Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) on Personalized Prevention

The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for Personalized Prevention will be developed to support the implementation of innovative, sustainable and effective personalized programmes to prevent common chronic diseases. The PROPHET approach is centred around stakeholder engagement and the SRIA co-creation process relates to three main strands of activities: Mapping, Assessment, and Building.

Mapping

The mapping activities will provide inputs to the SRIA development by identifying main concepts, main research and innovation orientations, key priority areas for Personalized Prevention adoption in the health systems as well as main gaps and bottlenecks to overcome.

Assessment

To design a holistic framework (the PROPHET Framework) that will include all the necessary aspects to appraise Personalized Prevention approaches and their adoption by Public Health Authorities

Building

The SRIA and the results of the Mapping and Assessment strand will provide inputs to support the implementation of the Building strand activities, that include:

– Different implementation scenarios of Personalized Prevention approaches in the health system will be modelled
– Based on the output of the modelling analysis, we will design Action plans in different settings across 4 Countries (Finland, Estonia, the Netherlands and Italy) with different healthcare systems (governmental, private and mixed).
– Raising awareness Campaigns targeted to Citizen/Patient as well as Capacity Building activities/tools towards Public Authorities and Policy Makers will be developed.

The first version of the SRIA will be available in the second half of 2024, open for public consultation.

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