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Signora Caroline Costongs
Signor Palumbo Leonardo
Senior Policy Coordinator
EuroHealthNet is a not-for-profit network of public health agencies, regions, universities and research centers responsible and accountable for health promotion, public health and disease prevention in Europe.
Our aim is to improve the health of European citizens by striving for a healthier Europe with greater health equity between and within countries. We do that by supporting projects and policy development together with our members and the EU institutions; by exchanging information and by communication in and beyond our network.
EuroHealthNet has existed since 1996, when a smaller group of national health promotion agencies came together with the assistance of the European Commission to work together at EU level. In 2003 the growing body became an autonomous entity with a legal statute in Belgium.
Nowadays, EuroHealthNet counts 29 members and 14 collaborating partners in 29 European countries, thereby constituting a valuable platform for information, advice, policy and advocacy on health and equity issues at EU level.
EuroHealthNet does not seek financial gain from its work and as such receives funding from a range of sources and donors only to carry out its objectives.
*EU 2020 Strategy
*Joint actions: on alcohol (RAHRA)/ on HIV Prevention (Quality action) / Mental Health & Wellbeing
*Chronic diseases (CHRODIS)
*DRIVERS 7th Framework programme aiming to find links and best ways to tackle health equity through policy and practice in early childhood development, employment and working conditions, and income and social protection.
*Age Friendly Environment (AFE-Innovnet)
*2014-15 Healthy Workplaces Campaign ‘Manage Stress’
*EU poverty platform
Engage, provide information and evidence to the EU on behalf of public health authorities across Europe to make the case for health promotion.
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Austrian Health Promotion Foundation, Austria(1),
Flemish Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Belgium(1),
National Institute of Public Health, Czech Republic(1),
Danish Health and Medicines Authority, Denmark(1),
Department of Health, England(1),
North of England EU Health Partnership (NEEHP), England(1),
Kent & Medway NHS and Europe Center, England(1),
Finnish Society for Social and Health (SOSTE), Finland(1),
National Institute for Prevention and Health Education, France(1),
Federal Centre for Health Education, Germany(1),
Hungarian National Institute for Health Development(1),
Veneto Region, Italy(1),
Norwegian Directorate of Health(1),
National Institute of Hygiene, Poland(1),
NHS Health Scotland(1),
National Institute of Public Health, Slovenia(1),
Public Health Wales(1),
Stockholm County Council(1),
Escuela Universitaria de Enfermería y Fisioterapia, Spain(1),
Netherlands Institute Public Health and the Environment(1),
National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland(1),
Erasmus University College, Belgium(1),
Institute of Public Health in Ireland(1),
Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Macedonia(1),
Dutch Institute for Healthcare Improvement(1),
Catalan Agency of Public Health(1),
Department of Public Health Ghent University, Belgium(1),
Public Health Authority of the Olomouc Region(1),
Institute of Public Health, Montenegro(1),
Lisbon University,Institute ISCTE, Portugal(1),
Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, Sweden(1),
Global Health Equity Foundation, Switzerland(1),
Health Action Partnership International, International(1),
Tuscany Region, Italy(1),
Observatoire Wallon de la Santé, Belgium(1),
Centre for Social Science and Global Health, Amsterdam, Netherlands(1),
Riga City Council, Latvia(1),
University of Science and Technology, Norway(1),
Public Health Agency, Sweden(1),
Public Health Committee, Vastra Gotaland Region(1),
Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council Public Health Dpt(1)
EUHPF, EHAC, Diet Platform, EU Platform Against and Social Exclusion, European Innovation Partnership on Healthy and Active Ageing, European Platform Against Poverty and Social Exclusion
01/2014 - 12/2014
DG Empl (PROGRESS) DG Research (DRIVERS)...
We use a code of conduct based on the WHO model
Registrandosi l'organizzazione ha sottoscritto il codice di condotta del Registro per la trasparenza.