- Comparative Effectiveness Research on Psychiatric Hospitalization by Record Linkage of large Administrative data Sets (CEPHOS-LINK)
FUNDING SOURCE: European Commission - FP7 and own source funding
DEVOPMENT PERIOD: 2013 - 2016
PARTNERS: A consortium formed of seven partners from six European countries (Finland, Austria, Romania, Norway, Italy, and Slovenia) under the coordination of the National Institute for Health and Welfare in Finland.
The project aims to develop a relationship between the sets of data recorded in large electronic data bases regarding the health care services in six European countries, that have different health systems, in order to explore the relationship between a high range of factors (at the level of patient and health services system) and the readmission of psychiatric patients who were discharged from the hospital, and also to compare the results regarding the different models of the service use. From the perspective of users and health care providers, the cost-effectiveness aspects and the results of the literature's systematic reviews will be included in the studies results in order to develop guidelines, recommendations and decision support tools for decision makers in the field of mental health systems and the intervention services.
- European Project FP7
TITLE OF THE PROJECT: „Addictions and Lifestyles in Contemporary Europe – Reframing Addictions Project”;
The National School of Public Health and Management Bucharest participates in this project, on the basis of a subcontract. NSPHMB is involved in the Work package 5 “Counting addictions”, having the responsibility to gather available data on the use of alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs and gambling.
ACRONYM: ALICE RAP
FUNDING SOURCE: European Commission
IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 5 years (2011-2015)
SCOPE: The Project is an European one, which involves researchers and research institutions from 25 European countries, and its scope is analysing the situation and the challenges of addictions and lifestyles to the cohesion, organization and functioning of the contemporary European society.
- Providing an epidemiological overview of the addictions related to alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs and gambling for different countries;
- Estimating the prevalence of dependence at national level, by sex and age;
- Determinating the prevalence of the abuse and harmful use;
- Estimating the mortality, years of life lost and the burden of disease, attributable to addiction and substance use, by country, gender and age.
- EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR HTA, JOINT ACTION 2, European project financed by European Comission – acronym EUnetHTA JA2
The European Network for Health Technology Assessment (EuNetHTA) aims to implement effective and sustainable collaboration in health technology assessment field by which to obtain added value at European, national and regional level.
EuNetHTA Website: http://www.eunethta.eu/
FUNDING SOURCE: European Commission
Project duration: 3 years (2013-2015)
Scope: The current collaboration is the second phase which continues the previous 2010-2012 EUnetHTA Joint Action 1. The general objective of the EUnetHTA Joint Action 2 (JA2) on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is to strengthen the practical application of tools and approaches to cross-border HTA collaboration. During this project, about three HTA reports will be produced on the basis of standardized HTA model produced in the first phase of the project (“Core Model HTA”), and then the members of the network will adapt and apply the model to local conditions.
The JA2 aims at bringing collaboration to a higher level resulting in better understanding for the Commission and Member States of the ways to establish a sustainable structure for HTA in the EU. Specifically, the JA2 will develop a general strategy, principles and an implementation proposal for a sustainable European HTA collaboration according to the requirements of Article 15 of the Directive for cross-border healthcare.
The strategic objectives of the JA2 are:
- To strengthen the practical application of tools and approaches to cross-border HTA collaboration;
- To aim at bringing collaboration to a higher level resulting in better understanding for the Commission and Member States (MS) of the ways to establish a sustainable structure for HTA in the EU;
- To develop a general strategy, principles and an implementation proposal for a sustainable European HTA collaboration according to the requirements of Article 15 of the Directive for cross-border healthcare.
- Joint Action for Patient Safety and Quality of Care – PaSQ
The project is implemented by a consortium of health organization and health care quality organizations from EU countries (38 partners). NSPHM (SNSPMPDS) is representing Romania in this project.
Financing: EU Commission
Implementation Period: 3 years 2012-2015.
Consortium Leader: Haute Autorite de Sante (HAS)
General objective: To contribute to the improvement of patient safety and quality of care, as specified by the EU Council Recommendation.
- Patient Safety good clinical practice exchange mechanism
- Quality of care good practices exchange mechanism
- Patient Safety good practices implementation
- Sustainability of the cooperation and exchange mechanism
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