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DIHsP4_Medicine project’s Final Event was held in Cluj-Napoca on June 12, 2024

The DIHs_P4Medicine project hosted the Final Event, titled “New approaches to address healthcare challenges: DIHs for P4 Medicine on Wednesday, June 12, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania and online. 



This event was an opportunity to finalise the results of all the hard work and dedication of the DIHsP4_Medicine consortium over the past two years.  

During the first part of the event, the final results and outcomes of the project, including the Joint Action Plan, were presented by the project partners, as well as specific actions and future perspectives.  

 

A panel discussion with representatives from different European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIHs) also took place to discuss how Digital Innovation Hubs can catalyse the transition to P4 Medicine through insightful discussions.



In the second part of the event, participants also had the opportunity to take part in a hybrid matchmaking session to connect with potential partners in the healthcare industry to explore collaborative projects. Participants were able to schedule matchmaking meetings remotely or physically on the B2Match platform. 


Over 100 participants registered for the Final Event from 12 countries, including representatives from health and tech organizations and companies. Also, the event featured over 65 matchmaking sessions, paving the way for promising international collaborations in digital health.



About the DIHsP4_Medicine Project 


The DIHsP4_Medicine project aims to establish a collaborative action plan between DIHs across Europe to promote and facilitate the integration of digital technologies in healthcare to support a paradigm shift towards P4 medicine based on prevention, prediction, personalisation and participation. 



Disclaimer: DIHs_P4Medicine project is Funded by the European Union under the Grant Agreement nr. 101070719. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them. 

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