Horizon 2020 - Sanita', cosa finanzia il work programme 2016-2017

 

Sanità

Ammonta ad oltre 933 milioni di euro il budget provvisorio del programma di lavoro 2016-2017 della sfida sociale 1 di Horizon 2020

La Commissione Ue ha pubblicato il programma di lavoro provvisorio relativo alla prima sfida sociale di Horizon 2020, Health, demographic change and wellbeing, il cui obiettivo è promuovere una migliore qualità della vita per i cittadini europei.

Il programma di lavoro 2016-2017, che sarà approvato entro metà ottobre, si concentra su due temi specifici:

  • invecchiamento sano,
  • assistenza sanitaria personalizzata,

che saranno declinati in sotto-temi nell’ambito di 3 inviti a presentare proposte:

1. Call - Personalised Medicine

1.1 Understanding health, well-being and disease

  • SC1-PM-01-2016: Multi omics for personalised therapies addressing diseases of the immune system
  • SC1-PM-02-2017: New concepts in patient stratification
  • SC1-PM-03–2017: Diagnostic characterisation of rare diseases
  • SC1-PM-04–2016: Networking and optimising the use of population and patient cohorts at EU level

1.2. Preventing disease

  • SC1-PM-05–2016: The European Human Biomonitoring Initiative
  • SC1-PM-06–2016: Vaccine development for malaria and/or neglected infectious diseases
  • SC1-PM-07–2017: Promoting mental health and well-being in the young

1.3 Treating and managing diseases

  • SC1-PM-08–2017: New therapies for rare diseases
  • SC1-PM-09–2016: New therapies for chronic diseases
  • SC1-PM-10–2017: Comparing the effectiveness of existing healthcare interventions in the adult population
  • SC1-PM-11–2016-2017: Clinical research on regenerative medicine

1.4 Active ageing and self-management of health

  • SC1-PM-12–2016: PCP - eHealth innovation in empowering the patient
  • SC1-PM-13–2016: PPI for deployment and scaling up of ICT solutions for active and healthy ageing
  • SC1-PM-14–2016: EU-Japan cooperation on Novel ICT Robotics based solutions for active and healthy ageing at home or in care facilities
  • SC1-PM-15-2017: Personalised coaching for well-being and care of people as they age

1.5 Methods and data

  • SC1-PM-16–2017: In-silico trials for developing and assessing biomedical products
  • SC1-PM-17–2017: Personalised computer models and in-silico systems for well-being SC1-PM-18–2016: Big Data supporting Public Health policies
  • SC1-PM-19–2017: PPI for uptake of standards for the exchange of digitalised healthcare records SC1-PM-20-2017: Development of new methods and measures for improved economic evaluation and efficiency measures in the health sector

1.6 Health care provision and integrated care

  • SC1-PM-21-2016: Implementation research for scaling-up of evidence based innovations and good practice in Europe and low- and middle-income countries

Coordination activities

  • SC1-HCO-01-2016: Valorisation of FP7 Health and H2020 SC1 research results
  • SC1-HCO-02-2016: Standardisation of pre-analytical and analytical procedures for in vitro diagnostics in personalised medicine
  • SC1-HCO-03–2017: Implementing the Strategic Research Agenda on Personalised Medicine SC1-HCO-04–2016: Towards globalisation of the Joint Programming Initiative on Antimicrobial resistance
  • SC1-HCO-05–2016: Coordinating personalised medicine research
  • SC1-HCO-06–2016: Towards an ERA-NET for building sustainable and resilient health system models
  • SC1-HCO-07–2017: Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD)
  • SC1-HCO-08–2017: Actions to bridge the divide in European health research and innovation
  • SC1-HCO-09–2016: EU m-Health hub including evidence for the integration of mHealth in the healthcare systems
  • SC1-HCO-10–2016: Support for Europe’s leading Health ICT SMEs
  • SC1-HCO-11–2016: Coordinated action to support the recognition of Silver Economy opportunities arising from demographic change
  • SC1-HCO-12–2016: Digital health literacy
  • SC1-HCO-13-2016: Healthcare Workforce IT skills
  • SC1-HCO-14–2016: EU-US interoperability roadmap
  • SC1-HCO-15-2016: EU eHealth Interoperability conformity assessment
  • SC1-HCO-16-2016: Standardisation needs in the field of ICT for Active and Healthy Ageing

2. Call - Digital Security Focus Area

  • DS-03-2016: Increasing digital security of health related data on a systemic level

3. Call - Internet of Things

  • IoT-01-2016: Large Scale Pilots

Per raggiungere gli obiettivi della sfida sociale 1 sono previste anche altre azioni, tra cui:

  • il Fast Track to Innovation Pilot,
  • lo strumento finanziario InnovFin Infectious Diseases, sostenuto dalla banca europea per gli investimenti (BEI),
  • il programma Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI2),
  • il programma European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP2),
  • il premio Horizon Birth Day Prize sulla mortalità dei neonati e delle madri;
  • due sfide nel contesto dello Strumento per le PMI (SMEInst-05-2016-2017 - Supporting innovative SMEs in the healthcare biotechnology sector; SMEInst-06-2016-2017 - Accelerating market introduction of ICT solutions for Health, Well-Being and Ageing Well),
  • conferenze europee su eHealth.

Il budget provvisorio del programma ammonta complessivamente a più di 933 milioni di euro, di cui oltre 500 milioni per il 2016 e circa 434 per milioni di euro per il 2017.

Links
Bozza del work programme 2016-2017
Horizon 2020: al via i primi bandi dei Partenariati pubblico-privati per la ricerca
Commissione Ue-BEI: InnovFin, strumenti finanziari per investimenti in ricerca e innovazione

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