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EMIF Platform EHR Video

This animation provides an overview of a service approach from the IMI project with EHR-derived, population data

Published 02/05/2015 - 09:18

EMIF Platform Cohort Data Video

This video provides an overview of a service approach from the IMI project with cohort-derived data

Published 02/05/2015 - 09:18

Recent news

EMIF held its final general assembly meeting and hosted the public symposium “Liberating Evidence from European Health Data”. 

As the end of the project is approaching quickly, EMIF held its final general assembly meeting at Hotel Bloom, Brussels, Belgium (BE) on April 16 – 17, 2018. In addition, a public symposium on “Liberating Evidence from European Health Data” was hosted on April 18.

During the final general assembly meeting, EMIF partners showed the many technological advancements, the tools that have been built and the cutting-edge research that was done in the field of Alzheimer’s disease and metabolic complications of obesity. Additionally, discussions about legacy, sustainability and possible future opportunities led to insights which may be helpful in future IMI projects.

During the public symposium, presentations and discussions covered a broad range of topics linked to the (re)use of health data, such as its benefits and challenges, patient involvement, the legal and ethical concerns and the future of the European healthcare ecosystem. With over 110 participants, EMIF brought together stakeholders from many other EU health data consortia, representatives from IMI, EMA, the European Patient’s Organization and others.

Update: The final meeting report can be found here.

28th Alzheimer Europe Conference

28th Alzheimer Europe Conference "Making dementia a European priority" in Barcelona, Spain, 29 - 31 October 2018

Alzheimer Europe, CEAFA and Fundación Alzheimer España are calling for abstracts for the upcoming 28th Alzheimer Europe Conference. 


Abstracts for oral and poster presentations in English are welcome in the following categories: ‚Äč

  • Policies and strategies: Dementia strategies, Awareness campaigns, Cost/funding of dementia research and care, Global and European collaborations on dementia
  • Care approaches: Art and dementia, Addressing behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia, Palliative care, Assistive technologies
  • Care services: Home care, Acute and hospital care, Day care and respite care, Nursing home care
  • Rights and dementia-friendly society: Involving people with dementia, Disability and human rights approaches, Dementia-friendly initiatives, Consent and decision-making
  • Genetics, prevention and treatment: Genetics, Modifiable risk factors and prevention, Nutrition, Pharmacological treatment


The call for abstracts closed on 30 April 2018. Click here for more information.