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{Erasmus} Help-C

The CPIFP Hurtado de Mendoza obtains 250,000 € to finance a European project on food and cancer in collaboration with the UGR, EASP and five other European hotel schools.

The School of Hospitality and Tourism (CPIFP Hurtado de Mendoza) of Granada will receive a funding of 250,000 euros within the ERASMUS+ program, to carry out a project called "HELP-C" (Healthy Eating Lifestyle & Cancer Prevention: From Beliefs Beliefs to Evidences). The project is framed within the European Plan to Combat Cancer (which focuses, among other things, on the prevention and early detection of cancer) and its main objective is to incorporate good culinary practices to prevent cancer in the curriculum of several hotel and catering schools in different countries of the Mediterranean arc, as well as in society in general. These good practices are based on the recommendations of a "Scientific Core" composed of renowned researchers from the University of Granada and the Andalusian School of Public Health. Names such as Nicolás Olea, Marieta Fernández from the Faculty of Medicine or María José Sánchez from the EASP (among others) will be in charge of endorsing the 54 gastronomic preparations that will be carried out by the six European hotel and catering schools with the aim of incorporating good practices to prevent cancer into their curricula.

And we must emphasize that the School of Hospitality and Tourism of Granada has been working for almost ten years in the development of healthy recipes with the UGR. The motivation of the school with this new project is to extend its experience to the creation of typical recipes from different European countries in each and every one of the partner schools, so that they incorporate in their curriculum elaborations and culinary techniques based on scientific evidence. All the recipes will be published digitally in the reference European hotel schools, universities, hospitals and different European associations against Cancer. Finally, the project will last three years and will end with the organization of a final congress addressed to all national and international stakeholders. The project stands out for the repercussions it may have at European level, since it would be the first time that typical recipes from Mediterranean countries have been published with the aim of preventing a series of diseases, including cancer. These recipes will serve as a reliable resource for hospitals, educational institutions, cancer associations and society in general.

Confirmed partners to the KA220VET Project.

· Faculty of Medicine. UGR. Responsible researchers, Dr. Nicolás Olea Serrano (Nicolás Olea Serrano | Universidad de Granada (, Dr. Mariana Fátima Fernández Cabrera and José Expósito Hernández.

· Faculty of Pharmacy. UGR. Researcher in charge, Esther Molina Montes.

· Andalusian School of Public Health. Researcher in charge, Maria José Sánchez Pérez (María José Sánchez Pérez - ibs.GRANADA (

Partner Schools of Hospitality:

· Lycée Jeanne et Paul Augier. Ecole hôtelière de l'excellence. France

· Scuola professionale "Cesare Ritz". Italy

· Anton Stifanica Porec. Croatia

· Escola Professional Vale do Tejo. Portugal

· IPSSEOA "Giovanni Falcone". Italy

Confirmed associated partners

· Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC).

· Federation of Hotel and Tourism Companies of Granada.

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