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In this section, you will find relevant information and contents for media and communication representatives to increase awareness on the impact of High Blood Pressure in children and adolescents as well as to promote prevention measures.
Official guidelines on how to communicate the COST Action and its activities
Following the COST Programme rules, all approved activities which are organised / co-organised by COST Actions must formally recognise the COST framework.
This recognition requires that the branding guidelines detailed in the Guidelines for the dissemination of COST Action results and outcomes (see http://www.cost.eu/media/dissemination-corporate-identity) are respected and are visible on all documents (agendas etc.) and all funded dissemination channels (official website of the Action, the event specific website, presentations, promotional material etc.).
COST must also be recognised on Action outputs (including peer-reviewed publications) that benefit either, directly or indirectly, from COST funding.
To ensure it, it is recommend including the following sentence which ensures a standard acknowledgement of COST funding:
“This article is based upon work from COST Action HyperChildNET (CA19115), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) and the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union”.
COST must also orally be acknowledged during all news media interviews, conferences and events where COST Action representatives give a public presentation or participate to a session or panel.
More details regarding the concrete rules on the acknowledgement of COST funding as well as on the use of the COST logo you can find on: https://www.cost.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/how-to-acknowledge-COST-funding.pdf