Track 4. Health

Track 4. Health

24th October 2019     Chaired by: László Csernoch (Univ of Debrecen)

12:00 “The Phenomenon and the Characteristcs of Precariate in Hungary” by Anita R. Fedor and Renáta J. Erdei, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)

12:20 “European Integrated Care Horizon 2020: increase societal participation; reduce care demands and costs” by R. Ettema, G. Gumze, K. Heikkinen and K. Marshall; from HU (The Netherlands), Alma Mater Europaea (Slovenia), TUAS (Finland) and U. Salford (U.Kingdom)

12:40 “European Integrated Care Horizon 2020: increase societal participation; reduce care demands and costs in Finnish context” by K. Heikkinen, M. Lahti, J. Berg, A. Kiseleva and S. Eloranta, from TUAS (Finland)

13:00 Healthy Neighbourhoods: Health Promotion and Prevention in Urban Neigbourhoods by Joachim Westenhöfer, Johanna Buchcik and Jana Borutta, from HAW Hamburg (Germany)


25th October 2019     Chaired by: Joachim Westenhöfer (HAW)

11:30 “Research Centre for Healthy and Sustainable Living” by R. Pieters, N. Bleijenberg, K. Jerkovic, C. Krul, C. Veenhof and H. Wittink, from HU (The Netherlands)

11:50 “Virtual Training in Safety and Security – TUAS Visions for Next Generation Learning” by Mika Luimula, Roosa Talvitie and Nina Rantalaiho-Kulo, from TUAS (Finland) and U. Nizwa (Oman)

12:10 “Promoting health and well-being of entrepreneurs with health technology” by Reetta Raitoharju and Katja Heikkinen, from TUAS (Finland)

12:30 “New approach for resource allocation in digital healthcare 4.0” by Balázs Kocsi, László Pusztai and Istvan Budai, from U. Debrecen (Hungary)


Responding to this challenge, research and innovation (R&I) under Horizon 2020 is an investment in better health for all. It aims to keep older people active and independent for longer and supports the development of new, safer and more effective interventions. R&I under Horizon 2020 also contributes to the sustainability of health and care systems. Health, demographic change and wellbeing.

•         Secure societies – protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens.

•         Better health and care. Sustainable health systems.

•         Digital transformation in health and care.

Related issues to biotechnology and imaging systems are also included. Corresponds to the following topics from the Hamburg Conference:

•         Societal Challenge 1: Health, demographic change and well-being

•         Societal Challenge 7: Secure societies – Protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens

Forthcoming calls from H2020:

•         Research roadmap for medical applications of ionising radiation

ID: NFRP-2019-2020-13

•         Technologies to enhance border and external security

ID: SU-BES02-2018-2019-2020

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