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Cluster 1: Staying Healthy (2021) (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-STAYHLTH-01), 4 calls open
Calls for proposals under this destination are directed towards the Key Strategic Orientation KSO-D 'Creating a more resilient, inclusive and democratic European society' of Horizon Europe's Strategic Plan 2021-2024. Research and innovation supported under this destination should contribute to the impact area 'Good health and high-quality accessible health care' and in particular to the following expected impact, set out in the Strategic Plan for the health cluster: 'citizens of all ages stay healthy and independent in a rapidly changing society thanks to healthier lifestyles and behaviours, healthier diets, healthier environments, improved evidence-based health policies, and more effective solutions for health promotion and disease prevention'. In addition, research and innovation supported under this destination could also contribute to the following impact areas: 'High quality digital services for all', 'Sustainable food systems from farm to fork on land and sea', and 'Climate change mitigation and adaptation'.
People´s health care needs are different, depending on their age, stage of life and socio-economic background. Their physical and mental health and well-being can be influenced by their individual situation as well as the broader societal context they are living in. Furthermore, health education and behaviour are important factors. Currently, more than 790 000 deaths per year in Europe are due to risk factors such as smoking, drinking, physical inactivity, and obesity. Upbringing, income, education levels, social and gender aspects also have an impact on health risks and how disease can be prevented. Moreover, people´s health can be impacted by a rapidly changing society, making it challenging to keep pace and find its way through new technological tools and societal changes, which both are increasing demands on the individual´s resilience. In order to leave no one behind, to reduce health inequalities and to support healthy and active lives for all, it is crucial to provide suitable and tailor-made solutions, including for people with specific needs.

Under this destination the EU has published four calls for proposals that are open for admission:

1. Towards a molecular and neurobiological understanding of mental health and mental illness for the benefit of citizens and patients (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-STAYHLTH-01-02)
2. Healthy Citizens 2.0 - Supporting digital empowerment and health literacy of citizens (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-STAYHLTH-01-03)
3. A roadmap for personalised prevention (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-STAYHLTH-01-04)
4. Mobilising a network of National Contact Points (NCPs) for the Health Cluster (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-STAYHLTH-01-05)

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