This exciting project has just made its first claim, following a really interesting visit to ZorgSaam to look at the care model and local context.
For more information have a look at our CASCADE page on this website: http://www.healthandeuropecentre.nhs.uk/home-3/projects/current-projects-2/cascade/
A pilot project or preparatory action is an initiative of an experimental nature designed to test the feasibility and usefulness of action. It is meant to try different approaches, develop evidence-based strategies to address a problem, identify good practices, and provide policy guidance for the benefit of possible future initiatives in a particular area of health and welfare.
A number of pilot projects have been funded by the EU that explore different approaches to nutrition and physical activity and these are now available for others to learn from.
For more information about pilot projects on nutrition and physical activity on the ec.europa.eu website
The EU has funded a number of pilot projects in the field of health inequalities to develop evidence-based strategies, identify good practices and provide policy guidance for the benefit of possible future initiatives.
To find out more about these particular projects on Health Inequalities on the ec.europa.eu website
The AIRSAN Project looked at coordinated action in the aviation sector to control public health threats and has developed a range of tools to ensure a well- organised and coherent response. The Project targeted public health and civil aviation authorities, local public health authorities at airports, airport and airline management and medical services across EU member states.
AIRSAN Partners have developed:
- an AIRSAN Network,
- AIRSAN Communication Platform,
- an AIRSAN Bibliography,
- AIRSAN Guidance Documents, and
- an AIRSAN Training Tool.
To access these and find out more about the AIRSAN project on the airsan.eu website
The SUSTAIN project aims to improve integrated care for older people living at home with multiple health and social care needs. It will last four years and is divided into three interrelated phases (preparation, research implementation, and translation to products).
A European multidisciplinary partnership has come together to improve established integrated care initiatives for this client group and to ensure that any improvements to the integrated care initiatives are applicable and adaptable to other health systems and regions in Europe.
To learn more about the SUSTAIN project on the sustain-eu.org website
Here are some of the services we currently provide…
If you would like to know more, or think you may want something a little different, please get in touch. We pride ourselves on being able to offer every customer a service that is tailor-made for them…
- Opportunities for learning and sharing good practice across Europe through workshops, conferences, study tours and exchanges
- Practical examples of different ways of working in other countries
- Promotion of local health and social care providers to key decision-makers and institutions in the European Union
- Advice and support to develop, implement and manage EU-funded projects
- Regular briefing papers on specific health and social care topics
- Advice on EU policy developments
- Workforce development through deployment to EU countries and involvement in EU learning programmes