Fundamental steps in the development of the Czech National Hub began more systematically in 2019. Since then, the Hub has been involved in several national paediatric research projects.
One year of the no-cost extension of the c4c project has been approved by IHI (Innovative Health Initiative), so the new end date of the project is 30/04/2025.
Meet the team behind c4c! We are a diverse group of people from many different backgrounds, all working towards a common goal: better medicines for children through European clinical trials. Today’s spotlight is on Ricardo Fernandes, from the University of Lisbon and AIDFM.
We celebrate the c4c outstanding accomplishments that have emerged from the last five years of the collaboration, hard work and determination.
Have a look closer and explore our achievements
Defining how meaningful Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) is realised in practice, (especially where child and young patients are concerned) is limited partly due to the low-level reporting of the processes and outputs of PPI activities in general.
Dear Partners and Friends of conect4children,
At the end of a year which brought a lot of change and uncertainty to the world around us, we would like to reflect on c4c´s achievements of the past year and to look forward to what lies ahead in the coming months.
We recently collaborated with FAIRPlus, another IMI funded project, as part of our WP5 data harmonization and standardization tasks to look at ways to make metadata collected about clinical trials more FAIR
At the c4c General Assembly meeting, we had the opportunity to talk to members of the new c4c legal entity management team
The POLPEDNET network was established in 2017 due to initiative of Children’s Memorial Health Institute by representatives of four biggest paediatric hospitals in Poland
conect4children is pleased to announce that the fourth c4c International Multi-Stakeholder Meeting (MSM) on perinatal asphyxia was successfully held on 18th and 19th September 2023 in Rome and virtually.