In the framework of the HyperChildNET COST Action, Virtual Mobilities are a fundamental instrument. These small scale collaborative research projects are promoted by scientics in collaboration with other reseachers that will work together to achieve a common goal. This instrument was created as a response to the pandemic but, due to its successful results, it continues beyond that. The following table shows the researchers who received a grant to develop a Virtual Mobility:

Name Virtual Mobility

José Miguel Calderon Terol

Building a database for obtaining clinic BP values across Europe in Children and Adolescents

Gustav Svardhagen

Prevalence and time-trends of hypertension among children and adolescents in Europe – systematic review and meta-analysis

Joanna Sladowska-Kozlowska

The prevalence and predictors of left ventricular hypertrophy in children with primary hypertension

Julio Alvarez Pitti

“Understanding Hypertension for children and their caregivers: identification, control, treatment and prevention”

Elke Wühl

Implementation of an e-learning tool for pediatric hypertension

Murat Karademir

HyperChildNET Virtual Mobility Grant  “the Transversal Virtual Mobility”

Vladimir Zimmerman

Social media for HyperChildNet and reseach results

Athanasia Chainoglou

Comparison of validation criteria for BP devices with focus in the pediatric population (A systematic review of evidence)

Fabiana Floriano Current BP measurement practices in children and adolescents in Europe. Survey-based analysis Applicant
Fernando Martínez García Trends in office and 24-hour ABPM in children and adolescents across ages
Karolis Azukaitis Evidence Synthesis for Hypertension Induced Arteriopathy in Children
Dorota Drozdz Modern communication solutions used to accelerate scientific work on hypertension problems in different periods of life
Yesim Oruc Tanriverdi HyperChildNET Observatory
Emine Ebru Aksu European HyperChildNET Week