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Current EAMBES Governance and the past Executives of EAMBES.
The European Society of Radiology (ESR) is a non-profit organisation, exclusively and directly dedicated to promoting and coordinating the scientific, philanthropic, intellectual and professional activities of Radiology in all European countries.
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EAMBES formally gave its support to a new EC funded project called ITECH, which kicked off at a project meeting on the 28th September 2013 in Seville (Spain), in connection to the Medicon Conference.
On the 10 April 2014, the European Commission launched a public consultation on their Green Paper on mobile health or “mHealth” to which EAMBES will give its contribute.
EAMBES and ROHDE public policy has agreed on continuing the collaboration on promotion of BME in EU policy with aim at ensuring that the specific needs of the biomedical engineering community are better understood and addressed in relevant EU policies.
The European Alliance of Medical and Biological Engineering and Science would like to invite all members to renew their membership for 2014. Invoices have already been sent out with detailed instructions on how to make the payments.
The 6th European Conference of the IFMBE announces a deadline extension for the paper submission: 5th May 2014.
March 11th was the GC meeting. The main goal for the coming year is to improve our communication. Both by more regular e-mails and news letters and here on this website.
On 11 December 2013, the European Commission has for the first time presented calls for projects under Horizon 2020. Worth more than €15 billion over the first two years, the funding is intended to help boost Europe's knowledge-driven economy, and tackle issues that will make a difference in people's lives.
With the aim of ensuring the transparency and comprehensiveness of the European Union’s health strategy, the European Commission organises an annual EU Health Policy Forum.
On 17 and 18 October 2013, health ministers and high-level officials from the World Health Organisation European Region (WHO Europe), met in Tallinn, Estonia, to follow up the developments for the Tallin Charter and to foresee new actions in light of the Health 2020 plan.