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CHRODIS PLUS is a high level response from EU countries to step up together and share best practices to alleviate the burden of chronic diseases

A total of 42 beneficiaries representing 20 European countries collaborate to implement pilots and generate practical lessons in the field of chronic diseases

Joint Action period: September 2017 – August 2020

Partners showing C for CHRODIS+ at the Kick-off meeting in Vilnius.

IS PLUS

 


Addressing Chronic Diseases and Healthy Ageing across Europe

SEE HOW JA-CHRODIS CAN REDUCE
THE BURDEN OF CHRONIC DISEASES

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About the work of this
european partnership

Integration in national policies

Support Member States on the implementation of new or innovative policies and practices for empowerment, health promotion and prevention, management of chronic diseases and multimorbidity

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Health Promotion

Facilitate action on chronic diseases through health promotion and disease prevention by an overview of the current situation in European countries in terms of policies, interventions, and key stakeholders.

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Multimorbidity care model

Integrated Care Model for Multimorbidity (ICMM) developed by JA-CHRODIS assessed in practice, proving the applicability, adjusted for easier local replicability and validated across different European healthcare settings

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Prevention and care

Implementation of JA-CHRODIS Quality Criteria and Recommendation tool to improve the quality of care for people with chronic diseases

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Employment

Implementation of practices in the employment sector for people with CD: a Training Tool for employers and the employment sector

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Newsletter

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  • “Together we fight the biggest challenge posed to EU health systems” – Read how JA-CHRODIS work can be used timely in tackling the chronic disease challenge at European level in the Editorial by Xavier Prats-Monné, Director General of DG SANTE
  • Discover the 12 steps towards implementing practices to reduce the burden of chronic diseases
  • See how European and national policy makers join forces to address chronic diseases during the JA-CHRODIS final conference
  • Read about work package leaders taking stock of what they achieved in JA-CHRODIS and the steps forward

EVENTS & MEETINGS

12 Steps

12-steps_imageThe 12 Steps set out recommended actions when scaling up, transferring and implementing practices in order to reduce the burden of chronic diseases. They constitute a practical tool to inspire and guide healthcare professionals and policy makers in their work on the promotion of healthy ageing as well as prevention, management and care of chronic diseases.

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