The website for the EConDA project, of which IDF Europe is partner, was launched today.
EConDA (which stands for Economics of Chronic Diseases), is a collaborative project aiming at assessing and considering recommendations for integrated interventions for chronic diseases, performing an economic evaluation of the investment required, expected outcome and possibility for scaling up/transferring experiences across Europe.
The key aim of the project is to aid EU Member States to develop, select and implement more cost-effective policies to improve chronic disease prevention and impact upon populations with the highest rates of premature deaths from chronic diseases and reduce health inequalities.
EConDA is funded bythe European Commission Executive Agency for Health and Consumers.
For more information, visit www.econdaproject.eu