Presentation on theme: "Health and Wellbeing Angela Hamilton Policy and Information Officer Newcastle City Council."— Presentation transcript:
Health and Wellbeing Angela Hamilton Policy and Information Officer Newcastle City Council
Transnational funding proposals must link to EU objectives and Europe 2020 priorities must be relevant to the programme’s objectives need European added value should complement national actions
Health 2020 Invest in health throughout the life course Tackle health challenges Strengthen health systems Improve governance Five priorities
Health for Growth Health systems need reform to: keep up with demographic and social change make services sustainable encourage innovation in health Improve public health
Health for Growth – the programme €446m budget to fund: cost-effective solutions to health challenges more responsive and sustainable health systems projects to promote health, prevent disease and foster healthy lifestyles
Horizon 2020 Objective Drive economic growth and create jobs Budget of €80bn Excellent science €24.4bn Industrial leadership €17bn Societal challenges €29.7bn
Horizon 2020 Eligibility Collaborative projects At least three organisations At least three countries Actions and funding rates Research and innovation – 100% Innovation – 70 or 100% Coordination and support – 100%
Horizon 2020 – Societal Challenge 8 Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing Understanding health, ageing and disease Effective health promotion, disease prevention, preparedness and screening Improving diagnosis Innovative treatments and technologies Advancing active and healthy ageing
Horizon 2020 – Societal Challenge 8 Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing Integrated sustainable, citizen-centred care Improving health information, data exploitation and providing an evidence base for health policies Coordination activities Other actions http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/deskto p/en/home.html Budget of €7.5bn
What the EU wants Progress and modernisation New agendas and innovation Collaboration and partnerships Shared learning and best practice ‘European dimension’
Building a bid – ask yourself Will the project meet EU objectives? Does it meet your priorities? Who do you want or need to work with? What resources are needed to develop the bid? What is the deadline? Will you need match funding? How will you monitor success? Are you ready to be a partner or to lead?
Building a bid – prepare for success Choose your partners Agree objectives, actions and outcomes Define roles and tasks Share the work Decide timescales Assess the risks Identify resources
Building a bid – writing your bid Set aside enough time Draft the bid including a budget Talk to partners and colleagues Evaluate the bid Write the bid Submit your bid 24 hours before the deadline
Building a bid – your experience Have you ever been involved in an EU funded programme? What was the experience like? Would you do it differently next time? What is your top tip?
Areas of interest? Active ageing Citizen centered care Healthy lifestyles Tackling health inequalities