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In a move that promises to fuel innovation and support the acceleration of digital health inititatives, the DigitalHealthUptake (DHU) project is thrilled to announce the extension of the deadline for the Call for Twinnings until October 13, 2023.
The European Coalition for Active and Healthy Living (EURAHL) is a group of associations representing stakeholders active in the broader European Active and Healthy Living (AHL) arena.
EURAHL’s mission is strengthening connections, promoting synergies, and bringing together the voices of European Networks working in the field of Active and Healthy Living.
The DigitalHealthUptake project has just launched its Call for Twinnings, offering a remarkable opportunity for organizations to transform healthcare across Europe. From 13 June 2023 to 13 September 2023, interested parties can apply to be part of the nearly €100,000 available to support multiple twinning Initiatives.
Around 110 elderlies participated to the “Days for the Prevention of Active Ageing” held from the 10th to the 13th of May in the sanitary Hub of the Community of Sant’ Egidio in the San Gallicano Hospital in Rome. The initiative was promoted by the European Reference Site for Active Ageging: “Roma-Tor Vergata”, which is formed by the University of Tor
Vergata, the Policlinico di Tor Vergata, the Community of Sant’Egidio, We-COM, the ASL of Frosinone and the University of Rome 3.
THCS launches its first Joint Transnational Call for proposals aiming to encourage the optimization of patient care pathways and contribute to the transition towards more sustainable, efficient, resilient, ethical, high-quality, and accessible person-centered healthcare systems. More than 30 funding agencies participate with an indicative budget of more than 30 million €.