The CHERRIES project will support Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) policy experiments in the healthcare sector in three European territories – in Murcia (ES), Örebro (SE) and the Republic of Cyprus (CY). The CHERRIES experiments address opportunities and challenges associated with the role of demand at the crossroads of challenge-oriented, economy-enhancing, and sector-specific policy making within the healthcare sector, thereby addressing the SGC of health, demographic change and wellbeing. The project aims to create more open, inclusive, and self-sustaining R&I ecosystems by ensuring bottom-up involvement of all kind of citizens, irrespective of their age, gender, ethnicity and socio-economic background.
CHERRIES Territorial Mapping Reports are available online
CHERRIES engages ecosystems in South-West Europe (Murcia ES), Northern Europe (Örebro SE) and South-East Europe (Republic of Cyprus CY). The territorial preconditions and development paths are varying. While the size and population of the territories are similar, the administrative, economic, and innovation systems have major differences. What is the influence of these differences on the […]
CHERRIES Murcia | Submit your solution to the PROGRESS challenge
Murcia, in the framework of the CHERRIES project, has launched a call for digital health companies. Following the CHERRIES model, the Region of Murcia has detected 1 healthcare challenge to be solved by technology. The selected company will have the opportunity to co-create the solutions hand in hand with healthcare professionals, IoT experts and patients […]
Next event: February 15, 2021
CHERRIES Calls for Solutions in Cyprus, Murcia and Orebro
CHERRIES has launched three healthcare territorial challenges and it is now looking for innovative solutions that can tackle them according to “Responsible Innovation” processes and methods, therefore following inclusive and participatory approaches during the implementation of such solutions. CHERRIES Cyprus is calling European companies and organisations to solve the “Provision of medical services to the Cypriot […]