ESC Congress 2018

Very active and informative discussion about grants and fellowships offered by the ESC and its sub-specialty communities in 2018. #esc2018 #grants #scholarships #ESCCongress2018 #ESCCcongress #ESCCoT. — Medical Grants Pervushina&Partners (@MedicalGrantsPP) August 29, 2018  

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EIC pilot to invest €34 million in 14 innovative projects to help them enter the market faster – European Commission

Horizon 2020, the EU's research and innovation programme The European Commission will support 14 top-class projects to bring their innovations faster onto the market under the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot. Each project will receive around €2 million from the Fast Track to Innovation strand of the EIC pilot.  Horizon 2020, the EU's research and innovation programme. — Read on ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/news/eic-pilot-invest-€34-million-14-innovative-projects-help-them-enter-market-faster

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The 2018 European Guidelines on Syncope

Syncope (Guidelines on Diagnosis and Management of) The 2018 Guidelines on Syncope consist of a Full text, a  supplementary data document giving further explanation on specific points and the Web Practical Instructions, advice is given on how to evaluate patients with loss of consciousness (LOC) and how to perform and interpret tests properly; tracings, videos, flow-charts, and check lists are provided. While the Full Text is mainly aimed to give formal evidence-based recommendations according to the standardized rules of the ESC, this new supplementary data document allows expansion of the content to practical issues and aims to fill the gap between the best available scientific evidence and the need for dissemination of these concepts into clinical practice (“We have the knowledge, we need to teach it”). Read on: https://www.escardio.org/Guidelines/Clinical-Practice-Guidelines/Syncope-Guidelines-on-Diagnosis-and-Management-of

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The Right Way to Spend Your Innovation Budget: Harvard Business Review

Innovation is famously difficult — many projects end up losing money, frustrating employees, and going nowhere. And yet corporations and governments spend billions of dollars annually pursuing innovation. This huge spending would generate more value for businesses and societies if the innovation success rate were just a little higher. Is there a way to increase the success rate without spending more?  The answer in the last Harvard Business Review Read on:https://hbr.org/2018/08/the-right-way-to-spend-your-innovation-budget

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EASME Blog Contest

Executive Agency for small and medium-sized Enterprizeses (ESME) Write and publish a blog post about any EU funded project and win a 3-week training in EU communications in Brussels from 1st to 19th October! Deadline 31 August. Read on http://europa.eu/!BP66cU      

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