Posts Tagged: Health

Supporting Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – MAFEIP tool

Open Evidence in partnership with Empirica have been awarded a service contract with the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT) for procuring support services for the management and utilization of the Monitoring and Assessment Framework for the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing – MAFEIP tool. The tool aims… Read more »

Publication of the article “International health IT benchmarking: learning from cross-country comparisons”

We are glad to announce that the article “International health IT benchmarking: learning from cross-country comparisons” co-authored by Francisco Lupiáñez and Cristiano Codagnone from Open Evidence has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association and is ready for download. The objective of the study is to pilot benchmark measures of health information and… Read more »

Publication of Case Study Reports on Integrated Care conducted by Open Evidence

The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre has published seven out of 16 Case Study Reports on Integrated Care conducted by Open Evidence. These cases were analysed using a methodological framework developed with Open Evidence researchers. The framework devises an approach for the selection and development of case studies on ICT-enabled integrated care services, and provides the… Read more »

Open Evidence participates in the study on “European Union Low Emitting cars” (EULES)

Road transport is one of the main sources of air pollution. Cars alone are responsible for around 12% of total EU emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), the main greenhouse gas. In order to help consumers purchase less polluting vehicles, the European Commission is considering a voluntary emission standard. It should also encourage manufactures to produce… Read more »

Study on tobacco labelling and packaging

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The overall aim of the study was to test – in experimental settings – the effectiveness of new labelling and packaging options for tobacco products using both behavioural and self-reported measures.