Announcement Of The Second Joint Transnational Call

THCS launches its second Joint Transnational Call (JTC) for proposals aiming to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services. More than 30 funding agencies participate with an indicative budget of more than 34 million €.

THCS launches its second Joint Transnational Call (JTC) for proposals aiming to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services. More than 30 funding agencies participate with an indicative budget of more than 34 million €.

Funding Opportunities

The European Partnership on Transforming Health and Care Systems (THCS) brings the opportunity to coordinate and optimize research and innovation efforts in Europe and its partner countries supporting the much-needed transformation of health and care systems.

Under this umbrella, the second Joint Transnational Call for proposals  “Innovate to Prevent: Personalized Prevention in Health and Care Services” has the ambition to improve the implementation of personalised prevention strategies in health and care services, also to make them person-centred and better adjusted to people's needs while supporting effective and appropriate use of existing IT and digital-based technologies supporting prevention strategies in health and care services.

In particular, the Call aims to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services, as well as existing and emerging data. The ultimate goal is to improve health and care system dimensions such as quality, efficiency, equity, and sustainability. Improving the quality of preventive services will lead to improving the quality of life of citizens and patients, as well as reducing the burden and costs for the entirety of health and care services.

Timeline and Deadlines

February 12, 2024

Pre-announcement of the Innovate to Prevent call

February 23, 2024

Publication of the call

15:00-16:30 CET March 12, 2024

JTC 2024 Information Webinar

April 16, 2024  (14:00 CEST)

Deadline for obligatory Intent to Apply submission

May 14, 2024  (14:00 CEST)

Deadline for proposal submission

August 26, 2024

Deadline for coordinators to send their rebuttal letters

September 9-11, 2024

PRP Meeting

September 16-27, 2024

Ethical Evaluation of the selected proposals

October 2024

Final funding recommendation announced to applicants

End of 2024/early 2025

Expected scientific start of funded projects

Information and application

The Intent to Apply and the Proposal must be submitted through the online submission platform.

Access the online submission platform.

Call webinars

THCS will offer an information webinar to introduce the JTC 2024 on Tuesday 12 of March (15:00-16:30 CET). Please check the website and social media for more information.

The THCS Call Secretariat will be available to answer applicants' questions. This is also a great opportunity for you to connect with regional/national applicants and provide further guidance on your regional/national eligibility criteria.

Partners search

If you are interested in participating in the Call and you would like to search for potential partners, please find the dedicated Partner Search Tool. The partnering tool helps you to find cooperation possibilities and can be used in the following ways:

  • Post a Partner Offer/Request
  • Search List of Partner Offers/Requests posted by others

Further information:

In case you have questions about the national/regional eligibility criteria, please contact your national contact person.

For other questions you can contact the Joint Call Secretariat: THCS@zonmw.nl

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THCS will launch  its second Joint Transnational Call for proposals aiming to support the implementation of innovative person-centred health and care models addressing prevention strategies, with the key help of existing IT and digital technologies and services.