Be the first to know about the new calls, search for ideas and partners on Health Partnering Day 2019

A unique opportunity to form successful consortia for research projects under the new calls in the Horizon 2020 work programme on Health.

On July 4 2019, academics, researchers and companies operating in the health sector will meet in Brussels with the intention to be informed about the new upcoming Horizon 2020 calls in the «Health, Demographic change and Wellbeing» work programme. Health Partnering Day 2019 is dedicated to networking and partner search for the successful formation of consortia. The event is being organised by the European Health NCP Net 2.0 project in co-operation with Enterprise Europe Network. The National Documentation Centre (EKT), National Contact Point for Horizon 2020, will support the participation of Greek entrepreneurs and researchers in the event.

The previous day, July 3 2019, the European Commission is organising an Open Information Day dedicated to the Horizon 2020 SC1 call 'Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing', focusing on the 2020 calls. Participation in this event requires separate registration.

The partner-finding event is an easy and quick way for potential candidates to get to know each other, exchange ideas and explore the possibility of forming consortia to submit proposals. Meetings are based on profiles of participants who will be invited to take part in twenty-minute meetings.

The event is open to any potential applicant eligible for funding and willing to share new project ideas, whether they are from companies, universities, research organizations or other organisations.

Why take part?

Participants can get all information needed on the upcoming Horizon 2020 calls in the « Health, Demographic change and Wellbeing » work programme.

They will also get the opportunity to present their innovative project idea, or their competence, to an international audience and discover other participants’ solutions and technologies.

They can even meet potential partners from Europe and beyond and start building their consortium.

Interested parties are invited to register online until 31 May 2019.

Participation in the event is free, but travel expenses must be paid by the participants. Priority will be given to proposals submitted by entrepreneurs and research organisations with recognised experience. For more information you can contact the National Documentation Centre (Dr. Cristina Pascual, tel.: 210 7273920, e-mail:

EKT is National Contact Point for Horizon 2020 calls of the health sector. It covers all stages of the research project, from preparation of a proposal to implementation and exploitation of research results. EKT’s services include: Information and Advisory Services, Helpdesk, Development and Handling of informational material, Organisation of events and seminars, Partner search for joint ventures and the publication of statistical data and performance indicators., with information from ΕΚΤ, European Commission