SAFE-N-MEDTECH, an EU-funded project, is designing an open access platform to foster the development of next-generation nanotechnology-based health products. The objective of the project is to provide a wide variety of technical, clinical, legal and support services to companies, especially SMEs, which will be the fundamental pillar of a diverse and cutting-edge European nanomedicine sector.
The EU-funded TBMED (A testing bed for the development of high-risk medical devices) project has been tasked with creating and implementing an Open Innovation Test Bed to support SMEs that specialise in the development of high-risk medical devices such as heart valves and hip replacements. TBMED’s guiding philosophy is centred on the ‘Quality-by-Design’ (QbD) concept that introduces quality assessment as early as possible in a product’s development life cycle.
In brain research today, the neuroimaging and brain modelling workflows used to analyse large data require processing power and storage beyond what personal computers can offer. A new open-source software for simulating and analysing brain network models is lowering the barriers to brain research, through brain simulation as a cloud service.
Arthritis of the thumb base is a debilitating condition that affects a large proportion of the population, especially in later years. A new thumb joint implant designed by an EU-funded project could alleviate suffering for millions of people.
Today, the European Commission launched the European Health Data Space (EHDS), one of the central building blocks of a strong European Health Union. The EHDS will help the EU to achieve a quantum leap forward in the way healthcare is provided to people across Europe. It will empower people to control and utilise their health data in their home country or in other Member States. It fosters a genuine single market for digital health services and products.
Launched in April 2022, the campaign #VaccinesForLife aims to spotlight what vaccines have achieved so far in terms of positive impact on the world, explain the benefits of vaccines at every age and stage of life, and champion their potential to save even more lives in the future. Getting vaccinated throughout our lives can lead to healthier, more productive, and longer lives. Prevention helps lower healthcare costs, which allows health systems to work better and for longer.
The health management of the Brothers of Mercy is an example of linking ecological sustainability with the self-image and mission of caring for people. Energy efficiency, staff training and participation, procurement and waste management are the main areas focused under the management system. Waste is the most visible environmental aspect of a hospital. To increase the recycling rate of waste or dispose of waste properly, a waste separation concept was introduced on the hospital wards.
The main objective of the project is to create increased awareness of the importance of relatives’ role in the care of family members living with dementia, and closer collaboration on the local level between the relevant local stakeholders. The EDEN project wants to change the approach of the care of citizens living with dementia from a challenge for each individual family towards a common community challenge.
This map presents the statistics of some european programmes. Filters can be used to view the list of programmes running in a given country or to refine the search. All the detalis of the chosen campaigns can as well be seen. Moreover, there is an option called "proposing country view", where the statistics by proposing country can be seen. Furthermore, there is also an option to filter Commission Campaigns, in order to view the campaigns rn directly by the European Commission.
EUPATI Toolbox was launched in January 2016 and contains a library of information around medicines research and development. More than 5.5 million users have accessed the information on the Toolbox since its launch - in 13 languages. Through reviews and a process of public consultation, sets of policies and standards for patient's involvement in medicines research and development have been published.
EMA and HTA bodies, facilitated through the previous EUnetHTA, have jointly identified several areas as focus of their European regulatory-HTA collaboration post-Joint Action. It is recognised that the implementation of the activities needs to be flexible, so that such collaborative work can transition into a legislative framework on European HTA cooperation, once adopted.
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