HAIVISIO project at the eHealth Week 2015 in Riga, Latvia
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HAIVISIO project at the eHealth Week 2015 in Riga, Latvia

The 2015 eHealth Week in Riga, was a great opportunity for the HAIVISIO project to present new technics for exploitation and dissemination for H2020 during the session eHealth Week Projects Showcase session (Monday 11 May 2015).

A remarkable number of results have been generated by research and innovation projects in the domains of eHealth, Active Ageing and Independent Living. Moving towards Horizon 2020 new funding opportunities for research projects will appear and dissemination of results will be needed. The HAIVISIO project aims at helping those projects to set a common strategy for joint dissemination and exploitation activities, through the organisation of events and training courses and the facilitation of an online community.

The eHealth Week 2015 that took place in Riga (11-13 May 2015) was a great opportunity for the HAIVISIO project to present new technics for exploitation and dissemination for H2020 during the Speakers’ Corner session (Monday 11 May 2015).

The HAIVISIO consortium has developed a set of tools to offer dissemination and exploitation training to eHealth, Active Ageing and Independent Living projects to help them increase the number of collaboration cases and to significantly enhance visibility and awareness of the generated results.

Mrs Anne-Sophie Parent. Secretary General of AGE Platform Europe, presented the HAIVISIO project’s dissemination and exploitation benefits to a wide audience of the eHealth Week 2015 during the session “eHealth Week Projects Showcase” hosted by the ECHAlliance, by presenting: "HAIVISIO- New possibilities for exploiting and disseminating your results."

“I was pleased to see so many people in the audience. Particularly people who seek to connect the IT industry with those who are looking for solutions in the field of health and social care seemed to be interested in HAIVISIO, judging by the questions I had afterwards,” said Anne-Sophie Parent.

One of the most appreciated services offered by HAIVISIO is the practical training on how to enhance the impact and visibility of research and innovation projects. Projects can benefit from the HAIVISIO trainings in several ways, from preparing proposal participants for addressing dissemination objectives to a greater impact of project outcomes. This is done through the training courses which are organised periodically.

In parallel, HAIVISIO has built an eHealth community that contains project results and organisations. The eHealth projects can access this community either to promote their project results, or to establish collaborations by finding organisations.

The HAIVISIO project offers communication support and networking opportunities for projects in the areas of eHealth, active ageing and independent living. We are a team of researchers, communications professionals, business developers and healthy ageing advocates with a mission to improve the dissemination and exploitation of EU research projects.