Category: EU projects

eSMART Consortium presents its Final Conference

On Friday, 5th July 2019, the eSMART (Electronic Symptom Management System Remote Technology) consortium held the final conference and presented its preliminary results at the Renaissance Hotel, in Brussels, Belgium. The conference was led by Kathi Apostoidis, President of Consortium-Member,

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EU project MULTI-ACT presents first results and launches policy brief

Rome, Italy – 27 May 2019  Over the next two days (27-28 May 2019), the MULTI-ACT Project will hold its 3rd Consortium Meeting in Rome, Italy. Since its launch in May 2018, the ambitious project and its 11 partners have

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Discover the TO-REACH Strategic Research Agenda and join the SRA Online Consultation

As partner of the TO-REACH Consortium, EHMA is glad to share the TO-REACH Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) on Health Services and Health Systems Research. The TO-REACH SRA objectives The SRA has the ambition to address the increasing challenges faced by health

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SUSTAIN Final Conference – Sustainable Tailored Integrated Care for Older People in Europe

To take a step forward in the development of integrated care, the cross-European research project called ‘SUSTAIN’ was initiated, which stands for ‘Sustainable Tailored Integrated Care for Older People in Europe’ (www.sustain-eu.org). The project was funded under Horizon 2020 from

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Join the ICT4Life Project Survey on ICT Services for patients with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other dementias

ICT4Life is an H2020, EU funded project. Its main goal is to provide new ICT services for the comprehensive care of people suffering Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Using easy to use ICT tools patients can increase their quality of

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Join the 1st Webinar of the joint tender Support for the health workforce planning and forecasting expert network (SEPEN)

If you are interested in Health Workforce, do not miss the launch webinar of the SEPEN expert network. The “Support for the health workforce planning and forecasting expert network” (SEPEN) joint tender is a new action in the field of European

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EHMA @ ‘Health system challenges in small European states – What should the EU prioritize post 2020?’ – SMSHealth.eu Project Dissemination event in Brussels.

On 26th April 2018, representatives from the EHMA Secretariat attended the dissemination event of the SMSHealth.eu project ‘Health system challenges in small European states – What should the EU prioritize post 2020?’. The SMSHealth.eu is a 3-year project, co-founded by

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MULTI-ACT kicks off today! Bringing research closer to patients and society

The EU-funded MULTI-ACT project aiming to increase the impact of health research on people with brain diseases kicks off today. It will create and implement a new model allowing for the effective cooperation of all relevant stakeholders and be applicable

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Discover More About the HORIZON 2020 Work Programme 2018-2020

We are now heading towards the final years of Horizon 2020, the EU’s largest innovation and research funding programme, spanning over 7 years (2014 – 2020) with a budget of €77 billion.  The past years of Horizon 2020 have been marked

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Public Policy Exchange – ‘Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health’ Symposium

Save the date! ‘Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health’ Symposium 12th January 2017 Brussels Public Policy Exchange is pleased to invite a EHMA Member to speak at ‘Young People’s Sexual and Reproductive Health: Towards Improved Standards for Sexual Education in Europe’

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