The “Share4Brain” project aims to follow the example of European countries by uniting patients, caregivers, brain researchers, scientists, clinicians at a national level and by providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to promote brain research and raise awareness about the societal impact of brain disorders.
Representatives of the above groups will meet on multiple occasions during the lifecycle of the project in order to share good practices, exchange perspectives on effective advocacy strategies and learn how to engage with decision-makers at national and EU levels.
Latest Good Practices published
Document communicated by Roland Pochet, Belgium Brain Council Public engagement highlights Annual overview of the involvement of patients and healthcare professionals in the work of the European Medicines Agency (EMA)
Two documents communicated by the Prof. Pavle Andjus, PhD, Serbian Brain CouncilTen priorities for national brain and mental health plansNational Brain CouncilsCommon challenges and regional cooperation
It aims to follow the example of Norway by uniting patients, brain researchers, scientists, clinicians and carers at national level and providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to promote brain research and raise awareness about the societal impact of...