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Boletín de Noticias OPE-ISCIII (Septiembre 2015 Vol. 8, Nº 4)

Boletín de noticias de la Oficina de Proyectos Europeos

Iniciativa de Medicamentos Innovadores (IMI 2) 6ª Convocatoria


IMI ha publicado la sexta convocatoria de propuestas bajo IMI 2, donde se incluyen los siguientes "topics":
-          Development of Quantitative System Toxicology (QST) approaches to improve the understanding of the safety of new medicines
-          Establishing impact of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection, resultant disease and public health approach to reducing the consequences

Topics bajo el programa "Big Data para la obtención de mejores resultados"
-          Real World Outcomes Across the Alzheimer's disease (AD) Spectrum (ROADS) to Better Care
-          Development of an outcomes-focused platform to empower policy makers and clinicians to optimise care for patients with haematologic malignancies

Fecha límite para presentar propuestas: 12 de Enero 2016
-       Información  detallada de cómo pedir una propuesta se puede encontrar en http://bit.ly/IMI2Call6
-       Webinars del 9 -27 Octubre, registrarse en http://bit.ly/IMI2Call6webinars.
-       Herramienta de búsqueda de projectos y socios disponible en: http://www.imi.europa.eu/content/partner-search


En la conferencia del 3 de noviembre que se celebrará en el Instituto de Salud Carlos III (ISCIII) sobre oportunidades de financiación e investigación e innovación en el ámbito de la salud para el periodo 2016-2017, se celebrará una sesión paralela sobre esta convocatoria. Más información y registro http://eu-isciii.es/conferencia-horizonte-2020-nov/





Programa en Salud. Acciones cofinanciadas y herramientas para afrontar la salud de los refugiados


Se relaciona acciones previas y otras recientemente puestas en marcha, relativas a la mejora en materia de salud de la población migratoria y refugiados. Más información: http://ec.europa.eu/chafea/documents/health/health-inequality-brochure_en.pdf

On GENERAL HEALTH STATUS


1. Training packages for health professionals to improve access and quality of health services for migrants and ethnic minorities, including the Roma (MEM-TP) contract, led by the Andalusian Public Health School (EASP). This is under finalization. Final conference to take place in Brussels on 2 Oct 2015. Apart from EN, the training material will be available in ES, PL, DK, IT, PL, RO and SK. MEM TP training package is now available at: http://www.mem-tp.org/course/view.php?id=38
2. The attached primary and secondary screening forms stem from the "Increasing Public Health Safety for the External Borders of an Enlarged European Union (PHBLM)" project, in which the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and EASP collaborated.
3. Through a direct grant IOM (running 2013-2016, for about 1.5 million € EU co-funding) is producing a.o. training material for health professionals as well as law enforcement officers, EQUI-HEALTH activities, more information at: http ://equi-health.eea.iom.int/


On MENTAL HEALTH


1. The PROMO network (Best Practice in Promoting Mental Health in Socially Marginalized People in Europe) has developed specific tools for assessment of the Quality of Mental Health Care, adapted to the needs of asylum seekers, refugees and irregular migrants. The PROMO materials are translated to EN, AT, CZ, DE, ES, FR, HU, IT, NL, PL, PT, EL, BE, SE. See: http://www.promostudy.org/outcomes/index.html
2. The IPPHEC- Improve Preparedness to give Psychological Help in Events of Crisis project has produced experts' recommendations and guidelines for Delivering Psychological Support in Hospitals and for the training of specialized personnel, www.ipphec.eu


On VACCINATION


1. PROMOVAX project has developed tool-kits for health providers & migrants. The tool kit for health providers aims to tackle identified barriers among health professionals in providing migrant health care and immunizations in particular. The migrant toolkit was created to address common misconceptions and barriers among migrant populations. You can see the EN version of the brochure for migrants here:  http://www.promovax.eu/toolkits/MT_english_web.pdf - it is also available in: Albanian, Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Nepali, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Somali and Ukrainian. They also produced a brochure for health professionals regarding vaccination for migrants: http://www.promovax.eu/toolkits/HCW_english_web.pdf (available in 6 other EU languages plus NO). Lastly, they produced an assessment form and vaccination record cards: http://www.promovax.eu/toolkits/HCW_english_forms_web.pdf


ON SCREENING


1. EU HEP SCREEN project has created a toolkit for increasing the health professionals' knowledge about screening for viral hepatitis. They have produced several short animation spots e.g. http://hepscreen.eu/health-challenge/ and the web-site offers to create leaflets in a variety of languages: http://hepscreen.eu/what-can-we-do-about-it/pre-test-information/multi-language-builder/


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