If your region brings together health and care stakeholders to develop and implement person centered life course innovation and digital technology solutions for active and healthy ageing (AHA), you can apply to become one of the accredited AHA Reference Site regions in Europe.
eHealth, Well-Being and Ageing (Unit H.3)
The Commission is holding an information and networking session on the European Cancer Imaging Infrastructure call for proposals.
Under the Digital Europe Programme work programme 2021-2022, the European Commission has published a call for proposals to deploy a federated European infrastructure for cancer images data.
The IN-4-AHA project will support 10 twinning schemes for Reference Sites of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA) in 2022.
The Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare report provides an overview of national strategies, the uses and plans for AI in healthcare, and stakeholder views
Save the date to join online the second edition of the European Online Week of Active and Healthy Ageing. The event offers interactive workshops, discussions, plenary sessions, exhibitions and match-making activities, to share knowledge and showcase innovation at all levels in the active and healthy ageing sector.
The European Commission has just released a study on the development of Interoperable Electronic Health Records (EHR) in EU Member States (as well as Norway and the UK).
There are funding opportunities under Horizon Europe coming for digital health solutions. Digital technologies and health data are the key drivers for innovation in the health and care sector. First calls submission deadline is 21 September.
The EU-funded Innovation Networks for Active and Healthy Ageing (IN-4-AHA) Coordination and Support Action has been supporting the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing since the beginning of 2021. Here is a wrap-up of the different activities so far.
EU funded H2020 Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) project CAREMATRIX has just published a prior information notice, whereby it invites all interested market actors to participate in events that inform about the procurement objectives, process and the main contractual clauses. The events will take place online in November and December, and registration is open on the project’s website.
An accreditation scheme that recognises buildings adapted and equipped for active ageing could help ensure that Europe’s housing stock is fit for our ageing population.
EU researchers have developed innovative technology that delivers personalised advice and support to older people, potentially extending the number of years that can be lived independently.
The Commission is launching a 5,98 M € call for proposals to set up European media platforms projects, aiming to improve Union citizens’ access to trusted information across the Union. Projects should stimulate ways to develop technical systems to enhance and expand a quality news content and/or programming offer based on high quality standards and European rights and values. Platforms should allow content to be available in multiple European languages.
The Commission and Japanese partners have successfully collaborated in research and innovation projects on the challenges associated with population ageing.
The GATEKEEPER project is an EU-funded initiative under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme. Its main objective is to create a GATEKEEPER that connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, elderly citizens and the communities they live in. This connection between stakeholders will promote an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for senior people.
Are you providing solutions (service, innovation, product) to people 65+ to support active and healthy ageing? Do you wish to share your good practice with peers?
The European Commission has launched a call for proposals for innovation actions in the media sector, to stimulate interdisciplinary cooperation and build prototypes of advanced solutions for the creation, distribution and consumption of new immersive and innovative products for media.
Several members of the Hub working group on health apps assessment frameworks will be presenting the most recent work within the Hub on mHealth assessment.
The Commission is launching a 1,76 M € call for proposals to increase the production, curation and circulation of professional and multilingual news media content (in any format), as well as non-fictional programming, through European open and digital delivery systems. The call will require close cooperation of several media actors agreeing to share content amongst themselves. This content should cover EU affairs and should be consistently reachable across as many Union countries as possible in at least 5 Union languages.
The European Commission is launching a Call for proposals for the Preparatory Action “Media Councils in the digital age”. Building on the results of the two editions of the Pilot Project “Media Councils in the digital age”, the objective of this Preparatory Action is to further support the activities of the media self-regulation bodies and to promote the importance of the journalistic standards in the modern media environment.