FOR BETTER PUBLIC HEALTH
The project will proceed with identifying models, good practice examples and regulatory solutions, provided by international organizations and selected Member States and analyse how they can be applied to promote active ageing in Slovenia. Based on this analysis, measures will be proposed that can contribute to improving the conditions for active ageing in Slovenia. Proposed measures will also be checked for feasibility of their implementation with a view towards assuring sustainability.
The EU project “Click for Support” has been developed together with the European prevention network “euro net” because digital techniques like the internet and smart phone apps have a big influence on the daily life of young people. They are used for communication with friends, as an information source, shopping and more.
The general objective of the Joint Action is to provide a platform for collaboration and exchange between Member States to support them to prepare the future of the health workforce for the expected changes. The Joint Action works towards better understanding of the terminology, and access to timely data, updated informatin on mobility trends, guidelines on qualitative and quantitative planning methodology, estimated future skills and competencies.
EXPAND – Expanding Health Data Interoperability Services is a Thematic Network which main goal is to progress towards an environment of sustainable cross border eHealth services, established at EU level by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and at national level, through the deployment of suitable national infrastructures and services.
Support creation of pilot network of hospitals related to payment of care for cross border patients (HoNCAB) main objective is to obtain a better understanding of the financial and organisational requirements that may arise as a result of a patient receiving healthcare outside the Member State of affiliation.
The project will also set up a pilot network of hospitals, with a functioning organisational structure and established means of communication, with the aim to share between Member States practical experiences, problems and solutions related to cross-border care.
Granted by the Prevention and Fight against Crime Program of the European Commission, the main objective of the I-SEE project, which involves the National Early Warning Systems (EWS) networks of Italy, Republic of Slovenia and Republic of Croatia, is to strengthen information exchange on New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) between Italy and South East Europe neighbouring countries, where drug smuggling is easy due to the right of free movement of persons and goods into EU territory. The project intends to ease Law Enforcement activities and cooperation both within countries and among participating countries by means of the valorization of national EWS experiences and good practice exchange.
The general objective of the EUnetHTA Joint Action 2 (JA2) on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is to strengthen the practical application of tools and approaches to cross-border HTA collaboration. The JA2 aims at bringing collaboration to a higher level resulting in better understanding for the Commission and Member States of the ways to establish a sustainable structure for HTA in the EU. Specifically, the JA2 will develop a general strategy, principles and an implementation proposal for a sustainable European HTA collaboration according to the requirements of Article 15 of the Directive for cross-border healthcare.
Major differences exist in the accessibility of services in the field of mental health in Slovenia. The general objective of the MOČ – HELP TO PEOPLE, KNOWLEDGE TO EXPERTS project is to improve these services. We will strive to reach this objective by educating professionals from the primary health level, social protection and the police. We will also expand the practice of psychological counselling centres Posvet (Ljubljana and Kranj) and Tu smo zate (Celje) to other Slovenian regions.
The overall objective of PARENT JA is to support the EU Member States in developing comparable and interoperable patient registries in clinical fields of identified importance (e.g. chronic diseases, medical technology). Its aim is to rationalize the development and governance of interoperable patient registries, thus enabling the use of secondary data for public health and research purposes in cross-organizational and cross-border setting.
Joint Action on Reducing Alcohol Related Harm (RARHA)