This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and innovation Program.
The STAMINA project aims to assist first responders and national planners in the preparedness and response phases of pandemic management, by providing improved decision-making technology to pandemic crisis management practitioners at a regional, national, and European level throughout five main objectives:
- Create a set of guidelines and best practices to improve preparedness and response.
- Provide stakeholders with novel, easy-to-use software tools that complement EU-level systems.
- Increase diagnostic capability.
- Improve cooperation between and within the EU Member States and neighboring countries.
- Ensure the sustainability of the STAMINA solution.
The STAMINA consortium includes a wide variety of first responders (such as national planners) as the end-users of the produced toolset. Additionally, it relies heavily on iterative collaboration with the various STAMINA solution providers.
Project partners have worked closely since the beginning of the project, in order to define the main crisis management issues arising in emergency pandemic frameworks of 12 different countries (also hosts to the trials executed throughout the project’s duration): Austria, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Lithuania, Netherlands, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and UK