Published February 28, 2019 | Version 6.0
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euCanSHare. Deliverable 6.1 - Project website


  • 1. Lynkeus


This deliverable reports the process of design, collective refinement and implementation of the euCanSHare project’s public website. The report offers a comprehensive overview of how the website has been structured, along with up-to-date images and infographics. The website has been designed by Lynkeus (LYN) in collaboration with the European Society of Cardiology (ESC, Leader of WP6), the Project Coordinator (PC) and Project Manager (PM). It is based on a WordPress platform with a highly interactive layout, where users will have a comprehensive general view of the project rationale and mission, workplan and implementation, consortium partners with respective roles, as well as details of the platform structure and participating cohorts; most importantly, though, it will represent the engagement and communication platform to add new cohorts to the transnational euCanSHare repository, expand its reach, data assets, and use by international researchers, all key objectives of the project. It will also serve as a point of reference for anyone interested in following the day-by-day life of the project - timely showcasing project events and presentations, publications, achievements and other updates - or getting in touch with the consortium. The website will also report all the produced dissemination material and make it available by linking to an external euCanSHare-dedicated collection (“community”) created ad hoc in Zenodo, the open-access repository developed in the context of the European OpenAIRE program and operated by CERN.
The implementation roadmap and the final outlook with up-to-date screenshots and infographics are presented. The release of the website is planned for 15 March 2019.


This deliverable has been produced in the context of the euCanSHare ("An EU-Canada joint infrastructure for next-generation multi-Study Heart research") Research and Innovation Action, funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme (grant agreement No 825903), the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé under the framework of Canada‐EU Commission Flagship Collaboration for Human data storage, integration and sharing.



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