Publicador de contenidos


BRidging Information and Data Generation for Evidence-based Health Policy and Research (BRIDGE-Health). Proyecto INMA

Martine Vrijheid (ISGlobal)
European Comission
BRIDGE-Health (BRidging Information and Data Generation for Evidence-based Health Policy and Research) aims to create European health information (EU-HI) and data generation networks covering major EU health policy areas. The network uses comprehensive experience and assures a knowledge transfer from past health and research frameworks. The aim is to work towards a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable EU-HI supporting evidence-based health policy and research for the EU and Member States by providing blueprints and/or concepts of building blocks for a future EU-HI research infrastructure consortium (ERIC-HI). The project bridges key EU projects in domains of population and health system monitoring and indicator development, health examination surveys, environment and health, population injury and disease registries, clinical and administrative health data collection systems and methods of health system monitoring and evaluation. The project aims to: 1) enhance the transferability of health information and data for policy and improve the utility and use of data and indicators for stakeholders in policy making, public health surveillance and health care 2) reduce health information inequality within the EU and within MS 3) develop a blueprint for a sustainable and integrated EU Health information system by developing common methods for a) standardising the collection and exchange of health information within and between domains, between MS, including e-health platforms b) ensuring data quality, including procedures for internal and external validation of health indicators c) undertaking priority setting exercises for health information, d) addressing ethical and legal issues associated with the collection and use of health data within MS and the EU. Coordination, dialogue and interaction with DG-SANCO, the Expert Group on Health Information, Eurostat, DG Research and other DGs ensure the sustainability of the work and bridges to a future ERIC-HI.

Nuestro equipo

Investigador principal (IP)

  • Martine Vrijheid
    Martine Vrijheid Research Professor y directora del Programa de Medio ambiente y salud a lo largo de la vida

Equipo ISGlobal

  • Maria Isabel Casas Sanahuja
    Maria Isabel Casas Sanahuja

Otros proyectos

Ver proyectos pasados


Estudio multi-caso control poblacional, incluyendo tumores de alta incidencia en España


Novel tools for integrating early-life environmental exposures and child health across Europe


Early Genetics Growth/Early Genetics and Lifecourse Epidemiology


Pregnancy and Childhood Epigenetics


Early-life stressors and LifeCycle health


Network on the Coordination and Harmonisation of European Occupational Cohorts


Health effects of cArdiac fluoRoscopy and mOdern radIotherapy in paediatriCs


Connecting digital mobility assessment to clinical outcomes for regulatory and clinical endorsement


Signs of Early Adaptation to Climate Change


Cohorte Covid-19 en Cataluña


Advancing Tools for Human Early Lifecourse Exposome Research and Translation


Cohorte de COVID-19 en España: dinámica social, salud mental y desigualdades


A federated FAIR platform enabling large-scale analysis of high-value cohort data connecting Europe and Canada in personalized health


An integrative strategy of testing systems for identification of EDs related to metabolic disorders


EXposome Powered tools for healthy living in urbAN SEttings


Actionable eUropean ROadmap for early-life health Risk Assessment of micro- and nanoplastics


Fine Particle Matter, Fetal Growth, and Neurodevelopment: Examining Critical Windows of Susceptibility


Pre-natal exposure to urban AIR pollution and pre- and post-Natal Brain development


The role of seafood and nut consumption on human neurodevelopment from pregnancy to adolescence


Urban and social environment and childhood obesity – a natural moving2health experiment


In-Depth Genomics and Cross-Omics Analysis for Undiagnosed Rare Diseases on a User-Friendly Collaborative Platform


An Exposome Approach to Urban Health: Individualized Environmental Exposure Assessment in an Adults Population Cohort Study (GCAT)


Digital Twins Enabled Indoor Air Quality Management for Healthy Living


The Urban Burden of Disease Estimation for POLICY Making


Combining Artificial Intelligence and smart sensing TOward better management and improved quality of LIFE in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease


Drinking Water in Barcelona: Sustainability and Health Impact Assessment


Exposome Project for Health and Occupational Research