Just about halfway through, the HEART project has reached the point where its goals and values are recognized and supported by the citizens who will dedicate their time and attention to participating in a comprehensive clinical study.
Since the industrial revolution, the global climate is affected by man-made activities, most of them with negative environmental impact. Climate change (CC) severely engenders opportunities for a variety of natural disasters, resulting in a severe threat to the environment. For
On September 9, a national symposium "Cough in children" was held in the organization of KBC "Dr. Dragiša MIšović-Dedinje" in Belgrade. More than 100 pediatricians and pulmonologists gathered at the Holiday Inn hotel. Eminent lecturers presented topics dealing with the
Along with its sister cities, Athens and Aarhus, the City of Belgrade (Belgrade Municipality of Stari Grad) conducted a detailed survey, engaging local residents to gather their insights, hopes, and challenges of the designated demo sites. In this case, those
A voluminous interactive workshop was held recently in Athens, gathering citizens who are frequent users of the HEART demo location, the Pedion Areos Park. These visitors come here for a variety of reasons and needs, have different expectations of what
The article “For the urban environment tailored to fit health: participation in the HEART project” was published in the “Mišović Magazine” aiming to inform the wide community and patients of DRM about activities regarding the HEART project
Urban environments often lack access to green spaces due to the proliferation and density of buildings, and urban residents are more vulnerable to mental health issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression.
A new Danish study of female nurses has shown how noise and pollution can combine to damage heart health in just three years. It highlights the need for governments to take the environmental impacts on human health more seriously when developing
Experts from the international projects Clever Cities, euPOLIS, and HEART, which offer innovative solutions in the field of participatory urban planning and implementation of nature-inspired urban interventions, and specialists on gender equality and public health met representatives of city institutions