Triskelion was founded in 2015 in Stavanger, Norway and is an organisation that specialises in applied research and knowledge mobilisation in the fields of education, public health, youth work, psychology and health care.
Triskelion was founded in 2015 in Stavanger, Norway and is an organisation that specialises in applied research and knowledge mobilisation in the fields of education, public health, youth work, psychology and medicine. Even though we are a young organisation, the staff members represent a wealth of experience in the above mentioned areas and have for example; participated in over 60 international projects and presented & facilitated at over 200 conferences & workshops.
The European Cleft Association is launching the new European Cleft Gateway; The Gateway is a resource for families, health professionals and researchers. It is a comprehensive directory of specialist hospitals, doctors, researchers, support groups, scientific organisations and NGO’s… Read More
An introductory lecture was given by Dr. Martin Persson about the Cutting Edge Training project, which included the psychosocial aspects for patients undergoing appearance altering procedures, for healthcare professionals in Zagreb.
The background of the Cutting Edge Training project was part of comprehensive training for healthcare professionals at Srinagarind Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University and very was well received. Triskelion will now develop more trainings for the… Read More
The project has already attracted quite a lot of media attention in Sweden. Over 45 newspapers have reported about the Cutting Edge Training project, including Aftonbladet, Lärkartidningen, and Metro
According to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a two-fold simple approach could be used to prevent teenage obesity and eating disorders. The report “Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents,” published in the journal Pediatrics, advises… Read More
The project team met in Vilnius, Lithuania in late February to discuss parent/patient information needs in each country. From our initial findings in each country, it was clear that both groups – patients and health care professionals – needed… Read More
The Cutting Edge Training project had the second project meeting in Bergen, Norway at Haukeland University Hospital on the 16th of February 2018. The purpose of the meeting was to agree upon the training materials and content of… Read More
The Cutting Edge Training project had kickoff in Kristianstad early November 2017. The project team consist of Haukeland Sykehus in Bergen, ALA association from Bulgaria, Clinica Cittàgiardino from Italy, Høgskolan Kristanstad from Sweden and European Cleft Association from… Read More
The Correct it project has launched a Facebook site and a web page. They can be found here: FACEBOOK WEB SITE
Today on the 16th of October is the world food day. Food and Agriculture organization of the united nations organize this event in 150 countries around the world, making it one of the most celebrated days of the… Read More
First meeting today of new EU Erasmus+ funded project, developing a training programme for the early care of babies born with clefts. Partners from Latvia, Norway, Bulgaria, Greece, Netherlands and Romania meet in Rijswijk, The Hague. This is… Read More
The Correct IT project kickoff has been set til 23.rd October in Stavanger, Norway. Our project identification: 2017-1-RO01-KA202-037373
The Erasmus + Strategic partnerships for vocational training project “Corrective VET – international training for obesity prevention and healthy life style promotion” has been approved by the Romanian national EU agency. This is a 36 month project and the… Read More
Triskelion staff is now involved in the new COST action network- CA16234 – EUROPEAN CLEFT AND CRANIOFACIAL INITIATIVE FOR EQUALITY IN CARE. http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA16234 The main aim of the Action is to ensure that children born with orofacial clefts and… Read More
Kristianstad University, working together with Triskelion, has just received approval of the Erasmus+ financing of the CET – Cutting Edge Training project: “Optimising medical outcomes for patients undergoing appearance altering procedures via innovative training of health care professionals”. The… Read More
A brand new film about the nature of Norway is out! Have a look and be amazed by our fantastic serene and beautiful nature;
Follow Centre of appearance research’s brilliant podcasts on beauty and appearance on soundcloud; https://soundcloud.com/appearance-matters
Triskelion has just signed a cooperation agreement with the town hall/community of PICO island, Azores, Portugal regarding development of inclusion activities within YOUTH and VET field. The Madalena City Council has made great efforts to internationalize and diversify the… Read More
During the COST action IS1210 final conference Anna Faustova from the Ryazan State medical university gave an interesting walkthrough of the appearance research situation in Russia. Almost 200 000 000 euro was spent on plastic surgery in 2016 alone!
The Illusionists is a critically acclaimed documentary about the globalization of beauty ideals, filmed in 8 countries across 4 continents. We often talk about unhealthy eating habits, environmental pollution, but we rarely discuss the ways mass media, apps, and social… Read More
The Cost action IS1210 had their final conference- An International Conference about the Impact of Appearance in our Society held in Ljubljana| Slovenija 20th to 22nd April 2017. Dr. Martin Persson, Thomas Nilsen and Ingrid Øverbø from Triskelion participated. Thomas… Read More
Our youth worker Frida Feline has published her own web page with a selection of media she has produced. Please have a look and enjoy! frida-feline.wixsite.com/meraki www.youtube.com/user/fridanilsen/videos www.facebook.com/Frida-Feline-1553925184823124 www.instagram.com/missfeline
Triskelion staff participated in the 13th international Cleft congress, which was held in Chennai, India in February 2017. Some of the highlights included; Let NGOs … Think, Treat and Teach… Psychosocial Adjustment to Cleft: Putting Patients at the… Read More
Dr Martin Persson facilitated a meeting in Kristianstad, Sweden where an innovative education module for healthcare professionals was discussed and finalized.
The IHEM project (Optimising the psychosocial care for individuals with birth defects in Europe by implementing an innovative training method for staff in health care and NGO settings.) consortium have now published different resources available for download on… Read More
APPEARANCE MATTERS CONFERENCE – LJUBLJANA, SOLVENIA 21 – 22 APRIL 2017 COST Action IS1210 APPEARANCE MATTERS – TACKLING THE PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF DISSATISFACTION WITH APPEARANCE appearancematters.eu