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Nutritious Food on the Public Agenda
18 Oct 2012 – 17:17

By Carl Fredrik Graf, Mayor, Halmstad Municipal Council and Alternate Member in the Committee of the Regions
Six of the seven biggest risk factors for premature death, relate to how we eat, drink and move. Rising …

What will happen to the National Health Service?
09 Mar 2012 – 15:10
What will happen to the National Health Service?

What will happen to the National Health Service?

Philip Sugarman MBChB MSc MBA PhD FRCPsych
Professor Sugarman is Chief Executive of St Andrew’s Healthcare, the UK’s largest charitable provider of NHS services, and honorary Senior Lecturer …

Patient Power and National Voices
09 Mar 2012 – 15:10
Patient Power and National Voices

Patient Power and National Voices
by Jules Acton, Director of Engagement, National Voices
THE mantra ‘no decision about me without me’ is all the rage here in health policy circles in England.
While the health reforms in the …

Patient Power and National Voices
09 Jan 2012 – 13:20
Patient Power and National Voices

Jules Acton, Engagement Director, National Voices
THE mantra ‘no decision about me without me’ is all the rage here in health policy circles in England.
While the health reforms are being hotly debated, there is one …

Prostate Cancer Care in the European Union The Patient`s View
10 Oct 2011 – 11:28
Prostate Cancer Care in the European Union The Patient`s View

Mr Günter Feick, Chairman Bundesverband Prostatakrebs Selbsthilfe, Bonn, Germany
Prostate cancer a stable, reliable, predictable illness is causing 60.000 men to die every year in the EU. While the suffering and sorrow is immeasurable, the …

E-Health
07 Oct 2011 – 13:24
E-Health

John Dalli, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy
Each and every European should have access to safe and good quality healthcare.
As the population grows older, the burden of chronic conditions is likely to grow …

Expanding Telehealth to Help Address the Healthcare Challenge of the 21st Century
07 Oct 2011 – 13:20
Expanding Telehealth to Help Address the Healthcare Challenge of the 21st Century

Regina Haberkorn, Marketing, Robert Bosch Healthcare, Denham, UK
An industry viewpoint
The Challenge
One of the greatest challenges facing all EU member states is the simple fact that EU citizens are living longer. An ageing population, with the …

Prostate Cancer in Europe: Screening, Treatment and Control
07 Oct 2011 – 13:15
Prostate Cancer in Europe: Screening, Treatment and Control

SANOFI’s View
Prostate cancer is on the rise
The incidence of prostate cancer has been increasing over the past decades. Although organ-confined prostate cancer can be effectively treated and in most cases even cured by surgery and/or …

Innovative E-Health Technologies and Services Can and Must Be “Part of the Solution” for Europe
07 Oct 2011 – 13:10
Innovative E-Health Technologies and Services Can and Must Be “Part of the Solution” for Europe

Herb Riband, Vice President External Affairs International, Medtronic, Chair, Eucomed Public Affairs Network
Our current healthcare delivery model is not providing sufficient value for European patients, health systems and society
European healthcare systems are facing …

Telehealth Innovations for Europe
07 Oct 2011 – 13:04
Telehealth Innovations for Europe

Josep Roca, MD, PhD, Hospital Clinic (HCPB), University of Barcelona
There is a general consensus on the urgent need for redesigning European Healthcare Systems to overcome current dysfunctions and to achieve mid-term financial sustainability. Four major …