Health

The aim of the ERRIN Health Working Group is to support TWG members with anticipations, updated information, clarification and knowledge on EU level health research related issues, in order for them to function as project facilitators towards their regional stakeholders. The Health working group will function as a means to create collaboration between the members in order to develop common EU projects.

WORKING GROUP LEADER
Lucie Durocher
Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur
Henriette Hansen
South Denmark
Christina Teik Christensen
Copenhagen EU Office

Next Working Group

Health WG Meeting: Migration and health care

Wednesday, 13 June, 2018 - 09:30
Mid-Norway European Office, Avenue Palmerston 3, Brussels
This health working group meeting will focus on migrants and healthcare in the EU. In recent year, Europe has experienced a large influx of migrants. While a large number of these people have fled countries affected by war, conflict and/or economic crisis, many are in need of different types of health care. While this puts pressure on national health care systems, the Member States and the EU now need to come together to address this public health issue, in order to provide migrants with the...

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Health WG Meeting

Wednesday, 18 April, 2018 - 09:30
Wales House, Rond-point Schuman 11
This Health WG meeting will be on value based health care. Value-based health care is a new way of thinking about optimal use of resources needed. The value-based care movement involves greater recognition of what patient’s value when defining health and care outcomes. Instead of focusing on just effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of health care, we should ensure that the available resources are used for interventions that provide outcomes that patient’s value the most. This can make sure...

Health WG Meeting

Thursday, 16 November, 2017 -
09:45 to 12:30
South Denmark Office, Avenue Palmerston 3, Brussels
This health WG meeting will cover the topic 'Culture and Health', and will take place at the South Denmark EU Office on November 16. Using arts and cultural activity to promote and improve mental health wellbeing have over the past decade proved to have an impact on various mental health problems. The question is how we can best implement such activities as part of social and health care solutions. The overall financial costs of mental illness, including direct medical, as well as indirect...
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Health Working Plan 2018

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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