recap

Recap - Innovative solutions for chronic diseases

recap

Recap - Innovative solutions for chronic diseases

recap

Recap - Innovative solutions for chronic diseases

Transnational Health Innovatioin Portal e-Ucare launched: access the health care knowledge base!



The e-Ucare portal offers you the opportunity to gain more in-depth knowledge on European projects, Living Labs and best-practices in the field of healthy ageing and independent living. Also, interesting news items and the latest health technologies and innovations can be found in the portal. Discover new collaboration opportunities or inspiring events to visit!


You can easily browse through the portal by using the filters on top of each page. These filters relate to amongst others theme, location, type, stage and date. In this way, search commands will meet your expectations and give valuable results.
You can access the portal via the RECAP homepage or this link: www.portal.e-ucare.eu


Origin of e-Ucare portal
The e-Ucare portal was built in a common strength between INTERREG IVB projects Health Cluster Europe (www.e-ucare.eu) and RECAP (www.regionalcareportal.eu). One of the main outputs of the RECAP project was to establish a broad European portal, e-Ucare, in order to capitalise knowledge and innovative and transferable solutions for healthy ageing and independent living in North-West Europe.


The (cluster) cooperation works towards creating a common platform promoting technological innovation linked to healthcare and demographic changes. It will do so by:

  • capitalising on the extensive knowledge and expertise network of the participating projects and creating synergies between them;
  • triggering high level, policy oriented discussions involving policy makers and representatives from the business and scientific worlds;
  • and coordinating efforts for the sake of maximum visibility for individual and joint project results and achievements.

 

Want to contribute to the portal yourself? Contact us via info@e-ucare.eu or share your thoughts via the forum!

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