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  1. Managing Frailty. A comprehensive approach to promote a disability-free advanced age in Europe: the ADVANTAGE initiative“
    The project ADVANTAGE was conducted by a consortium of 35 partners, coordinated by the Getafe Institute for Research in Health Care (Fundacion para la Investigacion Biomedica del Hospital Universitario de Getafe), from Spain..
    Website: http://www.advantageja.eu/
    Financing sources: European Commission - DG SANTE, and own sources.
    Project duration:: 3 years (2016-2019)
    The purpose of the project is to attain a common understanding of the “frailty” condition and term, to be further used in all the EU member states, and should represent the basis for a united management at individual level, as well as at elderly level, as persons fragile or at risk for developing frailty. Identification of the basic components of frailty and its management should promote the need for change in organization and implementation of healthcare services and social services, in order to offer models of care; existing results at national level will allow member states to be able to face the challenge within a mutual framework.
    Specific objectives of ADVANTAGE project:
    • Standardize evaluation of individual “frailty” (define, diagnose);
    • Identify clinical aspects, evaluate comorbidities;
    • Identify the prevalence of frailty in population;
    • Identify the pathway and transitional states of “frailty”;
    • Explore strategies, obstacles and opportunities;
    • Revision of data management at individual level;
    • Elaborate prevention and clinical management guidelines;
    • Identify and disseminate the good practices;
    • Analyze the impact of individual healthcare models;
    • Transfer of information and good practices;
    • Analyze the integration of medical and social services;
    • Analyze the costs and benefits.

  2. 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.

  3. 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
    WEBSITE: www.alicerap.eu
    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.
    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:
    1. Providing an epidemiological overview of the addictions related to alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs and gambling for different countries;
    2. Estimating the prevalence of dependence at national level, by sex and age;
    3. Determinating the prevalence of the abuse and harmful use;
    4. Estimating the mortality, years of life lost and the burden of disease, attributable to addiction and substance use, by country, gender and age.

  4. 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.
    Specific objectives:
    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:
    1. To strengthen the practical application of tools and approaches to cross-border HTA collaboration;
    2. 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;
    3. 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.

  5. 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.
    Website: www.pasq.eu
    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.
    Specific objectives:
    1. Patient Safety good clinical practice exchange mechanism
    2. Quality of care good practices exchange mechanism
    3. Patient Safety good practices implementation
    4. Sustainability of the cooperation and exchange mechanism

  6. ASSESSMENT OF PATIENT PAYMENT POLICIES AND PROJECTION OF THEIR EFFICIENCY, EQUITY AND QUALITY EFFECTS: THE CASE OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE – ASPRO
    Funding source: European Commission Framework Programme FP7
    Project goal: Assessment of patient payment policies in the Central and Eastern Europe
    General objectives: Develop research methods for evidence-based policy analysis; health policy study on patient payments in Central and Eastern Europe. For more details click here.

  7. PROMOTING SOCIAL INCLUSION THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN AND INSTITUTIONAL RESOURCES WITHIN HEALTH COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE
    Our overall objective is to develop the community healthcare network, to improve access and quality of community care services for vulnerable groups and general population for all 10 counties in Western and Central development regions. For more details click here.

  8. REGIONAL CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE FOR IMPROVING PERFORMANCE PROCESSES IN HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN ROMANIA
    The overall project objective is to increase the degree of adaptability and flexibility of the medical staff and healthcare managers by implementing innovative concepts regarding the optimization and cost-effectiveness of the processes, that would lead to the development of professional competence in health management and management quality in particular, aiming to improve performance, efficiency and the quality of healthcare services.

  9. DOCTORS IN QUALITY MEDICAL SERVICES
    The project provides access to courses on the following topics: medical legislation, risk prevention and malpractice allegations, for 4000 doctors across the country: 1,600 physicians in high-risk specialties (surgery, ICU, obstetrics and gynecology) and 2,400 dentists. Courses will be held during October 2010 - May 2013, in the form of training workshops lasting two days with the following themes: vulnerability areas of current medical practice, techniques to avoid allegations of malpractice, legal demands applied to the medical profession, methods to negotiate malpractice insurance. For more details click here.

  10. INOVATIVE STRATEGY FOR BRIDGING CANCER CARE IN ROMANIA
    This project brings together two health institutions: the National School of Public Health, Management and Professional Development Bucharest and the Romanian Nurse Association in order to use their expertise to produce an innovative model of health care for patients at risk of developing cancer and patients who were diagnosed with cancer. The new approach regarding the prevention and the integrated treatment of cancer using the "Oncology Nurse Navigator" adopted in the U.S. Read more...

  11. EUROPEAN STUDY PROJECT ON ALCOHOL AND OTHERS DRUGS – ESPAD
    FUNDING SOURCE: ESPAD
    IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 2011-2012
    GOAL: Reliance on scientific evidence in policy decisions to prevent and control tobacco, alcohol and drug use, the policy to reduce the health consequences for young people, organizing effective interventions, development of appropriate services to promote healthy behaviors.

  12. INTERNATIONAL PROJECT "WORD MENTAL HEALTH SURVEYS INITIATIVE”
    FUNDING SOURCE: EU-WMH
    IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 2005-2011
    GOAL: The elaboration of policies and mental health strategies based on scientific evidence.

  13. EUROPEAN PROJECT “IMPROVING SCIENCE ADVICE FOR HEALTH IN EUROPE”, European project FP7, financed by the European Commission, through Grant agreement no.: 229716 within FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme), acronym EUSANH-ISA (http://www.eusanh.eu/)
    FUNDING SOURCE: through Seventh Framework Programme FP7, financed by the European Commission.
    PROJECT PERIOD:
    - the project started in February 1, 2009
    - project duration: 3 years (completed: February 1, 2012).
    The project AIMS to improve the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of scientific advice activity on health at European level.

  14. EUROPEAN PROJECT „THE EU CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD MENTAL HEALTH SURVEYS INITIATIVE”, acronym: WMH Europe (http://www.eu-wmh.org/)
    FUNDING SOURCE: through DG SANCO European programme, financed by the European Commission.
    PROJECT PERIOD:
    - Officially began in February 1, 2009
    - project duration: 2 years(completed: February 1, 2011).
    The project AIMS to analyze and disseminate new and valid information from WMH study on the following:
    - Describe the clinical picture of mental disorders, including estimation of life expectancy without mental illness;
    - Gender distribution of mental disorders;
    - Inequality of mental disorders.

  15. EUROPEAN PROJECT “DEVELOPING AN EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO CITY LEVEL PUBLIC HEALTH PLANNING & INVESTMENT IN EUROPE”, acronym DECIPHEr (http://decipherproject.com/project/)
    FUNDING SOURCE: European Programme: „Leonardo Da Vinci”
    PROJECT PERIOD:
    - Officially began in October, 2008
    - project duration: 2 years (completed: September, 2010).
    The project AIMS to systematically inform policy makers on cost-effectiveness of different types of investments in health focusing on shaping the lifestyle of the community and thus to reduce the level and pattern of disease.

  16. THE PROJECT „EUROPEAN UNION NETWORK FOR PATIENT SAFETY”, acronym EUNETPAS (http://www.eunetpas-rals.eu/)
    FUNDING SOURCE: DG SANCO
    PROJECT PERIOD: 2008 - 2010
    GOAL: to establish an umbrella network of all 27 EU member states and organisations of the Member States to encourage and enhance collaboration in patient safety.

  17. NATIONAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM / SUBPROGRAM 1.2. HOSPITAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
    FUNDING SOURCE: Ministry of Health
    IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: 2009 - 2010
    PROJECT GOAL: Improving the management of hospital care and hospital system performance in Romania.

  18. NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION FOR HEALTH - INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION SUBPROGRAM FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE PREVENTION
    FUNDING SOURCE: Ministry of Health
    IMPLEMENTATIONPERIOD: June 2009 - February 2010
    GOAL: Improving the detection rate among patients with cardiovascular disease in susceptible groups and supporting the capacity of the Ministry of Health to provide health education and easy access of population to medical services.

  19. NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION FOR HEALTH - INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION SUBPROGRAM FOR CERVICAL CANCER PREVENTION
    FUNDING SOURCE: Ministry of Health
    IMPLEMENTATION PERIOD: June 2009 - February 2010
    GOAL: Improving the detection rate of cervical cancer in the general population and supporting the capacity of the Ministry of Health to provide health education and easy access of population to medical services.

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