Project Description

The RICHE project wants to establish a sustainable network for researchers, funders, policy makers, advocates and young people in Europe, to support collaboration in developing the future of child health research. It will produce an inventory of research, and reports, on gaps in research, and on roadmaps for the future of research. They will establish a unique, open, multi-lingual platform for child health research.

Abstract

The project will develop formal processes for finding gaps in research, and for making roadmaps. These processes will be used to find current gaps, and make roadmaps for the future, including for the necessary research capacity. RICHE will support the development and implementation of child health research strategies, and the use of evidence for child health action. These in turn will support innovative research, improve social policy for children, and so improve the quality of life of European children.

Project Details

Coordinator: 
Dublin City University, IE
Partners: 
Burlo Garofolo, IT
Egészség Monitor, HU
Erasmus Universitair Medisch Centrum Rotterdam, NL
Nasjonalt Folkehelseinstitut, NO
Faculdade de Motricidade Humana, PT
The Health Research Board, IE
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Neurologico Carlo Besta, IT
Inštitut za varovanje zdravja Republike Slovenije, SI
Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT
Nordiska högskolan för folkhälso-vetenskap, SE
Open Applications Consulting Ltd, IE
Reykjavik University, IS
Sosiaali- ja terveysalan tutkimusja kehittämiskeskus, FI
Tervise Arengu Instituut, EE
Masarykova Univerzita, CZ
The University of Edinburgh, UK
Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, DE
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Universitatea Babes Bolyai, RO
Universiteit Maastricht, NL
Contact: 
Prof Anthony Staines
Duration: 
01.02.2010 - 31.07.2013
Budget: 
1.5 million euro
Our Services: 
Proposal Writing
Contract Negotiations
Funding Programme: 
  • FP7-Health
Area: 
Human Health

Testimonial

Prof Anthony Staines, Dublin City University, IE

"We had 23 partners from 17 countries. Our biggest challenge was to assemble the right forms and the budgets from all our partners in good time."

Prof Anthony Staines, Dublin City University, IE