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IHI Call Days – 12-15 December 2022 e 18-19 January 2023

The Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) will launch call 3 and call 4 in December 2022 and January 2023, respectively.
The aim of the IHI Call Days is to provide potential applicants with the information they need to put together a strong proposal, and give them the opportunity to identify and meet partners for their consortia.

The main activities of the Call Days will be as follows:

Call 3 (single-stage) – Call Days 12-15 December 2022

  • Info sessions on the rules and procedures and financial part of the proposal
  • Info sessions on the call topics
  • Matchmaking sessions per call topic
  • Pitching sessions per call topic

Call 4 (two stage) – Call Days 18-19 January 2023

  • Info session on the rules and procedures
  • Info sessions on the call topics

Draft call topics

You can view the draft call topics on the future opportunities page of the IHI website.

Who should participate?

Any organisation eligible to participate in IHI calls for proposals! This includes (but isn’t limited to) large companies in the pharmaceutical, medical device, digital, and biotech sectors; small and medium-sized companies (SMEs); mid-sized companies; universities; patient organisations; medicines regulators; health technology assessment (HTA) bodies; payers, and more

Why participate?

  • Get all the information you need to apply to be part of the very first IHI projects.
  • Build your own agenda
  • Identify and meet potential consortium partners via the brokerage meetings, pitching sessions and during informal networking opportunities such as the lunch and coffee breaks. If you are a consortium leader, this will help you to find specialised and qualified teams or experts to complete your consortium. If you want to join a consortium as a partner, the event will help you to find a suitable project coordinators/partners who may be interested in what you can bring to a consortium.

Registration is free but it is mandatory.



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