These are the projects we are currently involved in. In addition there are projects such as EDUCAT where we are indirectly supporting some of our stakeholders in their involvement.
TABLO – Training staff in the use of arts for the benefit of patients with long-term conditions – is a multi-national four year project under the Erasmus+ programme.
More than €1.9 million (£1.6 million) of European funding has been secured by a cross-border partnership to develop a pan-European approach to tackling Type 2 diabetes. Called DWELL (Diabetes and WELLbeing) this initiative involves eight partners from the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands and France. (See below for partner details). The programme will enable 1000 patients … Continue reading DWELL – Diabetes and Wellbeing
Latest news: This project went live in January 2017. The Health and Europe Centre will not only be contributing its expertise in the key areas of dissemination and communication but will also be supporting some of the other UK partners with their project administration and management. Background to ADAPT: This project – Assistive Devices for … Continue reading ADAPT
CASCADE – Community Areas of Sustainable Care And Dementia Excellence in Europe – is part of the Interreg VA 2Seas programme and will run from 2017 to 2021. It has a budget of €9,295,278.40 and there will be regular updates on progress as this exciting project develops
Transforming Integrated Care in the Community (TICC) has secured more than €4.8 million of European funding in this €8 million cross-border partnership involving 14 organisations from the UK, France, the Netherlands and Belgium (see below for partner details). TICC will create systemic change in health & social care, providing services that are better suited to … Continue reading TICC
Step By Step (SBS) has secured more than €2.6 million of European funding in its €4.3 million cross-border partnership involving 10 organisations from the UK, The Netherlands, France and Belgium (see below for partner details). SBS will empower men to move from poor health &/or isolation to healthy social participation or active engagement in the … Continue reading SBS