The Breath project (Project Number: 2022-1-PL01-KA220-HED-000089283) has been funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.



Partners Online Meeting

Project partners met online on 6 November 2023 to verify the activities related to the definition of the database of good practices. The main topic discussed was the possibility for the partners to identify enough publications related to interventions according to the division based on specific diseases. All partners confirmed that there are many publications and it will be possible to complte the task.


Third Partners' Meeting

The third partners' meeting took place in Florence (PL) on 10 – 11 October 2023 and the main discussed topics have been:
• Definition of the steps to complete the Publication on the Local Comparison
• Definition of the calendar of activities for the creation of the database of good practices
• Analysis of the Dissemination and Valorization Activities


Breath Project presented in Lithuania

The Breath project will be presented on 13 October at the "Nature and Health for the Future " conference. The conference is organized in a hybrid modality and all partners will participate. The following presentations will be given;
• 14:00 – 14:15 Aelita Bredelyte. Presentation of the BREATH project
• 14:15 – 14:30 Pedro Miguel Carriço de Seixas, Luís Manuel Mota de Sousa, Serafim Manuel Sampaio da Silva, Helena Maria Guerreiro José. Acute respiratory symptoms management
• 14:30 – 14:45 Agata Mroczek. Physical activity in chronic respiratory conditions
• 14:45 – 15:00 Katarzyna Szwamel. Quality of life in patients with chronic respiratory diseases - review of tools
• 15:00 – 15:15 Antonina Kaczorowska. Quality of life in chronic respiratory diseases and it's determinants
• 15:15 – 15:30 Zvjezdan Penezić, Ivana Gusar, Marija Ljubičić. Lifestyle and pulmonary disease

The link to participate is


Literature Review

The literature review of national academic and governmental publications is available. The aim is to collect data and analyze the local contexts of the participating countries taking into account: epidemiology, organization of national health service, management, rehabilitation paths, and rehabilitation structures to verify the development of physical activity programs for patients with respiratory impairment and the local unmet needs.


Second Partners' Meeting

The second partners' meeting took place in Opole (PL) on 16 – 17 March 2023 and the main discussed topics have been:
• Analysis of the Gantt Chart for WP2
• Definition of the elements for the national reports
• Analysis of the Communication and Valorization Plan
• Definition of the dissemination activities


Associated partners

Different Institutions and organisations are being contacted to join the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years.
The associate partners of the Breath project are organizations interested in health. All associated partners share the project objectives and are willing to contribute to their achievement.
Find out more information on the involved associated partners.


First Partners' Meeting

During the first meeting, the European project partners introduced themselves as well as their project’s related experiences and expertise. The main activities to be carried out were presented and discussed, as well as the templates to be used.


Breath Project

The Breath project is funded, by the European Commission through the Polish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme aiming to the development of rehabilitation programs and plans, improvement of student training, post-graduate training, improvement of patient education, education of patient's families and patients' organizations, and improvement of patients' quality of life.