Participants looking for partners will have a unique opportunity to present their organisations and ideas and/or expertise for project proposals in front of the audience in the form of a brief oral presentation (5 minutes max. and only one presentation per entity/lab or proposal idea).
For the presentation during the oral session please use this TEMPLATE with recommendations included.
Please note that:
Due to time constraints, the selection criteria will follow the next order or preference:
1. Project ideas linked to specific topics (coordinator looking for partners)
2. Expertise offer linked to specific topics (priority to widening countries* then first come first served basis). *List of widening countries
3. General expertise offer
Presentation order during the event will be in accordance to the date of reception of the final version of PowerPoint presentation and not the date of registration.
In order to help you to prepare better your pitch, at this LINK you can find a basic guideline with some suggestions and tips.
Deadline to submit your presentation: 30 April 2023
Please send your presentation in PPT format (using the TEMPLATE) with the following subject: Pitches Health&SSH BE – Name of the organisation to
4. Federico Baldisseri, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy : HORIZON-HLTH-2024-STAYHLTH-01-02-two stage: Towards a holistic support to children and adolescents’ health and care provisions in an increasingly digital society
6. Ayça Araci, Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Turkey : HORIZON-HLTH-2024-STAYHLTH-01-02-two stage: Towards a holistic support to children and adolescents’ health and care provisions in an increasingly digital society
7. Marco Roman, University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, Italy : HORIZON-HLTH-2024-ENVHLTH-02-06-two-stage: The role of environmental pollution in non communicable diseases : air, noise and light and hazardous waste pollution
9. Barbara Remberk, Institute of Psychatry and Neurology, Poland : HORIZON-HLTH-2024-STAYHLTH-01-02-two stage : Personalised prevention of noncommunicable diseases addressing areas of unmet needs using multiple data sources