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This section on health in the EU has been created as a trustworthy gateway to a wide range of information and data on health-related issues and activities at both European, national and international level. The content is produced by the European Commission, the Member States of the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA), plus EU candidate countries; by international organisations; and by pan-European non-governmental organisations in the area of public health.

Peer Review in Slovenia: Long-term care – the problem of sustainable financing    europa.eu

Like most of Europe, Slovenia faces rapid population ageing. This places huge strain on long-term care (LTC) in particular, and the country has no unified system for providing it. To address this def[...]

Pricing and Competition in Specialist Medical Services    oecd.org

The pricing of specialist and hospital services is a contentious issue in South Africa. To help inform domestic debates, the OECD Secretariat has produced a paper profiling international experiences [...]

Families waiting to return to their homes following Bosnia floods    ifrc.org

Following devastating floods, many families are staying in Red Cross evacuation centres until the water levels drop.[...]

UNFPA - UNFPA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Boost Family Planning in Developing Countries    unfpa.org

The agreement will draw on both organizations’ strengths and expertise in support of the global goal of expanding access to high-quality, voluntary family planning supplies and services for an addit[...]

UNFPA - UNFPA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Boost Family Planning in Developing Countries    unfpa.org

The agreement will draw on both organizations’ strengths and expertise in support of the global goal of expanding access to high-quality, voluntary family planning supplies and services for an addit[...]

Bulgarian Red Cross helps Syrian family reunite    ifrc.org

Berivan and her cousins were separated from their family during the dangerous crossing from Turkey into Bulgaria. A month and a half later the Bulgarian Red Cross helped the Syrian family reunite.[...]

UNFPA - UNFPA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Boost Family Planning in Developing Countries    unfpa.org

The agreement will draw on both organizations’ strengths and expertise in support of the global goal of expanding access to high-quality, voluntary family planning supplies and services for an addit[...]

UNFPA - UNFPA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Boost Family Planning in Developing Countries    unfpa.org

The agreement will draw on both organizations’ strengths and expertise in support of the global goal of expanding access to high-quality, voluntary family planning supplies and services for an addit[...]

EPHA involved in review and mapping of continuous professional development and lifelong learning for health professionals in the EU    epha.org

The Commission's Action Plan for the EU health workforce addresses continuous professional development to safeguard patient safety within the context of cross-border mobility of health professionals [...]

Final Report Summary - INFBIOSYS (The role of Bacterial Multigene Families in Infection: Identification of Host Target Networks by High-throughput Protein Interactomics)    europa.eumsw8

THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH The genomes of pathogenic bacteria often contain multiple copies of genes with similar sequence, thus forming what is known as a multigene family. Multigene families arise[...]

Periodic Report Summary - INFBIOSYS (The role of Bacterial Multigene Families in Infection: Identification of Host Target Networks by High-throughput Protein Interactomics)    europa.eumsw8

THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH The genomes of pathogenic bacteria often contain multiple copies of genes with similar sequence, thus forming what is known as a multigene family. Multigene families arise[...]

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