EUROPEAN HEALTH STAKEHOLDERS NETWORK

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Location : Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London
Date : 2015-10-08
Detail : Negative body image is now the biggest single worry for millions of children and young people, with children as young as five now worrying about how they look. Research shows that one in five primary school aged girls say they have been on a diet, while 87% of girls aged 11-21 think that women are judged more on their appearance than on their ability. While poor body image disproportionately affects women, body confidence affects men too with one-third of boys having been on a diet to change their body shape. This timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to assess the progress made in addressing negative body image among young people and consider what more can be done to achieve a coordinated approach to promote body confidence. ... Read More [+]
Location : Brussels, Belgium
Date : 2015-10-21
Detail : According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), sexual and reproductive health can be defined as a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality and the reproductive system. It implies a positive and respectful approach to sexuality with the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences as well as the capability to reproduce and engage in healthy relationships without experiencing coercion, discrimination or violence. This timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to discuss different strategies aimed at improving young people’s access to information, contraception and advice services. ... Read More [+]
Location : Grange Wellington Hotel, London
Date : 2015-10-22
Detail : With over 11,500 community pharmacies across England and approximately 438m visits annually, pharmacy is the third largest health profession within the NHS. Being an integral feature of the healthcare sector, community pharmacies are a gateway to health for 1.6m patients each day playing an expanding role in improving public health and reducing health inequalities. Recent evidence illustrates that common ailments (eg. coughs, sore throats) cost the NHS an extra £1.1b a year, when patients are treated to Emergency Departments or GPs rather than at community pharmacies (‘Community Pharmacy Management of Minor Illness’, Pharmacy Research UK – January 2014). This timely symposium provides an invaluable opportunity for key stakeholders to examine how pharmacies can deliver improved, cost-effective outcomes in primary care services.... Read More [+]
Location : London, UK
Date : 2015-11-23
Detail : Strategic health planning is a vital policy priority for sustainable development in any context. This programme will examine the international, national and local pressures on health systems, the role of civil society in provision and the design of strategies to develop efficient, affordable and equitable health structures. Participants will work with leading experts to analyse and debate key topics such as health financing, gender and how to use technology to improve health outcomes.... Read More [+]
Location : Brussels, Belgium
Date : 2016-01-26
Detail : Prostate cancer (PCa) is the second leading cause of cancer death in men in Europe. The incidence of prostate cancer has increased considerably over the last two decades and continued growth is expected, due to an aging population. This continued high prevalence will place even greater burden on healthcare services and expenditure, throughout Europe, over the coming years. At this Roundtable, participants will hear from high level EU health officials and leading oncology experts, offering a variety of perspectives and recommendations, through a series of presentations, seminars, case studies and open discussions.... Read More [+]