Working Group Leaders

Representatives of Brussels-based offices leading the work of Health Working Group.

Henriette Hansen

Leader

Henriette Hansen

South Denmark

Health WG Leader

Leader

Lucie Durocher

Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur

Christina Teik

Leader

Christina Teik

Greater Copenhagen EU Office

Health

The ERRIN Health Working Group aims to support WG members with early intelligence, regular updates, about EU level health policy-related issues, funding opportunities for them to function as project facilitators towards their regional stakeholders. The Health working group works as a means to create collaboration between the members in order to develop common EU projects. WG is also a vehicle for profile raising and promotion of good practices, projects within the regions. Members are invited to put forward their relevant proposals and use each meeting to share their partner searches for their on-going/upcoming initiatives with their peers.

Next Working Group Meetings

Next Working Group Meetings

health

Health WG meeting on tackling diseases and reduce disease burden: promotion, prevention and cure

Anonymous

In line with the Horizon Europe “Global Challenges and Their Drivers”, the next Health WG meeting will focus on tackling diseases and reduce disease burden: promotion, prevention and cure.

Last Working Group Meetings

Last Working Group Meetings

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Health WG Meeting on project opportunities for Regions after 2020 + Planning Meeting

Gaia Ialisa Marotta

We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming meeting on health-related project opportunities for Regions after 2020 on the 16th of January 2020. The meeting will also be an occasion to plan the 2020

Health WG

Health WG Meeting on Personalised Medicine

Anonymous

There is still a need to realise the potential of personalised medicine to ensure better prevention and care. The ERRIN health meeting will explore existing ecosystems, strategies and initiatives

WG Events

WG Events

Co-creating Welfare Seminar

The Co-creating Welfare project was created to serve local welfare services like elderly homes, hospitals and schools, that want to work in a closer dialogue with citizens to co-create future welfare services. The Co-creating Welfare project has developed training course material as well as a co-creation concept with guidelines, good practice examples and recommendations, which can help local welfare services to run co-creating processes with citizens and develop welfare services that correspond better to the citizens’ needs, and therefore are more sustainable. www.ccw-project.eu Within the…

Health WG Meeting: Uptake of Innovation in Hospitals through Skills Development

Uptake of Innovation in Hospitals through Skills Development The demographic issue of the ageing society is one of the key challenges facing the European society today. The health care sector needs to change and to integrate innovative solutions in order to cope – but new technology demands new skills. This event will focus on innovation in hospitals and the crucial need for continuous skill development of healthcare professionals. The event will consist of three key speakers followed by a panel discussion with the opportunity for extensive audience participation. The speakers and panellists…

Flanders demonstrates: Cooperation between Industry & Healthcare through integrated business models

Flanders Innovation and Entrepreneurship and POM West-Flanders are joining forces to provide policymakers with new tools that can keep our healthcare affordable and sustainable. That is why we present you the potential of new business models in the healthcare economy in the Flemish Parliament on May 28.  The aim is to make policy makers in Flanders, Europe and Internationally aware of the importance of cross-sectoral cooperation between companies and health actors in order to respond to tomorrow's needs. New, integrated business models offer the framework that is needed to develop and launch…

EIP on AHA new call for Reference Sites - online early intelligence information session

The European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing is launching a new call for Reference Sites at the end of May. Thanks to ERRIN’s participation in the WE4AHA consortium, we are proposing an online early intelligence information session to the interested ERRIN members about the call on 20/05 from 14:30. Please register below. We will communicate the call-in coordinates to the registered participants only. If you have any questions, please send an email to anett.ruszanov@errin.eu .   

SAVE THE DATE - EU FrailSafe

The EU FrailSafe Team is happy to announce that the final conference of the EU FrailSafe project will take place on 3 April 2019 in Brussels. Partners will present the final outcomes of the project and how the developed integrated system will better assess frailty among older people, contribute to a preventive approach and secure access to their health data. The agenda and information in regards with the venue will be sent in due time. Should you wish to be informed, please fill in the following form and the team will get back to you. The EU FrailSafe Team look forward to welcoming you to the…

Joint Webinar on Intrinsic Capacities by WHO & EU FrailSafe

The H2020 EU FrailSafe funded research & innovation project has joint forces with the WHO Ageing and Life Course Department for a webinar in which you will be able to learn more about an integrated care approach to meet the needs of older persons from the perspective of the WHO ICOPE approach and the EU FrailSafe approach. Please register here by March 3, 2019.

WG Related Content

WG Related Content

Call SC1-DTH-10-2019-2020: Digital health and care services

The European Federation of Nursing Associations (EFN), representing 36 National Nurses Associations (professional associations-regulators-unions), is looking to be your Consortium Partner, representing the end-user, representing 3 million frontline nurses in the EU. EFN role as end-user partner offers a wide expertise in: Collecting frontline and gender sensitive data for research; Identifying, assessing, and making visible good clinical practices in health services; Integrate experiences from a women-led profession; Dissemination and exploitation of results; Organise the dissemination…

TaRgeted thErapy for adVanced colorEctal canceR paTients (REVERT)

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is diagnosed in more than 400.000 people in Europe per year, and almost a half develop distant metastases. New drugs, such as bevacizumab, cetuximab, panitumumab, aflibercept, ramucirumab regorafenib and TAS-102 have been shown to lead to a significant improvement in median survival in patients with unresectable metastatic CRC. However, these new, molecular target drugs, which are directed towards specific targets defined as "actionable", cause heterogeneous tumour response, depending on patient's clinical characteristics and/or disease biology. Of note, they also have…

Join the inDemand Community Webinar!

The inDemand project is currently looking for Mirror Regions to replicate their innovative co-creation model in digital health care, and you can still apply until August 31. More information about the project and about becoming a Mirror Region can be found on the inDemand website. Are you interested in applying as a Mirror Region but have a question or would like to know more about the proccess, project, benefits of joining or hear stories from our pilot sites in Finland, France and Spain? Then you should join the free webinar that takes place on June 11, from 15:00-16:30. Register to the…

The digital transformation of healthcare published

The European Commission today published a Communication on Digital transformation of health and care in the Digital Single Market. You can read more here and in the attached document.

Meeting high-level delegation from Quebec

A high level delegation from Quebec is paying a visit in Brussels in mid-May and would like to meet regions to create potential partnership for project collaboration. As you might know, organisations from Quebec are eligible to participate in H2020 and other programmes as well (they finance their own activities). They definitely have rich experience and knowledge to share with European consortia.  We are offering our members a networking opportunity with these organisations active in health. The informal networking drink will take place at the Delegation of Quebec premises (32 rue du…

inDemand project is looking for European companies to co-create with healthcare professionals from Spain, Finland and France

inDemand is a new model where Healthcare organizations and companies co-create Digital Health solutions, with the economic support of regional public funds. inDemand is an innovatve model that applies at the same time demand-driven and co-creation approaches. This EU project is currently being implemented in three pilot regions: Murcia (Spain), Oulu (Finland) and Paris (France). Each of these three regions has launched its first call for companies interested in solving concrete needs that have been previously identified by healthcare providers. Murcia Region is looking for companies to solve …

Latest Updates

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Call for Abstracts- EHMA 2019

The European Health Management Association (EHMA) will be holding its Annual Conference (www.ehma2019.org ) in Espoo, Finland from 17 – 19 June 2019 on the theme of ‘Health Management 2.0’ in collaboration with the Helsinki University Hospital (HUS) and the National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Obesity and mental health policy

Are you into food-related consumer behaviour?

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Invitation for Regions and Organisations engaged in Integrated Care to participate in assessing the test-retest reliability of the SCIROCCO tool

The SCIROCCO Consortium would like to invite you to test the SCIROCCO self-assessment tool for integrated care and contribute to further validation of the Tool.  The objective of this testing process is to assess to what extent SCIROCCO tool measure what it is designed for and reliability of the measurements.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Promoting the use of physical activity as a tool to address anxiety and improve educational attainment

Suffolk County Council, England, is looking to work with European partners to explore and promote the use of physical activity as a tool to address anxiety and improve educational attainment amongst pupils aged 14-16 years who are undertaking exams.

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

Call SC1-DTH-10-2019-2020: Digital health and care services

The European Federation of Nursing Associations (EFN), representing 36 National Nurses Associations (professional associations-regulators-unions), is looking to be your Consortium Partner, representing the end-user, representing 3 million frontline nurses in the EU. EFN role as end-user partner offers a wide expertise in: Collecting frontline and gender sensitive data for research; Identifying, as

  • By Agnieszka Wieczorek

TaRgeted thErapy for adVanced colorEctal canceR paTients (REVERT)

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is diagnosed in more than 400.000 people in Europe per year, and almost a half develop distant metastases. New drugs, such as bevacizumab, cetuximab, panitumumab, aflibercept, ramucirumab regorafenib and TAS-102 have been shown to lead to a significant improvement in median survival in patients with unresectable metastatic CRC.