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First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Promoting Patients' Involvement in EU supported health-related Projects [VALUE+]
The ultimate objective of the project is to improve information and knowledge for the development of better public health and patient-centred healthcare systems across Europe, by supporting exchanges ...
The ultimate objective of the project is to improve information and knowledge for the development of better public health and patient-centred healthcare systems across Europe, by supporting exchanges of information, experiences and good practice among patients’ organisations and other key stakeholders to encourage the meaningful involvement of patients’ organisations in EU supported health projects at EU level and at national level.
Start date: 01/01/2008 - End date: 01/01/2011

Call: Health Information (Hi 2007)
Topic: Healthcare
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
PROMOTING HEALTH THROUGH EXCELLENCE IN HEALTH MANAGEMENT [PHeTEHM]
Extract from the Statutes of the European Health Management Association (also available at www.ehma.org).

“The aim of the Association shall be to improve health management and health policies thro...
Extract from the Statutes of the European Health Management Association (also available at www.ehma.org).

“The aim of the Association shall be to improve health management and health policies through the development and exchange of both ideas and practices among academics, researchers, managers, clinicians, policy makers and consumers throughout Europe. The aim of the Association is met through pursuit of the following objectives:

2.1 The provision, development and improvement of education and training in health management.

2.2 The development and improvement of health management practice.

2.3 The encouragement and support of research and development among the members of the Association and the exchange of their findings.

2.4 The transfer of research findings into practice through publications and through collaborative activities amongst the membership, and particularly between researchers and managers.

2.5 Collaboration, on behalf of the members, with the European Union and its affiliates and agencies, the World Health Organisation and its agencies, and other international and national organisations which have an influence on health in Europe.”

Start date: 01/01/2009 - End date: 01/01/2010

Call: Promote Health (Hp-2008)
Topic: Healthcare
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
I.A.A.S._FY2014_FY2013 [I.A.A.S._FY2014]
The International Association for Ambulatory Surgery (IAAS) was founded in 1996 and is a registered charity in Belgium EU. The IAAS is the only non-profit umbrella organization based on membership of ...
The International Association for Ambulatory Surgery (IAAS) was founded in 1996 and is a registered charity in Belgium EU. The IAAS is the only non-profit umbrella organization based on membership of national ambulatory surgery associations from countries around the world, and independent medical associations. Over half of the EU member countries are represented in the IAAS.
“Day Surgery: Making it Happen” represents the overall vision of the IAAS – working together, through education, consultation and communication, with national societies, governmental organizations and service providers with the goal of furthering the understanding of the benefits and advantages of day surgery as well as the barriers to its full development.
The mission of the IAAS is to promote the worldwide development and growth of high quality ambulatory surgery worldwide. Day surgery has proven itself to be a high-quality, safe and cost-effective approach to surgical health care. In this light, IAAS members work together to carry out this mission free of partisan spirit, polemics and prejudice, and are committed to the values of solidarity and equity of access to healthcare.
Start date: 01/01/2013 - End date: 01/01/2014

Call: Generate And Disseminate Health Information And Knowledge (Hi-2013)
Topic: Healthcare
3rd Health Programme (2014-2020)
Cancer Leagues Collaborating in Cancer Prevention and Control at the EU and National Level [ECL OG 2014]
The Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) is an NGO leading on cancer control actions at the European level since 1980. Represented by members in the EU and non-EU countries at the national le...
The Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) is an NGO leading on cancer control actions at the European level since 1980. Represented by members in the EU and non-EU countries at the national level, leagues are often the main resource for the public for cancer control information and services. The running of ECL is financed by fees from its members, which cover a skeleton staff and office expenses. ECL finds it increasingly difficult to run the office on only membership fees, rates which have not changed for 10 years, but due to times of austerity, ECL is unable to justify increasing the fees. Therefore, ECL is applying for this Operating Grant to increase its resources in order to be able to implement actions efficiently in line with its renewed strategy 2014-2017, in particular in its implementation of work for Strategic Goal 2: Promote Cancer Prevention. Cancer prevention actions, including communication campaigns for the public, remain a top priority for ECL and its member leagues, where we have been instrumental in communicating and interpreting for the public the past decade the 3rd Revision of the European Code Against Cancer. With great experience at the national and EU levels, and with proven trust of the public in the Member States, ECL and its member leagues are therefore a natural partner in communicating and disseminating the new (4th) revision of the Code. An EU Grant would be shared with the national leagues to further the other strategic goals: encouraging access to cancer screening; ensuring access to treatment and support; supporting national cancer control programmes and cancer registries; and influencing cancer control policies. More resources would also allow ECL to optimally utilize its network of partners at the European and global level, which include international organisations, the European Parliament, national departments of health etc. to support cancer control in line with priorities of the EU.
Start date: 01/01/2015 - End date: 31/12/2015

Call: Specific Grant Agreements for 2015 under the Framework Partnership Agreement for Operating Grants 2015-2017
Topic: Healthcare
3rd Health Programme (2014-2020)
Cancer Leagues Collaborating in Cancer Prevention and Control at the National and European Level [ECL SGA 2016]
The Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) is an NGO leading on cancer control actions at the European level since 1980. Represented by members in the EU and non-EU countries at the national lev...
The Association of European Cancer Leagues (ECL) is an NGO leading on cancer control actions at the European level since 1980. Represented by members in the EU and non-EU countries at the national level, leagues are often the main resource for the public for cancer control information and services. ECL provides a unique platform for cancer leagues to share specific know-how and experiences and is the only network in existence exclusively for cancer leagues. The running of ECL has been mainly financed by fees from its members, which cover a skeleton staff and office expenses. Prior to receiving co-funding in 2015 in the form of an Operating Grant from the EU, ECL's main source of income was membership fees, rates which have not changed for 10 years, but due to times of austerity, ECL has been unable to justify increasing the fees. ECL applied for an Operating Grant in 2014 to increase its resources in order to be able to implement actions efficiently in line with its renewed strategy 2014-2017. In 2015, the EU co-funding allowed us to increase our activities in the implementation of work for Strategic Goal 2: Promote Cancer Prevention. The grant has enabled ECL to increase our work in cancer prevention, and specifically in communicating the new 4th revision of the European Code Against Cancer in 2015, activities which included confirming translations of the Code, encouraging our members to communicate the Code, targeting young adults and incorporating the messages in all our activities including work at the European Parliament. In 2016 we will continue and expand these efforts with the Code as well as continue our normal and important activities such as tobacco control and patient support, while increasing our work at the national levels with our member leagues and other partners, which will include to a limited extent global partners during the World Cancer Congress in October 2016 in Paris.
Start date: 01/01/2016 - End date: 31/12/2016

Call: Health Programme Adhoc Call for invited (named) beneficiaries
Topic: Healthcare