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New database on health care resources»  who.int

How many dentists are practising in the WHO European Region? What is the availability of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) units across Europe? The new European database on human and technical resourc[...]

2013 Membership Survey: Now available! »  uicc.org

Please complete before 26 September! The UICC Membership Survey has been designed to better understand your priorities and views on what we do on your behalf. The results will help guide us in our wo[...]

YAU Survey: Attitudes to High-risk Prostate Cancer»  uroweb.org

The Prostate Cancer Working Group of the EAU Young Academic Urologists is conducting a survey among European urologists on the management of patients with high-risk prostate cancer. The brief survey [...]

New call for proposals: EDCTP Master's Fellowship in Epidemiology and Medical Statistics»  edctp.org

This grant will support the training and career development of junior researchers in the fields of epidemiology and medical statistics. It will provide funds for the fellow to undertake a taught mast[...]

2012 annual report on EudraVigilance published»  europa.eu

The European Medicine Agency (EMA) publishes the annual report on the EudraVigilance database (Centralised European database of suspected adverse reactions to medicines that are authorised or being s[...]

New results from the latest EP Wire surveys»  escardio.org

EP Wire is a picture of daily electrophysiology practice in Europe through online surveys. The latest results published include: X-ray exposure for implanting and ablating physiciansProphylactic anti[...]

WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic, 2013»

The fourth in the series, this year’s report presents the status of the MPOWER measures, with country-specific data updated and aggregated through 2012.

ECDC’s report Point prevalence survey of healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial use in European hospitals 2011–2012»  europa.eu

This website is part of the ECDC (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) network ECDC point prevalence survey: healthcare-associated infections still a major public health problem, one [...]

ECDC point prevalence survey: healthcare-associated infections still a major public health problem, one in 18 patients in European hospitals affected»  europa.eu

The first Europe-wide point prevalence survey on healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial use estimates that on any given day, about 80 000 patients - or one in 18 patients - in European ho[...]

Scientific guideline: Draft concept paper on the need for a reflection paper on statistical methodology for the comparative assessment of quality attributes in drug development, draft: consultation open»  europa.eu

The reflection paper (RP) should provide an overview of statistical principles with a potential of useful application in the context of the comparison of quality attributes as mentioned above. For si[...]

A broad range of registries and surveys across ESC countries and the world - EURObservational Research Programme»  escardio.org

The aim of this programme is to provide a better understanding of medical practice, based on observational data collected from a network of volunteer centres in Europe and around the world, and analy[...]

Health-EU newsletter survey - Let us know what you think»  europa.eu

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ECDC technical report: EMIS 2010, the European Men-Who-Have-Sex-With-Men Internet Survey»  europa.eu

With more than 180 000 participants from 38 countries across Europe, ECDC and the EMIS network today publish the results from the largest transnational survey on sexual health among men who have sex [...]

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