Information day on Public Health Programme’s open calls
Created: Monday, 20 June 2016 00:00
National Healthcare Services Center as Programme Operator of Public Health Programme Area has organized an Information Day centered around the open calls of Norway Grants 2009-2014, on 14th June 2017.
Open calls are designed on the topics of patient safety, knowledge transfer and reducing health inequalities. Submission is continuous, the review of eligibility and administrative criteria, as well as the evaluation will be carried out in order of reception of applications.
Purpose of the Information Day was to introduce the content of the calls supporting bilateral, Norwegian-Hungarian cooperation as well as helping the potential applicants during application. 40 representative were interested in the program.
Above the professional content of the calls, applicants received useful information on partner finding, later project implementation, eligibility of costs and extended project technical information.
On behalf of Programme Operator, National Healthcare Services Center representative Gabriella Pál introduced the calls. Dr. Andrej M. Grjibovski, EEA and Norway Grants coordinator from Norwegian Institute of Public Health talked about project partner searching opportunities and partner relations. Applicants were shown NORA grant system of EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms in the presentation of Szandra Pancsusák from Implementing Agency of the Grants, International Development and Fund Coordination Agency (IDEFA). György Kelényi, lead consultant of IDEFA, gave insight into fundamental practical application information. After presentations applicants had the opportunity for personal consultation.
Basic data of Public Health Programme Area’s calls:
|Type of call
|Estimated number of supported
||Exchange of experience and partnership programs in the field of innovative e-health solutions to promote early diagnosis of cancer
||Exchange of experience and partnership programs in the field of improvement of patient safety conditions in hospitals
||>Public healthcare institutions, non-governmental organizations, chambers, foundations
||Exchange of experience to facilitate knowledge transfer in effective operation of of in-patient care
||Public healthcare institutions
||Reduce health inequalities
||Exchange of experience related to and best practices and measures to reduce health inequalities
||Public healthcare institutions, non-governmental organizations, chambers, foundations
Submission is continuous, the review of eligibility and administrative criteria, as well as the evaluation will be carried out in order of reception of applications. Ultimate closure date of project implementation is due to October 2017 in every sub-programme. Detailed call for proposals and all the annexes are available on the official Hungarian programme website of EEA and Norway Grants.