Dissemination of the results obtained from all work packages had the ultimate aim of ensuring the knowledge acquired during this research reaches all the interested parties. These are: Education and clinical institutions, industry in the area of RT, students and patients’ associations as well as the academic community for further research in the area.
Publication in peer-reviewed journals aimed to reach all the scientific community. This also ensured that the results are validated by other scientists in the area (peer-reviewed). Nonetheless, oral publications are the most efficient way to transfer information to the public, since there is room for an interaction between the presenter and the audience. However, as it is limited in the amount of information included, it is an efficient way to raise awareness of the audience and it can be used to promote the written material.
The dissemination of the results to all stakeholders was of utmost importance in order to increase the impact of the project (reason why several media are being used). This aimed to enable each of the different actors to have access to evidenced-based information to encourage a shift towards a pan-European education in order to promote the EU’s vision in regards to movement of students and professionals; increased employability of graduates across EU; as well as an improved competitiveness of the EU education institutions and of the market, thus achieving sustainability of the project.
The aim of this work package was to ensure that the results reach the stakeholders and the regulatory bodies by exploiting the written publications through the organisation of national and European events where the results will be disseminated more efficiently.
The orgnaisation of the dissemination events were delayed due to the COVID19 pandemic