The chair of the JPI HDHL Management Board, Pamela Byrne, has been interviewed by Science Impact about the work and mission of JPI HDHL and the intrinsic value of joint programming to tackle societal challenges related to nutrition and health. Many European and other governments struggle with both the societal and economic consequences of the alarming rise in diet-related chronic diseases. Research can play a key role in working towards solutions though mission-orientated research, networks, tools and expertise is needed to improve national and international collaboration and efficiency of research investments.
Science Impact publishes the Impact series of research publications. The publications help research stakeholders to access relevant information on current and future research projects, policy and trends impacting their work in a clear, accessible and concise content format. The JPI HDHL article is published In the February 2017 edition. It provides a brief overview of the background of the JPI and the societal challenge JPI HDHL addresses as well as some first results and future plans and activities