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Results of the Health-2-Market projects are available to download below:

Report on policy
The present document aims at giving an overview of the different lessons learnt throughout the project from the first step, which was the training needs analysis, to the implementation of seminars, academies, advanced services and e-learning modules, and to the final conference of the project.
In this deliverable, the Health-2-Market e-newsletters (6 issues in total) are presented. The e-newsletters contained information and news about project activities and results, upcoming events and news from other relevant projects/ initiatives as well as from the EC and were dispatched to a significant number of recipients representing all Health-2-Market target audiences.
Report about academies
The present document, Report About Academies Delivery, contains the summary of the training academies organized during the Health-2-Market project. It describes procedures and lists the academies held, underlines outcomes, lessons learnt and makes recommendations for future activities.
Report about seminars
The present document, Report about Regional Training Seminars, contains the summary of the training seminars organized during the Health-2-Market project. It describes procedures and lists the seminars conducted, underlines outcomes, lessons learnt and makes recommendations for future activities.
Report on Helpdesk operation
This document describes helpdesk function in Health-2-Market project, including the concept and deployment. The document covers the questions asked through helpdesk function as well as feedback provided to the participants. The document ends with conclusions related to setting up the helpdesk function within the project.
Report on implementation of e-training
This document describes the overall implementation of the Health-2-Market e-training by introducing the main steps, the results of the pilot period, the achievements of the deployments phase as well as final user statistics. This report provides a detailed description of the sustainability plan and the new tools that have been developed such as the Health-2.Market mobile application and the MOOC on Entrepreneurship and Business Planning.
Curriculum for topic-specific seminars
Curriculum for highly intensive academies
Pool of Innovation Coaches
Report on selection process with information on technologies mature enough for fostering
The report discusses status, contents, application and selection procedures for the advanced services in the Health-2-Market CSA project.
Implementation plan on deployment of regional and European training actions
This document explores the deployment of regional (seminars) and European (academies) training actions by understanding the target group profile, training topics, training coaches, implementation plan and marketing & communication efforts needed to assure the best possible outcome of the project.
Recommended Training Concept and Programme
This document describes the Health-2-Market training concept and programme. In this regard, it integrates the inputs from three sources (partners, survey and Training Needs Analysis, Round tables). Finally, it briefly discusses some specific issues related to the training (e.g., general training topics, dates).
Training Needs Analysis
The present document aims at giving a clear view on:
  1. the target groups to be addressed by the Health-2-Market training (definition of homogeneous clusters)
  2. their experience and skills related to entrepreneurship and commercial exploitation of research results
  3. their perception of obstacles and risks for becoming an entrepreneur
  4. the skills gap to be covered through trainings
  5. their expressed training needs
The TNA is based on 4 complementary sources of information on health / life science researchers' training needs: a bibliographic analysis, several qualitative interviews, an online survey and expert roundtable discussions. It will be the basis for the development of a concrete training offer.
Focus Group (Roundtables) Report
The present deliverable concerns the reporting of the two Focus Groups (Roundtables) organised by the Health-2-Market project (Brussels, February 25th and 26th, 2013) to validate the findings of the Draft Training Needs Analysis report.
Survey result realted to business/entrepreneurship training
The consortium launched an online survey targeted at health researchers who have been involved in EU research projects. The objective of the survey was to identify user groups and analyze the needs of these groups with regard to business/entrepreneurship training. 637 respondents completed the survey in full and the analysis was based solely on these samples. The result of the survey analysis is available to download here.
E-training curriculum concept
This document describes the e-training curriculum concept of the Health-2-Market project. It focuses on the two different forms of the e-training (standalone versus supplementary), and it covers the issues of its objectives, its topics, its target groups, and its tools, as well as how they are connected to each other.
Definition of e-training infrastructure
This document describes the infrastructure plan of the Health-2-Market e-training that will provide standalone services as well as supplement the face-to-face trainings. It covers the description of the planned platform, provided services, teaching tools, monitoring and schedule of implementation.
Project web-portal
This document describes the concept, structure and functions of the Health-2-Market website. It consists of the current status of the launched website structure, available information and services, website use monitoring data and activities as well as the future website development plans.
Set of case studies
This document describes the Health-2-Market case studies development process, including the concept, the types of case studies developed and their use. It also provides all the set of case studies which were deployed during the project. 19 case studies were developed, used in seminars and/or academies and made available on the project’s e-learning platform. Furthermore, 9 were transformed into interactive material for the e-learning platform.