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  • AdHopHTA - Adopting Hospital Based Health Technology Assessment in EU
  • Advance-HTA - Advancing and strengthening the methodological tools and practices relating to the application and implementation of Health Technology Assessment
  • ANCIEN - Assessing Needs of Care In European Nations
  • COFI - Comparing policy framework, structure, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Functional and Integrated systems of mental health care
  • COURAGE in Europe - COllaborative Research on AGEing in Europe
  • DIFFER - Diagonal Interventions to Fast Forward Enhanced Reproductive Health
  • DISMEVAL - Developing and validating disease management evaluation methods for European healthcare systems
  • ECHO - European Collaboration for Healthcare Optimisation
  • ECHOUTCOME - European Consortium in Healthcare Outcomes and cost-benefit research
  • EQUIPT - European-study on Quantifying Utility of Investment in Protection from Tobacco
  • EUCBCC - EUropean Cross Border Care Collaborations
  • Euprimecare - Quality and costs of primary care in Europe
  • EuroDRG - Diagnosis-Related Groups in Europe: towards Efficiency and Quality
  • EuroHOPE - European Health Care Outcomes, Performance and Efficiency
  • EuroREACH - A Handbook to Access Health Care Data for Cross-country Comparisons of Efficiency and Quality
  • EURO-URHIS 2 - European Urban Health Indicators Part Two: Using indicators to inform policy
  • HEALTH PROMeTHEUS - HEALTH PROfessional Mobility in THe European Union Study
  • HIScreenDiag - Building a Tool to Evaluate and Improve Health Investments in Screening and Diagnosis of disease
  • HSREPP - Health Services Research into European Policy and Practice: preparation and organisation of a European Health Services Research Conference
  • IBenC - Identifying best practices for care-dependent elderly by Benchmarking Costs and outcomes of community care
  • InSup-C - Patient-centered palliative care pathways in advanced cancer and chronic disease
  • INTERLINKS - Health systems and long-term care for older people in Europe - Modelling the INTERfaces and LINKS between prevention, rehabilitation, quality of services and informal care
  • InterQuality - International Research on Quality in Healthcare
  • LIVING DONATION - Living Organ Donation in Europe
  • MANAGED OUTCOMES - Operations management and demand-based approaches to healthcare outcomes and cost-benefits research
  • MedtecHTA - Methods for Health Technology Assessment of Medical Devices: a European Perspective
  • MentDis_ICF65+ - Prevalence, 1-year incidence and symptom severity of mental disorders in the elderly: Relationship to impairment, functioning (ICF) and service utilisation
  • MoHProf - Mobility of Health Professionals
  • MUNROS - Health Care Reform: the iMpact on practice, oUtcomes and costs of New roles for health pROfeSsionals
  • OptiBIRTH - Improving the organisation of maternal health service delivery, and optimising childbirth, by increasing vaginal birth after caesarean section (VBAC) through enhanced women-centred care.
  • PACE - Comparing the effectiveness of palliative care for elderly people in long term care facilities in Europe
  • PPACTE - Pricing Policies and Control of Tobacco in Europe
  • QUALICOPC - Quality and costs of primary care in Europe
  • REFINEMENT - Financing systems' effects on the Quality of Mental health care in Europe
  • RESTORE - REsearch into implementation STrategies to support patients of different ORigins and language backgrounds in a variety of European primary care settings
  • RightTimePlaceCare - Improving health service for European citizens with dementia: Best practice strategies' development for transition from formal professional home care to institutional long-term nursing care facilities
  • RN4CAST - Nurse Forecasting: Human Resources Planning in Nursing
  • SHELTER - Services and Health for Elderly in Long TERm care
  • TACTIC - Targeted Action for Curing Trauma Induced Coagulopathy a comparative effectiveness study of trauma haemorrhage management.
  • WE - CARE - Towards a Sustainable and Affordable Healthcare