The Saúde.Come project - Promoting Food Security is funded by the Public Health Initiatives Program, EEA-Grants, resulting from the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Portugal and the Donor Countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) of the Financial Mechanism Space European Economic.Go to website ››
It is a non-profit, scientific society, whose mission is to improve information on rheumatic diseases in Portugal. SPR is oriented towards the development of an effective national network of health centres to help rheumatic patients, provide medical education and research in rheumatology.Go to website ››
NMS | FCM UNL assembles a significant number of groups of Excellence in biomedical, clinical, epidemiological and translational research. The opening of the Research Pole was an important contribution to the development of the Faculty research in close collaboration with the CEDOC - Research Centre for Chronic Diseases. NMS | FCMUNL also offers a wide range of courses and graduate programs in different areas of biomedicine and health sciences.
CATOLICA-LISBON is among the most prominent Schools of Business and Economics in Europe, having recently achieved the 25th position in the ranking of Top European Business Schools by the Financial Times.
The Research Centre for Health Promotion is co-owned by the University College of Sor-Trondelag (HIST) in partnership with Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and aims to contribute to high quality research, providing educational programs on development in the field of health. The Research Centre identifies and measures factors that can be used to achieve better results in the practice of health promotion. It is also responsible for the communication of knowledge for the scientific community, for the general public and to the political decision makers.
ISPUP aims to produce and disseminate biomedical knowledge of high quality, stimulating research based on excellence in the field of Public Health. It fulfils its mission by developing relevant research activities and services and establishing innovative partnerships and services in response to local and national needs. The ISPUP benefits of strengthening relations between highly experienced researchers in complementary areas such as Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Environmental Sciences, Nutrition, Behavioural Sciences, Social Sciences and Health Promotion.