+33(0)1 42 54 60 64 | contact@welcomeurope.com

EU4H – Support the implementation of the Regulation on health technology assessment – training of patient and clinical experts contributing to joint health technology assessment activities – 2022

EU4H - Support the implementation of the Regulation on health technology assessment – training of patient and clinical experts contributing to joint health technology assessment activities, aiming at supporting a timely implementation of the new legislation through capacity building activities.

2022-05-24
1 million euro
Close

Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Sectors All sectors Education & Training Health
Beneficiaries All beneficiaries Association & NGO Research centre & university Training organisation & school
Regions Developing countries, European Economic Area, European Union
Details
  • EU Member States (including overseas countries and territories linked to it (OCTs))
  • Eligible non-EU countries : listed EEA countries and countries associated to the EU4Health Programme or countries which are in ongoing negotiations for an association agreement and where the agreement enters into force before the deadline for submission

 


Content reserved for subscribers

Register for free to access the content

Free access to all information

Priorities and funded actions

Objective

To support a timely implementation of the new legislation through capacity building activities

Priorities

  • Priority 1: Increasing the capacity of patient organisations and learned societies to provide robust and meaningful input to HTA activities carried out by the Coordination Group and its sub-groups, including dissemination of the output produced
  • Priority 2: Increasing the knowledge of patients and clinical experts on the new Union HTA legal framework, clarifying their role when invited to contribute to joint HTA activities for their subject matter expertise and acting in individual capacity

Among financed actions

  • Develop training programmes for patients and clinical experts participating in their individual capacity to joint scientific consultations and joint clinical assessments
  • Contribute to the appropriate implementation of the rules to ensure the independence and impartiality of patients and clinical experts involved in joint HTA work
  • Raise awareness among patient and clinical experts on the new Union legal framework on HTA and stimulate their engagement with HTA bodies at national and Union level, including dissemination of produced output

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
  • Initial duration of the action: between 24 and 36 months

Eligibility

  • Be legal entities (public or private bodies)
  • Be established in one of the eligible countries
  • The consortium must include at least one applicant who can provide documented evidence on:
    • Experience in developing training programmes
    • Experience/capacity to ensure swift dissemination of information to the patient community and medical community at large
  • The consortium should ensure a balanced geographical coverage of the Union
Financement
  • Total amount of the call: 107,3 million euro
  • Total budget of the topic “Support the implementation of the Regulation on health technology assessment – training of patient and clinical experts contributing to joint health technology assessment activities”: 1 million euro
    • Sub-topic 1 “HS-g-22-20.01”: 500,000 euro
    • Sub-topic 2 “HS-g-22-20.02”: 500,000 euro
  • Co-financing rate: up to 60% of the total eligible costs; or up to 80% if your project is of “exceptional utility”

 

Test your eligibility

Need help with your public financing ?

Similar news

21 February 2022

16-20 May 2022: European Public Health Week

Lire l'aticle

14 February 2022

€1.3 billion for HERA first work plan – a step towards the European Health Union

Lire l'aticle