More impact of health research on people with brain diseases

The EU-funded MULTI-ACT project aims to increase the impact of health research on people with brain diseases. It will create and implement a new model allowing for the effective cooperation of all relevant stakeholders. This will be applicable in defining the scope of health research as well as new metrics for the evaluation of its results.

The MULTI-ACT project will work with patients and patient organizations, academics, private and public stakeholders to develop brand new tools to assess the value of research.

The project started on 1 May 2018 and will continue for three years. It has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Grant Agreement No. 787570

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BLOG     18 | 04 | 2019
What is co-accountability and why is it important for multi-stakeholder initiatives?

Traditional forms of accountability and accounting are primarily addressed to the shareholders (or owners), who are rational economic actors with interest in the economic and financial dimension …

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NEWS     06 | 03 | 2019
MULTI-ACT CSEAR Seminar on Post-Normal Science Held Today

Today, the University of Trento and the University of Burgos, in partnership with MULTI-ACT and CSEAR, hold a full day seminar (and webinar) on post-normal science. The aim of this joint …

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EVENTS     04 | 02 | 2019
EMSP Annual Conference 2019

The Annual EMSP Conference 2019 will be held under the theme Digital Health in MS Management in Vilnius, Lithuania from 9 to 11 May 2019. PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS Latest …

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SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION

Italian Multiple Sclerosis Society Foundation
Paola Zaratin
multi-act@aism.it

PROJECT DISSEMINATION

European Brain Council
multiact@braincouncil.eu

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