EUROPE’S AGEING POPULATION FACES AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE
Longer lives amongst Europeans can be attributed to breakthroughs in nutrition, hygiene and public health.
Lifespans aside, European populations are facing demographic shifts that have implications for public health and work productivity.
The rise of chronic disease is a major driver of healthcare costs, posing budget challenges to European healthcare systems.
MANY CHRONIC DISEASES CAN BE PREVENTED AND MANAGED
HELPING PEOPLE STAY ACTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE LONGER
CAREGIVERS MUST BE SUPPORTED AS WELL
UNLOCKING THE POWER OF PATIENTS: AN INTERVIEW WITH NICOLA BEDLINGTON
Nicola Bedlington, the Secretary General of the European Patient's Forum (EPF) and member of the European Steering Group talks about patient empowerment as a crucial tool for improving healthcare outcomes and system sustainability.
European Health Forum – Health in all Politics
Taking the concept of Health in All Policies to Health in All Politics.
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