Project MAGIC are delighted to confirm the 3 successful suppliers awarded contracts for Phase 3.

About the MAGIC Project

The MAGIC project is focused on transforming the delivery of health and social care services for patients who have experienced a stroke. In response to the inability of services to keep pace with demand, MAGIC will run a European-wide PCP focused on the development of ICT based solutions that improve the well-being of our patients and optimise the opportunity for recovery post stroke.

Consortium Members

The MAGIC project consortium is being led and co-ordinated by the BSO in Northern Ireland. Other Northern Ireland participants are the Health and Social Care Board, the Public Health Agency, Invest NI and the University of Ulster. Other member states involved in the consortium are Ireland, Italy, Finland, Spain, Luxembourg and Denmark.


MAGIC Launch of Phase 3 took place on 1st October 2018. The videos for the previous phase are available.

MAGIC General Assembly

The MAGIC Project General Assembly took place on 14th November 2019 in the HSC Leadership Centre, Belfast. It was attended by representatives from across the Northern Ireland Healthcare Trusts, Business Services Organisation, Invest NI and Ulster University. Representatives from universities from across the world were also able to attend via video-conference. Presentations about the MAGIC

Kuopio Stroke Symposium – 5th – 7th June 2019

Kuopio Stroke Symposium attended by Julie-Ann Walkden, MAGIC Co-ordinator and Nicola Moran, Lead Specialist NeuroPhysiotherapist, Stroke Services, Belfast Trust to present on MAGIC PCP & patient/ clinician experience. For more information see    

MAGIC Poster wins Award at UKSF 2018

The Health and Social Care Board’s Co-ordinator of the Northern Ireland Stroke Network, Emer Hopkins, received a prestigious award at an international Stroke Conference in Telford on the 5th of December 2018. The award winning project was the EU funded Horizon 2020 MAGIC project. Mobile Assistance for Groups and Communities in Stroke. The award recognised

MAGIC Presentation at WHO Conference: Healthy Cities

Julie-Ann Walkden of the MAGIC team gave a presentation on MAGIC at the World Health Organisation’s Healthy Cities 2018 conference in the Spires, Belfast . During this presentation Julie-Ann was able to present information on SBRI, Pre-Commercial Procurement and information on MAGIC to other healthcare related professionals and inform on the different phases the project