Author: EHMA Team

Update on Health Policy Platform: Profiling the European Health Workforce of Tomorrow

Two health networks have joined forces in order to address the needs of the health workers of the future. Together with Health First Europe, EHMA will lead the 2020 European Commission Health Policy Platform Thematic Network on Profiling and Training

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The von der Leyen Commission: “Striving more at home and in the world”

We are delighted to announce that we officially have a new European Commission! The new EC President, Ursula von der Leyen, has outlined her vision for the organisation’s next five years. She insisted on new, transparent and collective decision-making, as

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First-of-its kind survey reveals gaps in European healthcare workers’ knowledge and attitudes about antibiotics

A recent study by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control shed light on the widespread knowledge of healthcare professionals on antimicrobial resistance. However, it also noted that there should be more emphasis in practice regarding the prudent use

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Please fill out this MULTI-ACT survey on patient engagement in research and innovation!

We are pleased to inform you that the EU-funded MULTI-ACT project has launched a web survey for the implementation of the strategy for engaging patients in research and innovation.  The project aims to make research on multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases more effective

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Our 2019 Annual Conference Report is out!

The EHMA 2019 Annual Conference Report is out! Find detailed descriptions and main takeaways from each session, including the plenaries on “Health Management reloaded: beyond rhetoric and myths” and “How data impacts lives: towards a zero patients’ vision by 2030.”

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2019 IHF Muscat Conference  “From patient-focused to community-centred: discovering new hospital trends”

In this session organized by EHMA’s President, Prof. Federico Lega (Research and Training Center in Health Administration, Milan University), learn how hospitals can be logistically and internally designed and reconfigured to meet not just the needs of the patients, but

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You’re Invited: “Does your research impact society responsibly?”

Registration for the MULTI-ACT project’s first results event is now open! It will be held on 12th November 2019, 10:00-14:00 at the University Foundation, Rue d’Egmont 11, Brussels. This event is called “Design your sustainable multi-stakeholder initiative using MULTI-ACT” and will touch upon the

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Save the date for EHMA 2020 Annual Conference!

We are thrilled to announce that the EHMA 2020 Annual Conference will take place on 9th-11th June 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The Conference will take place at De Doelen Congress Centre and will be hosted by Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus Medical Centre and The Dutch Ministry of Defence,

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EU Health Policy thematic networks: Please vote for our proposal!

Every year, the European Health Policy Platform hosts three temporary Thematic Networks held by different stakeholders. Along with Health First Europe (HFE), EHMA has developed a joint proposal titled “Profiling and training the health care workers of the future.” Our proposal

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Book: “Everything you always wanted to know about the European Union health policies but were afraid to ask”

The European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, along with WHO Europe, published a second edition of the book “Everything you always wanted to know about the EU health policies but were afraid to ask,” delineating what the EU means for

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