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3rd Health Programme (2014-2020)
SCALING INTEGRATED CARE IN CONTEXT [SCIROCCO]
Grounded in the extensive experience of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA), SCIROCCO aims to provide a validated and tested tool that facilitates the success...
Grounded in the extensive experience of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA), SCIROCCO aims to provide a validated and tested tool that facilitates the successful scaling-up and transfer of good practices in integrated care across European regions. SCIROCCO will specifically focus on successful local interventions (good practices) that have demonstrated significant benefits to citizens, communities and service providers and that feature moving towards community-based, integrated health and social care service models.SCIROCCO will deliver an assessment of the contextual requirements necessary for the scale-up of these interventions and the capacity of regions to adopt them. SCIROCCO will also compare the readiness of five European regions to adopt good practices in the provision of integrated care, to demonstrate the effectiveness of the tool in practice.SCIROCCO explores how matching regions that have complementary strengths and weaknesses can deliver two major benefits: a strong basis for successful twinning and coaching that facilitates shared learning and effective knowledge transfer; and practical support for the scaling-up of good practices that promote active and healthy ageing and participation in the community.Finally, SCIROCCO captures the lessons learned from twinning, coaching and knowledge transfer activities as a significant contribution to supporting the broader implementation and scaling-up of local integrated care interventions in Europe, in line with the European Commission's 'European Scaling-up Strategy in Active & Healthy Ageing'.
Start date: 01/04/2016 - End date: 30/11/2018

Call: Call for Proposals for Projects 2015
Topic: Healthcare
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Unified Central and Eastern European surveillance/monitoring system for healthcare quality and efficiency indicators CEEQNET (Central and Eastern Europe Quality Network) [CEEQNET]
Analysis of the conditions of data sources in the collaborating countries and their evaluation for use of performance measurement. Detailed analysis of all measurable facts, their dimensions and their...
Analysis of the conditions of data sources in the collaborating countries and their evaluation for use of performance measurement. Detailed analysis of all measurable facts, their dimensions and their hierarchical levels useful for analytical evaluation of information contained in the data used.
Start date: 01/05/2004 - End date: 01/07/2006
Call: Health Information (Hi 2003)
Topic: Healthcare
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
National policies for EHR implementation in the European area: social and organizational issues [EHR-IMPLEMENT]
The general objective of EHR-IMPLEMENT is to collect, analyse and compare broad scale electronic health record (EHR) implementations among European countries and provide best practice, policy and stra...
The general objective of EHR-IMPLEMENT is to collect, analyse and compare broad scale electronic health record (EHR) implementations among European countries and provide best practice, policy and strategic recommendations to facilitate EHR implementation initiatives throughout Europe.
Start date: 01/05/2007 - End date: 01/05/2010

Call: Health Information (Hi 2006)
Topic: Healthcare
First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Surveillance System: Occurrence of Urinary Incontinence in Women as a Consequence of Inefficient or Inappropriate Obstetric Care [Ob.Surve]
The project aims at setting up a surveillance system to monitor the occurrence of urinary incontinence (UI) in women in the EU. The project will focus on incontinence as a consequence of inefficient o...
The project aims at setting up a surveillance system to monitor the occurrence of urinary incontinence (UI) in women in the EU. The project will focus on incontinence as a consequence of inefficient or inappropriate obstetric care, with the ultimate view to formulate appropriate strategies, policies and actions to avoid these conditions, and thus improve the quality of life of particular sections of the female population.
Start date: 01/05/2008 - End date: 01/03/2011

Call: Health Information (Hi 2007)
Topic: Healthcare
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
Promote Vaccinations among Migrant Populations in Europe [PROMOVAX]
Promovax’s general objective is to promote immunizations among migrant populations in Europe, thus contributing to the elimination of vaccine preventable diseases in the region & reducing social ine...
Promovax’s general objective is to promote immunizations among migrant populations in Europe, thus contributing to the elimination of vaccine preventable diseases in the region & reducing social inequalities in health. It aims to complement EU policies on reaching hard-to-reach populations by adding to the knowledge of migrants` immunization barriers, developing educational material for both health professionals & migrants and by developing recommendations for policy-makers.
It aims to:
Identify & record the immunization needs of migrants
Evaluate migrants’ access to immunization in the EU countries
Analyze the legislative context regarding migrant immunizations in the partner countries
Identify & exchange best practices on migrants` immunization health promotion
Enhance health care professionals’ knowledge on immunization needs of migrants and raise cultural sensitivity among health care professionals providing for migrants
Improve migrants’ understanding & acceptance of immunizations and facilitate their access to immunizations by identifying a network of relevant sites.
Start date: 01/05/2010 - End date: 01/05/2013

Call: Improve Citizen''S Health Security (Hs-2009)
Topic: Healthcare