The second transnational meeting (TPM1) took place on September 30th-October 1st, 2021 in an online format agreed by all partners and justified by the COVID-19 restrictions. The meeting was organized by VITECO, Italy. The aim of the meeting was to emphasize the outcomes of IO1, regarding the evaluation of both students and peer-reviewers, as well as the next steps. Moreover, the planning of IO2 was discussed. The agenda enclosed during the first day an update provided by CDUMP about the implementation plan of the project, in terms of the results, next activities and a timeline update. During the Dissemination session, coordinated by Trakia University, it has been highlighted what has been achieved in this area, namely the project visual identity (logo, .doc / .ppt templates), leaflets with the presentation of the project in English, Romanian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian, the official website of the project, social media of the project (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter), and published information about the project on the official websites of each Partner. The first day sessions continued with the planning of IO2 and the work division of the Consortium. VITECO, the leading coordinator of IO2, presented in great detail a mock-up design of the platform. CDUMP presented a proposal for the instruments that could be included in the self-assessment section. University of Nicosia presented several concepts linked to burnout, in order to use the platform as a research tool. At this point, several concepts that caught the Partners’ attention included imposter syndrome, resilience, sense of coherence and self-esteem. The first day of the TPM has finished with a presentation provided by the National School of Management about the assessment methodology for the students’ testing stage. The second day of the TPM started with a session dedicated to the implementation of IO2. This took into consideration all necessary steps for finishing the platform, including the intervention and the optimization stages. University of Murcia provided in great detail, with examples, the messages the users of the platform are going to receive, depending on their burnout, well-being and depression scores. CDUMP offered a special session dedicated to PMI and the financial aspects of the project, including Erasmus+ program financial rules and procedures, the available templates, and detailed information about the Interim Report. The last session of the TPM focused on the Evaluation plan and was provided by the University of Murcia. Several evaluation questionnaires – regarding the TPM, Partnership quality and IO1 – have been sent via email to all Partners. According to the evaluation results, most Partners expressed a high level of satisfaction with the TPM, Partnership quality and IO1. However, some Partners suggested that a bilateral coordination is needed when planning an event such as the TPM.