viennese districts.

 

The MOMA project investigates the little-explored field of police detention centers and thus responds to a gap in security research. queraum is responsible for developing a competency profile that systematises the skills, skills and knowledge required by employees in PAZ to ensure the mental and physical health of the detainees.

 

The Dachverband der Selbsthilfegruppen für Angehörige psychisch Erkrankter in Österreich (HPE Österreich) carries out "VeRRückte Kindheit" to support children of persons with mental health problems. queraum is responsible for process and summative evaluation.

 

The project aims to improve the health literacy of young refugees and to promote the exchange between young Austrians and young asylum seekers in Styria. queraum is responsible for the project evaluation.

 

The project aims to empower young people ("peer experts") to use new media savely and responsibly and to share their media competencies with their peers. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the project.

 

The "Being healthy" trainings target people with learning disabilities and aim at supporting them to improve their health literacy. queraum is responsible for the evaluation of the provisions.

 

The Viennese municipality department MA 28 runs a workplace health promotion programme. queraum supports the internal project team systematically during the implementation.

 

The project "Grow together", carried out by JoJo – Kindheit im Schatten, aims at families with a parent suffering from mental health problems. To give the children of these families the chance to grow up healthy and develop positively, they are supported by mentors. The evaluation's focus is on the process (process evaluation) as well as on the results and outcomes of the project (summative evaluation).

 

queraum writes an extended corporate health report for the STGKK – this means that health data and staff perspectives on health issues are combined.

 

The goal of the Regional Networks on Early Prevention is to support families expecting children or with young children in crisis situations. queraum is responsible for the summative evaluation of the project.

 

The aim of "GO! – Girls only" is to support girls from a migrant background or from socially disadvantaged families. queraum s responsible for the process as well as the summative evaluation.