The ageing trend in Europe and the whole world is well known, countless research projects have been launched on the topic and the European Union as well gives high priority to the problem. It is important to address the societal challenge of ageing society and to demonstrate that thermalism could be, by introducing innovative cures and care solutions, a sector having a huge potential in making healthcare more efficient. Healthy lifestyle and prevention are supposed to be more and more relevant making wider the target group perspective for the territories.
Objective of the project is to improve policies aiming at supporting knowledge transfer and strengthening opportunities for open innovation in the field of preventative health and thermalism to address the societal challenge of an aging society and making healthcare more efficient.
The project also promotes interregional learning and knowledge exchange in the regions represented by the partners. The different structural support measures and good practices applied in these regions are analysed, and the aim is to find ways to improve the regulation of these measures.
Project website: https://www.interregeurope.eu/innovaspa/
The project is acting under Interreg Europe programme.
Project duration: 1 June 2018 – 30 November 2022
Total project budget: EUR 1,3 M, European regional development fund
Lithuanian Innovation Center
Organization code 110066875
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