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Spotlight the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Spotlight: the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Health Europa Quarterly highlights the work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to eliminate infectious and tropical diseases. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation...
The EMHF is committed to improving men’s physical and mental health

Mental health and men: let’s talk about it

Dr Ian Banks, the president of the European Men’s Health Forum, reflects on mental health in men and the high rate of male self-harm...
Innovating wound care

Innovating wound care

Professor Michael Clark, Maureen Fallon and Professor Keith Harding, of the Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, advocate a system approach to value-based wound care. The impact...
A platform for pancreatic cancer

A platform for pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic cancer is set to be Europe’s second leading cause of cancer death by 2020. Why, then, is funding so low? Pancreatic Cancer Europe...
The hidden secrets of hepatitis C

The hidden secrets of hepatitis C

A group effort between physicists, biologists and engineers has led to a novel method to analyse a key protein in hepatitis C virus. Collaborators...
AI, robotics and the transformation of healthcare

AI, robotics and the transformation of healthcare

AI and robotics will shape the future of healthcare delivery, but only if we let them, argues PwC’s Brian Pomering. Would you trust a diagnosis...
Exploring endocrinology

Exploring endocrinology

Health Europa explores the causes of endocrine disorders and the work the European Society of Endocrinology is doing to improve treatment. Endocrinology is the medical term...
An HIV activist

The HIV epidemic in Ukraine

Years of military conflict in Ukraine are threatening to undo hard-fought gains in the fight against HIV. Elena Voskresenskaya, of International Charitable Foundation "AIDS...
A cure for spinal cord injury is possible, says Corinne Jeanmaire

Can we end paralysis?

Corinne Jeanmaire, of the endParalysis foundation, says a cure for spinal cord injury is possible, but it will take time, resources and a smart...
paediatrics

Discoveries in paediatrics

Health Europa Quarterly discusses some of the research discoveries showcased at the Excellence in Paediatrics conference. The ninth Excellence in Paediatrics (EIP) conference was held...
CBT-I is now widely recommended as the first-line treatment for chronic insomnia

What’s new in insomnia research?

Dr Dieter Riemann, the founder of the European Insomnia Network, reflects on the evolving field of insomnia research and considers how modern society has...
How does the environment affect our health?

How does the environment affect our health?

Génon K Jensen, the founder and executive director of the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL), reflects on the countless ways in which our physical...
CBT for insomnia

What is CBT for insomnia?

How can cognitive behavioural therapy help people with insomnia get a better night’s sleep? Dr Lucy Maddox, senior clinical advisor at the British Association...
Prepare yourself

Prepare yourself with the citizenAID™ app

In the aftermath of a terror attack, swift action by the public can save lives. citizenAID™’s Timothy J Hodgetts tells Health Europa Quarterly how. 22...
A lesson on lipoedema

A lesson on lipoedema

Sharie Fetzer, the chair of Lipoedema UK, tells Health Europa Quarterly about the charity’s efforts to raise awareness and boost diagnosis of the little-known...
Lobbying for lymphology

Lobbying for lymphology

Health Europa Quarterly discusses the role of the European Society of Lymphology in advancing care for patients suffering from lymphoedema and the technology aiding...
Managing lymphedema

Managing lymphoedema

Anna Kennedy, a board trustee of the International Lymphoedema Framework, reflects on improving the management of lymphoedema worldwide. The International Lymphoedema Framework (ILF) aims to...
Towards legalization

Towards legalisation

As more and more countries legalise the use of cannabis for medical purposes, Health Europa Quarterly highlights recent research into its possible therapeutic benefits.  The...
Living well with HIV

Living well with HIV

Speaking at a meeting of the HIV Outcomes initiative in November, Vytenis Andriukaitis set out the European Commission’s past, current and future role in...

A state of Mind

Chief Executive of Mind, Paul Farmer CBE, discusses the current state of mental health within the UK, and the role Mind plays in driving...

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