Public Health Europe - European Commission - EU
The RE-HEALTH project on refugees' and migrants' health co-funded by the European Commission's Third Health Programme (2014-2020) presented its results at a closing conference of its pilot phase in Brussels on 15 May.
The results of the public consultation and views expressed by stakeholders in other forums will be summarised in the Synopsis Report which will form part of the Impact Assessment on strengthening EU cooperation on HTA beyond 2020.
The European Commission is proud to present its new EU Health Award, which this year will call for applications from non-governmental bodies (NGOs) that have contributed to a higher level of public health in the European Union through vaccination.
The mid-term review of the Digital Single Market Strategy of 2015 has just taken place, providing an opportunity to take stock of the achievements in eHealth and to prepare the ground for further actions. DG Health and Food Safety's Head of Unit for eHealth Tapani Piha, speaks about what the Commission has in mind.
The European Union has always encouraged young people to be actively engaged and involved in helping others. Now, through the European Solidarity Corps, it offers young Europeans from 18 to 30 years old the opportunity to make a real difference in people's lives.