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3rd Health Programme (2014-2020)
EPHA Operating Grant Proposal 2016 SGA [EPHA SGA 2016]
The Annual Work Programme for 2016 of EPHA is drawn from the multiannual work programme 2015-2017 and builds on successes to date. EPHA’s activities in 2016 will continue to contribute to all four o...
The Annual Work Programme for 2016 of EPHA is drawn from the multiannual work programme 2015-2017 and builds on successes to date. EPHA’s activities in 2016 will continue to contribute to all four objectives of the Third Health Programme. EPHA has formally reviewed our Strategic Plan 2011-2015. We undertook a thorough consultation process involving Board members, Staff and the EPHA membership, and an analysis of EPHA’s operating environment, strengths and weaknesses. The EPHA membership formally approved the new Strategic Plan 2016-2020 at the Annual General Assembly on 4th September 2015. The Work Programme for 2016 reflects the revised strategy to define a clearer selection of priorities. This approach will enable EPHA to manage activities more effectively, encourage closer cooperation between members and across themes, and better monitor and evaluate our impact.EPHA’s overarching strategic objective remains: “To promote good health and wellbeing, to reduce disease and health inequalities in European policies and programmes”. Priorities selected are as follows:Under Aims 1 and 2 of the 3rdHP and EPHA Strategic Objective “Securing a Governance for Health Approach in Key EU Policies” (HiAP):- Agriculture and Food Policy including Alcohol, Tobacco and NCDs- EU Semester for Health- Healthy Trade Policy- Public Health and Research in the EU BudgetUnder Aims 3 and 4 of the 3rdHP and EPHA Strategic Objective “Strengthen EU Policies to Reduce Health Inequalities and Ensure Universal Access to Sustainable, Inclusive Health Systems”:- Universal and Fair Access to Medicines- Action on Antimicrobial Resistance- Inclusive E- and M-Health- HSPAEach of these areas has operational objectives, milestones, deliverables and impact indicators. The Work Programme 2016 also highlights organisational development objectives, particularly on cooperation with academia, communications and financial sustainability, which are priorities for 2016.
Start date: 01/01/2016 - End date: 31/12/2016
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Call: Health Programme Adhoc Call for invited (named) beneficiaries
Topic: Syphilis
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
CAPACITY BUILDING IN HIV/SYPHILIS PREVALENCE ESTIMATION USING NON-INVASIVE METHODS AMONG MSM IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN EUROPE [SIALON]
The project objective is to obtain reliable and valid information on HIV and Syphilis prevalence, risk behaviour, and cultural factors among men having sex with men (MSM), using a non-invasive outreac...
The project objective is to obtain reliable and valid information on HIV and Syphilis prevalence, risk behaviour, and cultural factors among men having sex with men (MSM), using a non-invasive outreach testing method (oral fluid) in countries of Southern and Eastern Europe. The project also aims to create a network of institutions working to implement new tools for STI surveillance, in collaboration with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) in support of comprehensive, integrated HIV/STI prevention strategies.
Start date: 01/04/2008 - End date: 01/05/2010

Call: Health Determinants (Hd 2007)
Topic: Syphilis
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
CAPACITY BUILDING IN COMBINING TARGETED PREVENTION WITH MEANINGFUL HIV SURVEILLANCE AMONG MSM [SIALON II]
In line with the last Communication on combating HIV/AIDS in the European Union and neighbouring countries (2009-2013) the overall objective of this project is to carry out and promote combined and ta...
In line with the last Communication on combating HIV/AIDS in the European Union and neighbouring countries (2009-2013) the overall objective of this project is to carry out and promote combined and targeted prevention complemented by a meaningful surveillance among MSM. In other words, the aim is to develop capacity building and know how through both training and on-site coaching under the active supervision and in collaboration with UNAIDS and WHO on: a) prevention needs assessment and prevention actions; b) innovative surveillance methodologies for hard to reach populations like MSM (time location sampling, respondent driven sampling, HIV and STI testing). The project, thanks to the participation of UNAIDS and WHO, will be implemented in both EU and neighbouring countries using the same methodologies (Protocols, UNGASS/ECDC indicators, epidemiological algorithms) and prevention strategies.
Start date: 01/11/2011 - End date: 01/02/2015

Call: Promote Health (Hp-2010)
Topic: Syphilis