Empowering patients for a better health

By |november 19th, 2019|Event Report, healthcare services, HIV/AIDS, News, patients, people-centred healthcare, sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis|

Concepts like the multisectoral approach and people-centred health services are turning the healthcare sector upside down, putting people back at the core and breaking silos for implementing cross-sectoral policies.

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People-centred healthcare arrives at the European Parliament

By |november 19th, 2019|HIV, Infectious Diseases, Juozas Olekas, Lidia Pereira, News, patients, sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis|

A different approach to healthcare looping around health needs and expectations of people rather than diseases was touched in an event at the European Parliament, where participants and speakers called for more patient empowerment in the EU health agenda.

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Global health research – a chance for Moedas to shape his legacy

By |september 20th, 2018|EU budget 2021-2027, global health, HIV/AIDS, Infectious Diseases, malaria, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News, tuberculosis|

Lawmakers must take the chance to strengthen the EU's investment in treatments for poverty related diseases and make the EU a hub for research excellence, writes José Inácio Faria MEP.

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Horizon Europe – A global health prescription for the EU

By |julij 17th, 2018|AIDS, Clinical trials, diseases, Horizon Europe, News, research and innovation, tuberculosis|

EU research and innovation ministers need to increase funding for Horizon Europe and show they are serious about combating poverty-related diseases, says Cécile Vernant.

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Health and vaccine research set to lose out from new EU research budget

By |junij 7th, 2018|Carlos Moedas, global health, HIV/AIDS, medical research, News, tuberculosis, vaccines|

The European Commission may be planning to hike spending for its flagship research programme, but health and scientific research, particularly into new vaccines, was not one of the winners from the proposal announced on Thursday (7 June).

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