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Partnership opportunity with a mental health digital project

Section: DigitalType: News Item Date Published: 17th September 2020

Opportunity for small and medium-sized enterprise to partner in the mental health digital project 'IT4Anxiety'.

INTERREG North-West Europe’s project IT4Anxiety, in partnership with NHS Western Isles, are looking to recruit new small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) as health technology partners to the project. IT4Anxiety aims to support the implementation of innovative solutions through start-ups with the objective of reducing the anxiety of patients suffering from mental health conditions. Technological innovations give new perspectives in many domains, including health. It was in this context that the IT4Anxiety project was born bringing together mental health professionals and startups, but also universities, research centers, higher education establishments and public authorities.

This opportunity comes with access to funding of up to €350,000 (co-financed 60% by the EU and 40% the SME). The project is seeking for SME’s who will be able to develop and test their e-Mental health innovations for anxiety within the project timeframe, and who can commit to developing and testing one prototype for patients to improve their well-being and recovery within the time frame of the project. For more information on what they are looking for, and how you can get involved, visit NW Europe’s website (this link will take you away from our website).

How to apply

Information on the type of companies who could join the project, the benefits of participating, and how to apply can be found on NW Europe’s website (this link will take you away from our website).

Further information on the project itself can be found on the project’s website (this link will take you away from our website).

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