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Demonstration of intelligence decision support for pandemic crisis prediction and management within and across European borders.

“Demonstration of intelligent decision support for pandemic crisis prediction and management within and across European borders” is a two-year research and innovation project funded by the EU under the Horizon 2020 programme.

The project, which started on September 2020, concentrates on pandemics management. This includes developing tools for predictive modeling of pandemic outbreaks, along with early warning functionalities and decision support. To assist preparedness, a crisis simulation tool will be developed, defining the roles and responsibilities of key actors, and implementing different training scenarios. Real-time web and social media analytics will help capturing societal feelings and reactions, raising awareness and increasing public trust in public health institutions and government authorities. Smart wearable diagnostic devices will be used for first line screening and monitoring. All information will be fed to a Common Operational Picture (COP) platform, as the main interface for real-time situation assessment and coordinated response of the involved actors. The STAMINA toolset will be accompanied by a set of guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organizational preparedness and response plans.

The use of the STAMINA methods and tools will be demonstrated through 12 national and regional small-scale demonstrators and one large-scale cross-border simulation exercise involving all consortium partners.

 

09/2020 - 08/2022

Project duration

11,020,801.25€

Overall Budget

SU-DRS05-2019

Topic

Impact

STAMINA develops an intelligent decision support toolset for pandemic prediction and management and demonstrates its use by practitioners at national and regional levels within and across EU borders. The STAMINA toolset enables national planners and first responders to anticipate and respond to the “known-unknowns” in their daily effort to enhance health security. Expected results are:

• Smart wearable diagnostic devices
• Tools for predictive modeling of pandemic outbreaks with early warning functionalities and decision support
• A crisis simulation and training tool
• A Common Operational Picture (COP) platform
• Real-time web and social media analytics related to pandemics
• A set of guidelines on effective implementation of risk communication principles and best practices in cross-organizational preparedness and response plans

CRISISPLAN (Νetherlands)

INTRASOFT INTERNATIONAL S.A (Luxembourg)

SQUAREDEV (Belgium)

SATWAYS LTD (Greece)

TRILATERAL RESEARCH LTD (UK)

EE VIOPLIROFORIKIS KAI YPOLOGISTON EPISTIMON (Greece)

EIGEN VERMOGEN VAN HET INSTITUUT VOOR LANDBOUW- EN VISSERIJONDERZOEK (Belgium)

MCS DATA LABS GMBH (Deutschland)

INNOSYSTEMS (Greece)

Partners

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY LONDON (UK)

INSTITUTO PER L’INTERSCAMBIO SCIENTIFICO (Italy)

WESTFALISCHE WILHELMS-UNIVERSITAT MUNSTER (DEUTSCHLAND)

UNIVERZA V MARIBORU (Slovenia)

BYS GRUP (Turkey)

TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM ENERGY SECURITY (Czech Republic)

INSTITUT PASTEUR DE TUNIS (Tunisia)

BEIA CONSULT INTERNATIONAL SRL (Romania)

ERASMUS UNIVERSITAIR MEDISCH CENTRUM ROTTERDAM (Netherlands)

ASSISTANCE PUBLIQUE – HOPITAUX DE PARIS (France)

ZD DR. ADOLFA DROLCA MARIBOR (Slovenia)

JOHANNITER OSTERREICH AUSBILDUNG UND FORSCHUNG GEMEINNUTZIGE GMBH (Austria)

CRUZ ROJA ESPANOLA (Spain)

RED CROSS DISTRICT 5 BUCHAREST (Romania)

NATIONAL KAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS (Greece)

FUNDACION VALENCIAPORT (Spain)

AYUNTAMIENTO DE VALENCIA (Spain)

NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANIZATION (Greece)

NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER (Lithuania)

MINISTRY OF HEALTH, GREECE (Greece)

MINISTRY OF HEALTH, TURKEY (Turkey)

NATIONAL OBSERVATORY OF NEW AND EMERGING DISEASES (Tunisia)

PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND (UK)

MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC (Czech Republic)

INSTITUTE OF VIROLOGY STEFAN S. NICOLAU (Romania)

 

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