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What are EpiCARE's projects?

EpiCARE is a European Reference Network. European Reference Networks (ERNs) are virtual networks involving healthcare providers across Europe. They aim to facilitate discussion on complex or rare diseases and conditions that require highly specialised treatment, and concentrated knowledge and resources. We will describe in more detail EpiCARE’s projects below.

This video explains what the European Reference Networks (ERN) are, and how they might support patients and health professionals to identify diagnosis or treatment. ©EuropeanUnion

The EpiCARE’s project is detailed in a work plan, work packages and delivrables. They provide a detailed project plan, the timing of the work packages and their description.

You can read more about each work package on this page.

This scheme explains the management of the project and the team.

Next, this scheme highlights how the Work packages inter-relate.
What are EpiCARE's activities

16 working groups structure the ERN EpiCARE. Five of them focus on issues related to diagnostics, and four focus on therapeutic strategies. An Epilepsy Research Council contributes to the development and follows up of epilepsy related research projects. Five transversal WP provide a strong link between the diagnosis and therapeutic modules.

The ERN EpiCARE is working on different research projects as well: EJ PRD, the ERICA project, ECET… Each project has a dedicated website page to describe it further.

To find out more about the different EpiCARE’s projects, we invite you to browse this section. If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact us using the contact form.