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Table 4 Good practices of the EIP on AHA Commitments for Action on chronic respiratory diseases

From: Scaling up strategies of the chronic respiratory disease programme of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (Action Plan B3: Area 5)

  Activity   Expertise
MACVIA-LR (Languedoc Roussillon) AIRWAYS ICPs
Noncommunicable Diseases global approach of multimorbidity
Frailty and chronic respiratory disease, a social approach
See Table 2 Founder of AIRWAYS ICPs
Uniform definition of Noncommunicable Diseases severity and control with implementation in rural remote areas and rheumatology
Definition of AHA and implementation at the social level with the French national retirement fund (CARSAT)
ICT solution for rhinitis and asthma
EUROBIOMED is the catalyst of the health sector in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and Languedoc-Roussillon regions. We provide resources and initiatives to help life science companies achieve their business goals and improve life through innovations in health
Finland Finnish asthma, COPD and allergy plans [3941] Finnish plans for asthma [40], allergy [41] and COPD [39] are the prototypes of national plans for chronic respiratory diseases globally [42]
Norway Deployment of the Finnish allergy plan to Norwegian regions [43] Deployment of the Finnish allergy plan to all the regions of Norway. This expertise can be used to deploy national plans to regions
A European generic platform to reduce the allergy burden was created based upon the Finnish Asthma and Allergy plan
Poland Senioral policy of Poland following the EIP on AHA recommendations including the 2011 EU Council recommendations [7, 8]
[33, 44]
The Commitment for Action of Poland was the initiator of the EU Council policy on chronic respiratory disease in children [7] and further developed the senioral policy of Poland which follows the EIP on AHA proposals. This seems to be the first AHA national project
Portugal National coordination and national plan for all chronic respiratory diseases [45] The national coordination is led by the Directorate General of Health and includes all stakeholders required for a national plan which is deployed in the regions. The plan follows the Portuguese National Programme for Respiratory Diseases (PNDR)
Turkey National coordination and
Role of the chronic respiratory disease action plan on the ministerial Noncommunicable Diseases action plan
[46, 47] The first national coordination of GARD including the Ministry of Health, WHO national office and major societies. Extremely successful programme with all public and private stakeholders of a country. Excellent example for scale up strategy