Kicking off the project digitally!
The four European partners came together for a first two-day digital meeting. We reviewed the basis of the project and timing proposed, to establish working guidelines and define partner roles and responsibilities.
The website is online
International literature review
UNIMORE has performed an international literature review on screening, referral and trauma-informed care in cases of child abuse.
Based on a protocol that UNIMORE has developed, we have screened and analysed the national situations concerning tools and methods for screening, referral and trauma-informed care. Based on the national conclusions, UNIMORE drafted a joint report.
Two focus groups were organised by each project partner to evaluate the good practices and discuss the needs, problems, barriers and pitfalls focused on the issue of screening, referral and trauma-informed care. Based on the national conclusions, UNIMORE drafted a joint report.
Developing a research protocol for the Living Labs
The project partners drafted a detailed planning on recruitment, methodology and analyses of the organisation of the living labs. There are two protocols: one on screening and referral, and one on trauma-informed care.
First digital TPM in Italy
The TPM was organised by videocall because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Purpose of the TPM was to discuss the results of the inventory of the good practices and expert focus groups.
May 2021 - February 2022
Living Lab sessions
Each project partner organises living lab sessions for exploration, co-creation, and piloting of (a) the screening and referral tool that will be developed by UNIMORE and Centrs Dardedze, and (b) the trauma-informed care protocol that will be developed by UCLL and Pressley Ridge.
Local dissemination event
During a local dissemination event, each project partner will highlight the results of their living lab activities and deliverables.
Second TPM in Latvia
The purpose of this TPM is to discuss the preliminary results and prototypes of the screening and referral tool and the trauma-informed care protocol.
Finalising our tool and protocol
Based on the results of the living lab sessions, the project partners will finalise the screening and referral tool and the trauma-informed care protocol.
Third TPM in Hungary
Purpose of the third TPM was to finalise our tool and protocol together and start developing the training intervention.
Developing our training intervention
Input of the inventrory of good practices and the living lab sessions will be used to formulate insights, needs and conditions to develop a 1-day blended learning group training for childcare professionals with a come-back training session and virtual reality train and test application.
Piloting the training
Each project partner will train a group of 30 childcare professionals in screening, referral and trauma-informed care.
Final TPM in Italy
Purpose of the last TPM is to discuss the preliminary results of the training intervention and the preparation of the final conference.
The 30 participants will take part in focus groups to evaluate the training process.
Final conference in Belgium
During the final conference, we will discuss closure and monitoring of the final reporting and evaluation procedure. During the public conference, we will present the project results and output with keynote speakers and workshops.