The EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND) launches a joint transnational call to support health and social care research and innovation.
Current research suggests strong potential for improving quality of life for those living with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, with novel health and social care concepts and innovations focusing on the preservation of dignity, independence and social inclusion. Nevertheless, the availability and quality of such services vary considerably across Europe and beyond.
In this context, JPND is inviting multi-national research teams to submit proposals for ambitious, innovative and multi-disciplinary collaborative projects that address health and social care at both the macro level of systems and infrastructures and the individual level of patients, carers and families.
Proposals submitted under this call will include, but are not limited to, the research areas listed below. Proposals can focus on one or several of these areas:
- Care pathways and services using the potential of patient involvement
- Factors influencing progression and prognosis of disease
- Outcome measures for patients and their informal carers
- Palliative care of patients
- Cost-effectiveness and affordability of interventions including ethical concerns
The total made available for this call is 21 million euros (from all participating countries). Under this call, each country funds their own national participants in successful collaborative proposals, according to their national budget allocation.
More detailed information about the call for proposals, as well as instructions on how to apply, can be found at JPND:s website.
Applications are submitted via JPND:s electronic submission tool. Read more at neurodegenerationresearch.eu.