Resources / Reports

SOPHIE Conversations Report

How do we understand the links between oceans and human health? What are the top priorities for oceans and human health in Europe? How do we protect public health and the heath of the marine environment for a more sustainable future?

These are just some of the questions our stakeholder conversations in SOPHIE are trying to answer. Every person in Europe has a stake in promoting and protecting the benefits to health and wellbeing provided by the marine environment, whether it is high on their agenda or not.

We are listening and engaging with a broad mix of people – from different backgrounds and disciplines across Europe – to define future Oceans and Human Health research priorities.

This interim report describes the key findings from workshops which took place in Ireland in February 2019.

 

Project partners involved

National University of Ireland, Galway

National University of Ireland, Galway

Easkey Britton

Easkey Britton

Marine Social Scientist

Patricia McHugh

Patricia McHugh

Behavioural Change Expert

Christine Domegan

Christine Domegan

Behavioural Change Expert

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Activities

Stakeholder Discussions

Listening to people from across Europe to define future Oceans and Human Health research priorities.

  • Blog
  • 30 May 2018

Expert workshop #1

SOPHIE members gathered in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland in April, to take part in the first of two expert workshops.

  • News
  • 8 April 2019

Expert workshop #2

SOPHIE expert group members recently gathered for their second workshop aiming to set the scope for a Strategic Research Agenda.

Resources: Reports

Data Management Plan

The Data Management Plan is a continuously updated ‘living’ document that describes how data generated in the SOPHIE project is handled.