The EU Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) eHealth Security Experts Group is the second iteration of the expert group focusing in the healthcare sector, initially created in 2015. The creation of this Experts Group aims at gathering experts from the healthcare sector to exchange viewpoints and ideas on cybersecurity threats, challenges and solutions, as well as to support ENISA in its work in the sector.
Update: the presentations and the recording are now available.
The French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) announced its intention to propose a restriction of PAHs, furans, dioxins, PCBs and formaldehyde in single-use nappies for infants and children.
We will host a call for evidence to support the preparation of the proposal. The call for evidence starts in January 2020 and closes on 31 March 2020.
This information session is intended to clarify the scope of ANSES’ investigation and answer your questions related to the call for evidence. It is open for all, and will be most useful for those planning to provide information for the preparation of the restriction proposal.
This year’s event aims to showcase a suite of sessions focused on novel drugs and approaches, particularly highlighting non-traditional and traditional therapies that provide an innovative means to spearhead the issue. The conference will also place significant emphasis on the much-needed support for innovative approaches such as sessions tackling the funding and support and the regulation that provides guidance towards the goal of ameliorating the continued rise of anti-microbial resistance (AMR).
IMI has announced funding opportunities in cancer, tuberculosis, vaccines, psoriatic arthritis and drugs based on proteins. Webinars on all topics, rules, procedures and opportunities for SMEs will be held from 22-31 January 2020.
The RITMOCORE consortium – four hospitals and hospital foundations in Spain and the UK – invites interested bidders to submit offers to their public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI). This PPI aims to deploy innovative and more efficient service provisioning for patients with bradycardias and implantable pacemakers. The care model is based on personalized arrhythmia treatment, remote monitoring, coordinated care and patient activation. Deadline for submitting offers is 16 March 2020.
The new Horizon2020 project eCare aims to deliver digital solutions for the management of frailty to encourage elderly people to live independently.