European Union funds groundbreaking research into psychedelic therapy A European consortium of 19 partners has been awarded over €6.5M by the European Union to study psilocybin to treat psychological distress in people with progressive incurable illnesses requiring palliative care. This is the first time the EU has funded a multi-site clinical study into psychedelic-assisted therapy. […]
13 organisations from seven European countries have received 7.55 million euros of funding from the European Commission’s Horizon Europe programme to launch a large-scale project, EU PAL-COPD, to advance the integration of palliative care in the treatment routine of people with advanced Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in different healthcare systems in Europe. Coordinated by
The School of Nursing and Midwifery (University College Cork) is seeking a dynamic candidate for the position of Senior Research Co-ordinator. The role involves managing and implementing a dementia palliative care research program as part of a €7.5 million Horizon Europe-funded project.