• Thu
    05
    Nov
    2020

    The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Telecom -2020-2 eHealth call (implemented by The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA)) was published on June 30th, 2020!

    Read the call document here

    The actions funded under this call for proposals should contribute to:

    • The continued use of the ERN Collaborative Platform (ECP) and of the Clinical
      Patient Management System (CPMS), which facilitate access to highly
      specialised knowledge and care for patients suffering from rare and complex
      diseases.
    • The improvement of current functionalities and adding of new functionalities to
      the ERN Clinical Patient Management System, which will enhance the possibility
      to collect and analyse clinical data across borders to support public health and
      research, and also better adapt the CPMS to the ERN specific clinical needs.
    • The promotion of the European Reference Networks within the medical
      community by suitable learning and training activities.

     

    Deadline for submission of proposals is Thursday 5 November 2020 (5PM Brussels time).

    Evaluation of proposals November 2020 – January 2021 (indicative)

    Consultation of the CEF Committee March – April 2021 (indicative)

    Adoption of the Selection Decision April 2021 (indicative)

    VASCERN will be submitting a proposal in order to ensure the continuation and improvement of the IT services offered to our members (helpdesk, eLearning activities, monitoring system support, and other IT related activities).

    A 2020-2 CEF Telecom call virtual Info Day will occur on 16 July 2020.

    More information on the call can be found here

  • Mon
    01
    Feb
    2021

    A preliminary announcement for the European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) Joint Transnational Call (JTC) 2021 has just been released!

    The topic for this next call will be “Social sciences and Humanities Research to improve health care implementation and everyday life of people living with a rare disease”

    Transnational research proposals must cover at least one of the following areas, which are equal in relevance for this call:

    • Health & social care services research to improve patient and familial/household health outcomes
    • Economic Impact of Rare diseases
    • Psychological and Social Impact of Rare diseases
    • Studies addressing the impact/burden of the delay in diagnosis and of the lack of therapeutic intervention.
    • e-Health in rare diseases: Use of innovative technology systems for care practices in health and social services
    • Development and enhancement of health outcomes research methods in rare diseases
    • Effects of pandemic crisis and the global outbreak alert and response on the rare disease field, and the emergence of innovative care pathways in this regard.

    Each consortium submitting a proposal must involve at least three principal investigator partners from at least three different countries that are joining this Call JTC 2021. The maximum duration of the project is 3 years.

    The call is scheduled to open in December, with a pre-proposal submission deadline in February. More information to come soon...stay tuned!

    Find the full preliminary announcement here

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