EUcare4.0 - Health 4.0 training to boost digital transformation of EU is funded by the European Union through the Erasmus+ Programme, Action Type KA220-VET - Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training, Call 2021, Round1.


The project is being carried out by ECAM-EPMI – School of Electrical Engineering and Industrial Process Management (France) – Project Coordinator in partnership with SESCAM – GERENCIA DE ATENCIÓN INTEGRADA DE GUADALAJARA (Spain), UNIVERSIDAD CARLOS III DE MADRID (Spain), SC Ludor Engineering SRL (Romania), EFCC Estonian Fieldbus Competency Centre OÜ (Estonia) and OAMGMAMR Iasi – The Order of Nurses, Midwives and Medical Assistants (Romania), for a period of 24 months (01-11-2021 – 01-11-2023).


The main objective of EUcare4.0 project is to support the digital transformation of EU healthcare by contributing to the development of the digital skills, competences and knowledge needed for efficiently applying and using the Health 4.0 principles and underlying technologies in the mental health sector. The project will also help develop useful competencies in cases of catastrophes and pandemics. Indeed, in the current sanitary situation due to the coronavirus crisis, we can even more see the need in competencies and rapid adaptation of health services in various kinds of situations.


In order to reach out the project objective and to cater for the needs identified from the context analysis, EUcare4.0 partnership will produce an innovative VET curricula and the related course content, training guidelines, evaluation tools and certification as well as an e-Learning space that provides free and open access to training materials and relevant case-studies about Health 4.0 technologies.

The total budget of the project is 268 991 euros.

Designing of the structure and content of the publication “Introducing Health 4.0 to mental health specialists”
Designing of EUcare4.0 curricula and training modules
Designing of EUcare4.0 e-learning space, including case studies about Health 4.0, trainer guidelines, evaluation tools and certification
Development of innovative EUcare4.0 modular training components
Development of EUcare4.0 e-learning space - testing of EUcare4.0 e-learning space





Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M)


The Order of Nurses, Midwives, and Medical Assistants in Romania Iași Branch


Ludor Engineering


SESCAM: The Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara


Estonian Fieldbus Competency Centre Oy

Target groups

The primary target groups of the EUcare4.0 project are VET trainers that deliver various trainings to mental health specialists. They will benefit directly from project results and activities and will be able to gain or improve their knowledge and skills related to Health4.0.
The secondary target group are mental health specialists such as psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, and counsellors. The project meets the needs of target groups by providing them the necessary training materials and tools.
It also meets the needs of the partner organisations, which are interested in providing up-to-date services, training and consultancy related to mental health sector.

Transforming healthcare

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Multiplication event. 16 septembrie 2023

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Dissemination event, OAMGMAMR Romania

The intellectual products (results) of the EUcare4.0 Project were presented in a multiplier event. The meeting took place on July 15, 2023. The event was attended by 35 medical assistants from the health units in Iasi. We thank everyone for their involvement and participation in this event.

Dissemination event organized by UC3M

The first dissemination event of the project in Spain took place on July 13 with the participation of experts in the field of technology and education from different Spanish universities. This event served to present the main results of the project, including the platform and its contents, and to gather feedback from the participants.