SPI attended the Sisters Project Event of PERISCOPE project in Brussels, Belgium
In a remarkable showcase of collaborative efforts within the realm of pandemic response and research, Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI), leading Work Package 14 – Outreach and Dissemination in the PERISCOPE project, attended the Sister Project Event held on September 7, 2023, at the Fondation Universitaire Stichting in Brussels, Belgium.
This collaborative conference brought together a coalition of five esteemed projects: PERISCOPE, RESPOND, COVINFORM, RESISTIRÉ, and SHARE. All of these projects have received funding from the European Union’s SARS-CoV-2 grant, a vital component of the “Innovative and rapid health-related approaches to respond to COVID-19 and to deliver quick results for society for a higher level of preparedness of health systems (SC1-PHE- CORONAVIRUS-2020-2)” initiative. This initiative stands as a testament to the remarkable collaborative spirit driving research and policy recommendations aimed at navigating the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuring the preparedness of health
As the orchestrator of this pivotal gathering, SPI, represented by Consultants Andréia Santos and Diana Sousa, played a pivotal role in organizing and facilitating the event. The Sister Project Event was an unprecedented opportunity for multiple research projects to present their latest findings, with a particular emphasis on policy recommendations addressing the far-reaching effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on both health and policy responses.
systems on a global scale.
For those keen to delve deeper into the comprehensive work of the PERISCOPE project, we invite you to explore the project website at www.periscopeproject.eu