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STOP-CP: Stem cell Treatment Of Perinatal Cerebral Palsy using cord blood

STOP-CP in children – Stem cell Treatment Of Perinatal Cerebral Palsy using cord blood

Arne Jensen, CEO of BrainRepair UG and head of the Campus Clinic Gynaecology Bochum, Germany, outlines the motivation behind STOP-CP!: Stem cell Treatment Of...
The Make Sense campaign for head and neck cancer

The Make Sense campaign for head and neck cancer

Professor C René Leemans discusses the Make Sense campaign’s efforts to raise awareness of head and neck cancer and improve outcomes for patients with...
Where are the women in health IT?

Where are the women in health IT?

Members of the HIMSS Europe Women in Health IT Community discuss their efforts to encourage more women into digital health careers and the health-related...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 05

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 05

Health Europa Quarterly issue 05 outlines the ongoing debate regarding the legalisation of medical cannabis in Europe and the work being done across the...
The HSRAA annual conference - Managing GxP records

The HSRAA Annual Conference – Managing GxP records

Health Europa provides coverage of this year’s HSRAA Annual Conference, focusing in particular on Emma Whale’s insight into the regulatory aspects of managing GxP...
Improving standards for people with incontinence

Improving standards for people with incontinence

Mattias Abrahamsson, vice-president for incontinence care at Essity, discusses the need for outcome measures to drive standards in continence care and explores how a...
The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

More and more women in the UK are now surviving cervical cancer, but its long-term effects remain life-changing, as Rebecca Shoosmith explains. Over 3,200 women...
Working with One Health – learning from equine tendon disease

Working with One Health – learning from equine tendon disease

Professor Roger KW Smith, of the Royal Veterinary College, provides a valuable insight into how research in equine tendon disease is paving the way...
Prioritising patient safety in the NHS

Prioritising patient safety in the NHS

Jeremy Hunt, the UK secretary of state for health and social care, outlined his efforts to enhance patient safety in the NHS at the...
6th Annual World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit

6th Annual World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit

Health Europa attended the 6th Annual World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit, where global leaders Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Bill Clinton weighed...
Living with cerebral palsy in Europe

Living with cerebral palsy in Europe

The Cerebral Palsy – European Communities Association is committed to raising the profile of cerebral palsy and promoting the rights of all those living...
Ensuring equitable access to NHS IVF services in England

Ensuring equitable access to NHS IVF services in England

Catherine Hill, communications lead at Fertility Network UK, makes the case for fairer access to NHS IVF services, as England celebrates the 40th birthday...
Understanding the value of vaccines in Europe

Understanding the value of vaccines in Europe

Health Europa discusses the role of vaccines in immunising Europeans, the EVAP, and the World Vaccine Congress Europe to be held in Lisbon on...
Gastric cancer and its global variations

Gastric cancer and its global variations

Health Europa discusses the prevalence of gastric cancer within Europe, treatment options and how cancer data can inform health policy and action. Gastric cancer, or...
The EU Manifesto on reducing burden of Influenza Vaccination

The EU Manifesto on Influenza Vaccination

How might we reduce the burden of influenza in Europe? Professor Dr Thomas D Szucs, of the Steering Group on Influenza Vaccination, outlines a...
Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association: accessing new medicines

Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association: accessing new medicines

Oliver O’Connor, of the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association, reflects on efforts to ensure timely access to new and innovative medicines for all patients in...
The HPV vaccination: is it time for jabs for the boys?

The HPV vaccination: is it time for jabs for the boys?

The human papillomavirus affects everyone. So why are boys in the UK still being denied the HPV vaccination? HPV Action UK’s campaign director, Peter...
Getting to zero – can we end preventable deaths in hospitals?

Getting to zero – can we end preventable deaths in hospitals?

Speaking to Health Europa, Joe Kiani reflects on the Patient Safety Movement Foundation’s progress towards eliminating preventable deaths in hospitals. More than three million people...
Celebrating ten years of the Innovative Medicines Initiative

Celebrating ten years of the Innovative Medicines Initiative

Executive director Pierre Meulien looks back on the successes of the Innovative Medicines Initiative as the pioneering public private partnership celebrates its tenth anniversary. The...
A renewed focus on neurodegenerative disease research

A renewed focus on neurodegenerative disease research

Health Europa places a special focus on the projects funded through the EU Joint Programme for Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND), the largest international research...

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