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From 08/04/2014 to 10/04/2014
Brussels
The EHR4CR project, co-funded by the EU and organiser of this conference, has developed a platform that improves and speeds up the process of clinical trials, anonymously linking to patients' Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Important, since slow clinical trials can be dangerous in case a pandemic breaks out. There is a video and a conference. Read more
02/04/2014
With Open Innovation becoming an important cornerstone for our European welfare, its principles must surely be an essential element in the way we teach the next generation to take control. Read more
02/04/2014
European Consumer summit 2014, Brussels, 2 April 2014 Read more
02/04/2014
Opening and closing speeches to the European Parliament Plenary Debate, Brussels, 2 April 2014 Read more
02/04/2014
The Recommendation of the European Parliament to the Council, the Commission and the European External Action Service on the role of broadcasting media in projecting the EU and its values was adopted on April 2nd, 2014 The non-binding recommendation recognises that broadcasting for democratisation and promotion of human rights in third countries does not explicitly fall within the remit of EU media policy but suggests exploring ways in which the EU and member countries can coordinate media actions and strategies. Read more
02/04/2014
2014 EU SME eHealth Competition awards Big White Wall (UK) and Aseptika Limited (also UK) for their solutions for mental health and wellbeing and self-management support for respiratory diseases. Read more
From 08/04/2014 to 09/04/2014
Leeds, UK
At this conference, the results of AKTIVE, a three-year research project funded by the Technology Strategy Board's Assisted Living Innovation Platform scheme, will be presented together with other national and international research and industry experience from over 50 contributors. Read more
01/04/2014
INCA aims to coordinate the socio-sanitary services of different administrations, aiming to reduce costs, improve patient experience and achieve greater efficiency and value from health delivery systems. The inclusive approach of INCA can help to remove technological barriers for patient engagement and leverage the “Contribution towards first-time introduction of integrated care programmes” in Member States. This approach will lead to operational deployment of novel organisational models and care pathways for integrated care. The initiative, supported by the European Commission through Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) ICT Policy Support Programme (PSP), contributes innovative solutions to the current state of art in Chronic Disease Management. It aspires to integrate or facilitate the integration of social programmes beyond the clinical vision of the care chain, with a progressive and flexible implementation tailored to each customer priority. INCA puts the patient in the centre with a personalized network of stakeholders (Social Services, Service providers, GPs, Specialists, Caregivers, Volunteers…), empowering patients to communicate directly with their circle of care. Read more
From 28/04/2014 to 17/04/2014
The AAL Association organized this info day on 16 April to inform interested parties about the next call topic of the AAL Joint Programme: “Care for the future”. The video of the event along with presentation material are now available online. The topic of this call is explained as well as the procedures for applying and for searching a partner. Read more

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