Alessandro Coppo is responsible for the evaluation of Emp-H. He is a clinical psychologist and a PhD student. He has been working from 2003 to 2014 at Center of Oncologic Epidemiology and Prevention in Piedmont (www.cpo.it) where he carried out studies on primary prevention interventions both at school and at workplace level. In particular he was involved in developing strategies aimed to support health professionals in encouraging healthy habits in their patients and to rethink schools and hospitals as environments focused on health promotion. In 2006 he collaborated to EC funded project GPOW (Guidelines for the Prevention of Obesity at the Workplace). Between 2009 and 2011 he collaborated with Center for Studies and Research in Psychiatry in Turin developing research on depression treatment. Since 2011 he is cooperating with DoRS (www.dors.it), a documentation center supported by Piedmont Region, in identifying empowering interventions to improve health. Since 2012 he is research fellow at Department of Translational Medicine, Avogadro University, (http://www.med.unipmn.it) offering methodological support for the planning, realization and assessment of primary prevention interventions and for the evaluation of their effectiveness. Recently he is supporting the Italian Network for Evidence based Prevention in developing a methodological approach to collect and disseminate best available evidence from a periodic scientific literature scanning, and collaborating with EC funded project ALICE-RAP (Addiction and Lifestyles in Contemporary Europe Reframing Addictions Project).