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food Climate change and Vibrio bacteria in seafood
Climate change and Vibrio bacteria in seafood
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EFSAchannel
The current subtitles have been automatically produced by YouTube. EFSA does not accept any liability for mistakes or inaccuracies resulting from the transcribing process Subtitles are available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Click on the setting button to select your preferred language subtitles and then click on “turn on captions” button in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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health Will AI Replace Physicians? - The Medical Futurist
Will AI Replace Physicians? - The Medical Futurist
22 Jul 2024
The Medical Futurist
If you've been following The Medical Futurist’s platforms, you've likely heard me discuss the million dollar question before: Will AI replace physicians? The rapid integration of AI across industries has sparked widespread concern about job displacement, and let’s be frank healthcare is no exception. Many wonder if AI will eventually render physicians jobs obsolete. I firmly believe AI won't replace doctors, and in this video, I’ll outline five compelling reasons why.
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Netherlands
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Netherlands
19 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVEDAY in Netherlands! 🇳🇱 More information available on 🔗 https://www.nlactief.nl/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Slovenia
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Slovenia
19 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVEDAY in Slovenia! 🇸🇮 More information available on 🔗 https://sfrr.gzs.si/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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food The dark side of food - SAFE's campaign on acrylamide
The dark side of food - SAFE's campaign on acrylamide
18 Jul 2024
Safe Food Advocacy E...
SAFE launches an awareness-raising campaign about acrylamide
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food BIO_REACTION | Highlights from the 2nd International Forum on Regenerative Agriculture | EIT Food
BIO_REACTION | Highlights from the 2nd International Forum on Regenerative Agriculture | EIT Food
18 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Join us as we revisit the 2nd International Forum on Regenerative Agriculture, BIO_REACTION! This event, co-organised by EIT Food and the Fundacja Terra Nostra, brought together top agricultural innovators from around the world to discuss and promote regenerative practices. Watch as industry leaders share insights on sustainable farming, innovation, and collaboration. More: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/regenag-revolution
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health EIT Health - Creating ValEU - Innovation Training Programme
EIT Health - Creating ValEU - Innovation Training Programme
17 Jul 2024
EIT Health
Blended online learning with onsite training at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom, this programme has been designed by top-tier universities to create the next generation of pioneers in healthcare innovation.
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health Catapult Get-together with AWS - Amsterdam
Catapult Get-together with AWS - Amsterdam
17 Jul 2024
EIT Health
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health Get SunSmart Art Competition | Winners 2024
Get SunSmart Art Competition | Winners 2024
17 Jul 2024
Department of Health
Minister Colm Burke has announced the winners of the annual Get SunSmart! Children’s Art Competition. The competition, now in its third year, saw a record number of entries from all over the country. https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/6a9a9-minister-burke-announces-the-winners-of-the-annual-get-sunsmart-art-competition/ Music: Jazzy Frenchy by Bensound.com TRANSCRIPT: Hello everyone. Today I'm announcing the winners of this year's Get SunSmart! Children's Art Competition. We received a record number of entries from children all over Ireland. I want to thank everyone for taking part and for helping to raise awareness of the importance of being SunSmart and protecting your skin from the sun. The winners for this year are Chloe Ford from Delgany in the pre-schools category. Sophie Devaney from Terenure in the Junior Infants to 1st Class category. Lewis Friel from Letterkenny in the 2nd to 4th Class category. And last but not least, Nondumiso Nhleko from Knocklyon in the 5th and 6th Class category. Congratulations to all of you. You will receive your prizes shortly. And remember, follow the five S's this summer and stay SunSmart.
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health You Can Predict The Future Yourself! - The Medical Futurist
You Can Predict The Future Yourself! - The Medical Futurist
17 Jul 2024
The Medical Futurist
Empower yourself to become a navigator of your own future! Our brand new short course, A Guide To Navigating Potential Futures, is out now with the goal of equipping you with the essential tools to break free from simply reacting to the future and instead, actively predict and shape your own path. Intrigued? To give you a taste of what's in store, I’m sharing the course's introductory video. This will help you decide if mastering the art of anticipating the future resonates with you. 🙂
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food EIT Food | Bilbao Campus Experience
EIT Food | Bilbao Campus Experience
16 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Bilbao Campus Experience, the entrepreneurship programme designed for startups as post-accelerator to serve as your gateway to the Basque Entrepreneurship Ecosystem, extending your reach into the Spanish and European markets. The programme will take place in the heart of Bilbao, at the BAT | B Accelerator Tower.
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food EIT Food Founders Day 2024
EIT Food Founders Day 2024
16 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Recap of the EIT Food Founders Day event that took place on the 20th of June 2024 at the San Mamés Stadium, in Bilbao. Nearly 200 attendants, including startups, investors, corporates and other industry stakeholders gathered to discuss about the latest trends in the Agrifood Sector and push innovation.
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health European Union Drugs Agency: our logo, values, personality and mission
European Union Drugs Agency: our logo, values, personality and mission
16 Jul 2024
European Union Drugs...
On 2 July 2024, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) officially became the European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA). We're excited about this change and the many opportunities it brings. Learn more about our logo, values, personality and mission! https://www.euda.europa.eu/activities/campaigns/euda-launch_en
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health Precision Medicine Utopia - The Medical Futurist #shorts
Precision Medicine Utopia - The Medical Futurist #shorts
16 Jul 2024
The Medical Futurist
What would a precision medicine utopia look like? I'll explain in this short video!
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food INFO SESSION:​ CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST​ TARGETING NOVEL FOOD - SMEs​
INFO SESSION:​ CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST​ TARGETING NOVEL FOOD - SMEs​
16 Jul 2024
EFSAchannel
EFSA has opened a call for expressions of interest to identify Novel Food SMEs interested in receiving advice in a meeting on the requirements for an application for the authorisation to put their novel food in the EU market. - Call webpage https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/stakeholders/calls-for-stakeholders - EU-Survey form https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/EOI-NF-SMEs-24 - Ask a Question (in case of any doubts on the call) https://connect.efsa.europa.eu/RM/s/help/scientificapplicationquestion This call aims to raise awareness and facilitate access for SMEs to EFSA’s general pre submission advice (GPSA) service. The call focuses on the two specific stages that can be of special interest for SMEs with no or limited experience in submitting a novel food application, namely: - on the very early stage of the development of the novel food, even before starting the studies that will be included in the application - on the latest stages of the preparation of the application, when most of the information that will be included in the application is already available to the SME. The call will remain opened until 31 October 2024. Sections Introduction – 00:00 Early Briefing Meetings and Pre-submission Meetings 03:20 Submission and appraisal of Expressions of Interest 07:41 Provision of advice and Feedback to EFSA 12:11 Questions and Answers 15:14 -- The current subtitles have been automatically produced by YouTube. EFSA does not accept any liability for mistakes or inaccuracies resulting from the transcribing process Subtitles are available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Click on the setting button to select your preferred language subtitles and then click on “turn on captions” button in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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food Transforming Food Systems: Why NOW is the Time for Innovation & Sustainability | YOUAREIN, Erasmus+
Transforming Food Systems: Why NOW is the Time for Innovation & Sustainability | YOUAREIN, Erasmus+
12 Jul 2024
SciFoodHealth
How can we achieve food system sustainability via entrepreneurship? Hear from both experts and students working on the YOUAREIN project! YOUAREIN, an EU-funded Erasmus+ initiative, is dedicated to fostering entrepreneurial skills among youth interested in pursuing careers in the agri-food industry, with a focus on environmental sustainability. Our project emerged from the realisation that traditional university courses related to the food industry often lack practical relevance and entrepreneurial training. To bridge this gap experts, industry leaders, and universities will develop innovative training materials and methodologies that enrich food-related courses with essential entrepreneurial skills. Watch this video for insights on: • The crucial role of new technologies in sustainable food production. • An overview of the YOUAREIN course and its benefits for food sustainability enthusiasts. • Exploration of non-thermal technologies like pulsed electric fields, ultrasound, and cold plasma. • Case study on Pulsed Electric Field technology in the potato chip industry and its impact on reducing acrylamide content. Are you interested in shaping the future of a more sustainable food industry? Visit our website to explore the courses that YOUAREIN will offer and enrol today! 🔗https://www.youarein.eu/ #FoodInnovation #Sustainability #FoodTechnology #YOUAREIN_EU
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food FoodDrinkEurope's SME Decarbonisation Toolkit
FoodDrinkEurope's SME Decarbonisation Toolkit
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
This toolkit has been prepared for SMEs in the food and drink manufacturing sector. It is aimed at helping SMEs decarbonise their scope 1 and 2 emissions, contributing to becoming net zero. It can be used by SMEs just getting started, or for SMEs part way through the net zero journey that seek further guidance and support. *01
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food Decarbonisation toolkit at a glance: 5 steps to cutting emissions
Decarbonisation toolkit at a glance: 5 steps to cutting emissions
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
The toolkit introduces case studies and templates to help implement five key steps towards net zero. These steps are: (1) Measuring emissions: calculating the baseline carbon footprint of the SME; (2) Identifying options: putting together a list of initiatives to reduce carbon emissions; (3) Building a plan: developing an implementation plan for the identified options; (4) Funding opportunities and building a business case: guidance on funding opportunities and how to justify investment in projects; (5) Monitoring and communicating: how to monitor progress towards the emission reduction target and share this with stakeholders. *02
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food Step 1(a): measuring emissions
Step 1(a): measuring emissions
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(1) Measuring emissions Measuring emissions is the first step in a business' net-zero journey. We'll show you how to measure emissions in the different parts of your production process and how to calculate your baseline carbon footprint. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *03
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food Step 1(b): measuring emissions
Step 1(b): measuring emissions
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(1) Measuring emissions Measuring emissions is the first step in a business' net-zero journey. We'll show you how to calculate your activity data and apply your emissions factor. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *04
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food Step 1(c): measuring emissions
Step 1(c): measuring emissions
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(1) Measuring emissions Measuring emissions is the first step in a business' net-zero journey. We'll show you to organise your emissions data and introduce our data collection template. You can download the data collection template below. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *05
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food Step 2(a): identifying decarbonisation options
Step 2(a): identifying decarbonisation options
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(2) Identifying options Once a business has a clear picture of their emissions, they'll need to identify the best decarbonisation options for the situation. We'll show you how to conduct a decarbonisation site audit and what areas to consider. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *06
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food Step 2(b): identifying decarbonisation options
Step 2(b): identifying decarbonisation options
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(2) Identifying options Once a business has a clear picture of their emissions, they'll need to identify the best decarbonisation options for the situation. We'll show you how to use the findings from a site audit to identify areas of improvement in your decarbonisation journey. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *07
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food Step 2(c): identifying decarbonisation options
Step 2(c): identifying decarbonisation options
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(2) Identifying options Once a business has a clear picture of their emissions, they'll need to identify the best decarbonisation options for the situation. We'll show you how to identify and assess different decarbonisation measures with our template. You can download the decarbonisation measures template below. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *08
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food Step 3(a): building a plan
Step 3(a): building a plan
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(3) Building a plan Once a business has a identified viable decarbonisation measures, it will need to plan how to implement them. We'll show you what to consider when planning to implement decarbonisation measures, by undertaking a cost-benefit analysis with the help of a prioritisation matrix. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *09
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food Step 3(b): building a plan
Step 3(b): building a plan
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(3) Building a plan Once a business has a identified viable decarbonisation measures, it will need to plan how to implement them. We'll show you how to build out an action plan with our action plan template. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *10
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food Step 3(c): building a plan
Step 3(c): building a plan
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(3) Building a plan Once a business has a identified viable decarbonisation measures, it will need to plan how to implement them. We'll show you what to consider when building your own action plan. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *11
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food Step 4(a): funding opportunities and building a business case
Step 4(a): funding opportunities and building a business case
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(4) Building a plan Once a business has developed a decarbonisation action plan, it will need to seek sources of funding and build a business case. We'll show you how to build a business case using our business case template. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *12
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food Step 4(b): funding opportunities and building a business case
Step 4(b): funding opportunities and building a business case
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(4) Building a plan Once a business has developed a decarbonisation action plan, it will need to seek sources of funding and build a business case. We'll show you how to use a business case template to build a strong funding proposal. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *13
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food Step 5: monitoring and communicating
Step 5: monitoring and communicating
12 Jul 2024
FoodDrinkEurope
(5) Building a plan Once a business has developed a strong business case and secured funding, it will need to monitor progress at regular intervals. We'll show you how to track progress and benchmark for success in your decarbonisation journey. The five key steps towards net zero are: (1) Measuring emissions (2) Identifying options (3) Building a plan (4) Funding and business case (5) Monitoring *14
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health Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
11 Jul 2024
EFPIA
Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
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health Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
11 Jul 2024
EFPIA
Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe
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food How does diet influence healthy ageing?
How does diet influence healthy ageing?
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Our food choices influence our health, with our nutritional needs changing throughout different stages of life. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank explain what it means to live a healthy life through food. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Where can personalised and targeted nutrition have the biggest impacts?
Where can personalised and targeted nutrition have the biggest impacts?
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Dietary recommendations targeted at individuals or groups have great potential for improving health outcomes and tackling diet-related disease. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank predict where personalised nutrition and targeted nutrition will have the biggest impacts in the coming years. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Precision nutrition: how athletes gain the edge through diet
Precision nutrition: how athletes gain the edge through diet
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Competition between elite athletes is often decided by fine margins. Precision nutrition expert Itziar Tueros from AZTI (Spain) explains how athletes can gain the competitive edge through food choices based on personalised insights. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Why are some Europeans at higher risk of diet-related disease than others?
Why are some Europeans at higher risk of diet-related disease than others?
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Prevalence of obesity, certain cancers, and even Alzheimer’s disease are higher among certain communities in Europe. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank consider the root causes of these disparities, and suggest what can be done to reduce the impacts of non-communicable diseases. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Reformulating our food: part of the solution for tackling diet-related disease
Reformulating our food: part of the solution for tackling diet-related disease
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
There is a growing awareness of the health risks associated with high consumption of ultra-processed food. Part of the solution is to reformulate popular food products, so they can form part of a balanced diet alongside whole foods. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank discuss some of the biggest opportunities in this space. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Why are there so many misconceptions about food and health?
Why are there so many misconceptions about food and health?
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
We are bombarded with online health claims relating to the foods we eat. As a result it can be hard to distinguish between evidence-based advice and misinformation. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank discuss this issue and suggest some solutions. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food Tackling complex public health issues linked with our food systems
Tackling complex public health issues linked with our food systems
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Public health issues connected with food systems can be fiendishly complicated. For instance, no single farm or supermarket is going to solve the challenge of diet-related disease in Europe. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank explain how impactful solutions require all actors in the food supply chain to come together to co-create solutions Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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food How is gut health connected with overall health?
How is gut health connected with overall health?
10 Jul 2024
EIT Food
Our gut is sometimes described as our “second brain” because of the complex and bi-directional communication between the two. Experts from the EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank explain the gut–brain axis and how scientists are revealing more about the links between digestive health and overall health. Discover more insights on the connections between food and health via the EIT Food website: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank
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health Broadening the role of pharmaceutical services in primary care
Broadening the role of pharmaceutical services in primary care
10 Jul 2024
European Observatory...
Equitable access to safe, effective and affordable medicines and vaccines is key to primary care. Medicines are more easily available if they are dispensed closer to patients and if community pharmacies can be integrated into primary care services. Consequently, the role of community pharmacies in delivering primary care services has been growing in many European countries. But how can the integration of community pharmacies and primary care services be achieved? How do we involve patients, care-givers and communities in such developments? How can public financing be best used to support access to medicines in primary care? Join us to find out! SPEAKERS: Sabine Vogler Austrian National Public Health Institute (Gesundheit Österreich GmbH, GÖG), Austria (Keynote) Charline Maertens de Noordhout, Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE), Belgium Suzete Costa, Institute for Evidence-Based Health (ISBE), Portugal MODERATORS: Dheepa Rajan & Erica Richardson (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies) 00:00 Intro 03:43 Poll 04:34 Medicines and pharmaceuticals' changing role in primary care 18:44 Poll results 20:21 Portugal – expanding pharmaceutical services in PHC 25:59 Belgium – engaging with patients with the NEED Project 33:57 Q&A Note: Suzete Costa's presentation on Portugal was cut short due to a technical difficulty
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health Introduction and Opening Statement
Introduction and Opening Statement
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
We welcome you to the continuation of a crucial dialogue on racism, discrimination, and health, beginning with opening statements from distinguished guests from the European Commission and the Dutch Government. This recording also includes 'EU Anti-racism Action Plan and Health,' which discusses racism and discrimination within the context of the EU Anti-racism Action Plan. Vanessa Kabuta of the European Commission expands on this policy instrument’s components, focusing specifically on its health-related aspects and challenges. Speakers: Elena Kountouri Tapiero, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Acting Regional Representative for Europe Isabel de la Mata, European Commission, DG SANTE, Principal Advisor for Health and Crisis management Rabin S. Baldewsingh, Dutch National Coordinator against Discrimination and Racism Milka Sokolović, European Public Health Alliance, Director General Jacqueline Bowman-Busato, Adipositas Pact, Co-Founder, Engagement and Projects Lead ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Dutch Anti-Racism Action Plan by Rabin S. Baldewsingh
Dutch Anti-Racism Action Plan by Rabin S. Baldewsingh
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
This video features a discussion on combating racism and discrimination in the Netherlands. Rabin S. Baldewsingh, the Dutch National Coordinator Against Discrimination and Racism, outlines the national anti-racism action plan and addresses the critical issues of discrimination, racism, and health. Speakers: Rabin S. Baldewsingh, Dutch National Coordinator against, Discrimination and Racism ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Panel 1: Racism, discrimination, mental health, and trauma
Panel 1: Racism, discrimination, mental health, and trauma
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
This session begins with a musical energiser by Otion, Master of Sceneries, followed by Panel 1: Racism, Discrimination, Mental Health, and Trauma. This first panel focuses on the profound effects of racism on mental health and trauma. Experts discuss how racism against People of African Descent can lead to various manifestations of mental ill-health. The session adopts an intersectional approach, exploring diverse perspectives including migration, maternal health, and the importance of personal narratives. In our second session, we examine the significant role of health insurance in accessing healthcare. Through a detailed analysis of the challenges faced by People of African Descent in the Netherlands, De Hofnar presents a compelling case study. This discussion highlights potential improvements in health insurance access to better implement the Right to Health for all individuals. Speakers: Moderated by Rozina Spinnoy, BIDS Belgium, Founder and Director Marlize Andre, The Marissa Foundation, Co-Founder and Director Stéphanie Mbanzendore, Burundian Women for Peace Liz Kelly, Irish Maternity Support Network Marciano Daans, De Hofnar Present BV ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Panel 2: Clinical Diagnosis: Racial bias in healthcare
Panel 2: Clinical Diagnosis: Racial bias in healthcare
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
In this panel, experts delve into the complexities of providing culturally appropriate healthcare and meeting the needs of specific communities. The discussion highlights the structural nature of racism and discrimination, leading to issues such as lack of trust in the healthcare system, misdiagnosis, and disproportionate disease burdens faced by People of African Descent. Gain a deeper understanding of these critical issues and the importance of addressing racial bias in clinical diagnosis. Following the panel, an interactive session begins where we tap into the collective expertise of our audience. Participants are encouraged to identify challenges and propose practical solutions to improve access to healthcare and reduce health inequities for People of African Descent. This constructive conversation aims to develop a comprehensive approach to anti-racism and anti-discrimination in health, with a focus on how these discussions can inform the EU Anti-racism action plan. Speakers: Moderated by Wouter Arrazola de Oñate, Belgian Lung and Tuberculosis Association, Public Health Director Layal Liverpool (Online), Science Journalist, Author of “Systemic: How Racism Is Making Us Ill” Tanja Gangarova, DeZIM-Institute Berlin, National Discrimination and Racism Monitor, Researcher Alana Helberg-Proctor, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Associate Professor ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Introduction and OHCHR Indicators Framework
Introduction and OHCHR Indicators Framework
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
Day two is opened with a word of welcome from Jacqueline. The previous day is briefly recapped and linked to today’s topic; equality data collection. The OHCHR has ample resources to inform methods for the collection of equality data of high standards. Mila Paspalanova presents how these resources can be accessed and used, focusing in particular on human rights indicators. To deepen our understanding, we explore complementarity, overlap and discrepancy for advancing equality statistics in the FRA Being Back in the EU Report. With a deeper understanding of equality data collection methods, we further explore how we can make data-informed policy approaches to racism, discrimination and health a reality. Speakers: Jacqueline Bowman-Busato, Adipositas Pact, Co-Founder, Engagement and Projects LeadMila Paspalanova, OHCHR, Anti-racial discrimination advisor ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Towards quantitative equality data collection: Dutch G4 on discrimination and German Afrozensus
Towards quantitative equality data collection: Dutch G4 on discrimination and German Afrozensus
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
Discriminatie.nl and Shinto Labs showcase the collaborative project funded by the G4 municipalities (Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, and Utrecht) in the Netherlands. This project aims to create and implement an analytical and registration tool featuring an (almost) real-time dashboard to monitor discrimination incidents. Learn how this initiative is paving the way for national-level data collection and the impactful role of such tools in combating discrimination. Complementing the Dutch example, Muna Aikins discusses the German Afrozensus 2020, a large-scale survey on anti-Black racism and health. This session provides valuable insights into the methodology and findings of the report, offering lessons on effective data collection practices in Germany. Speakers: Jerrol Marten, Discriminatie.nl Regio Amsterdam, Director Jurriaan Souer, Shinto Labs, Chief Products Paul Fockens, Maurin Consulting, CEO Muna Aikins, Afrozensus - EOTO, Each One Teach One e.V. Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Predoctoral Fellow ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Equality data: policy implications and translation
Equality data: policy implications and translation
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
Wrapping up the presentations of the first half of the day on equality data, this interactive session’s purpose is to take a step towards concrete solutions. We explore how the lessons from the Dutch and German case studies can be translated to policy action. We further discuss EU policy context implications, for example how it informs national anti-racism action plans, and their related indicators. By highlighting challenges and opportunities, we get an idea on how indicator use and data collection can be developed and reproduced on a wider scale. Speakers: Moderated by Angelo Camufingo, Each One Teach One (EOTO) e.V., Project Lead Tanja Florath. European Commission, DG JUST, Unit D2 Nondiscrimination, Policy Officer Daris José Lewis Recio, Equinet, Legal & Policy Officer ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Civil society consultation on post-2025 EU anti-racism agenda and national-level implementation
Civil society consultation on post-2025 EU anti-racism agenda and national-level implementation
9 Jul 2024
European Public Heal...
We conclude two days of rich discussion with a consultation to add further considerations. Mila Paspalanova introduces this session with a recap on a human rights-based approach to policy. Afterwards, we open the floor for input. Participants are encouraged to share their (prepared) interventions to ensure the conference’s reporting is as comprehensive as possible. Speakers: Frazer Goodwin, European Public Health Alliance, Senior Communications & Advocacy Manager, Tanja Florath European Commission, DG JUST, Unit D2 Nondiscrimination, Policy Officer Mila Paspalanova, OHCHR, Anti-racial discrimination advisor Jacqueline Bowman-Busato, Adipositas Pact, Co-Founder, Engagement and Projects Lead ABOUT THE EVENT: Racism and discrimination are fundamental determinants of health, profoundly affecting physical and mental well-being. They are far-reaching systemic issues, creating environments where marginalised communities face continuous social and economic challenges. Addressing these determinants is crucial for achieving health equity and ensuring that all individuals have the opportunity to realise their Right to Health as defined in Article 12 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This two-day DisQo Stakeholder Network conference, organised by EPHA and OHCHR in cooperation with Artikel 1 Midden Nederland and De Hofnar Present B.V., brings together leading experts and stakeholders to address the pervasive issues of racism, discrimination, and their profound impacts on health, with a specific focus on People of African Descent. Through insightful case studies, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, participants will explore the intersection of these critical areas, share best practices, and develop actionable strategies to promote health equity. Join us in advancing the dialogue and fostering collaborative efforts to combat racism and improve health outcomes for all. Find out more: https://epha.org/events/the-right-to-health-of-people-of-african-descent-part-2-of-the-racism-discrimination-and-health-series/
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health Press conference: Official inauguration of the EUDA
Press conference: Official inauguration of the EUDA
9 Jul 2024
European Union Drugs...
3 July: Official inauguration. Press conference at the EUDA headquarters at 10:00 WEST (Lisbon), 11.00 CEST (Brussels). This in-person event will also be livestreamed. Speakers: - Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner for Home Affairs - Franz Pietsch, Chair of the EUDA Management Board (Austria) - Alexis Goosdeel, EUDA Executive Director - Members of the Portuguese Government
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food Coffee with the Editor Episode 4: Elisa de Arcangelis
Coffee with the Editor Episode 4: Elisa de Arcangelis
8 Jul 2024
IFST
IJFST editor-in-chief Charles Brennan sits down for informal coffee conversations with authors to demystify their recent research articles.
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health EUDA inauguration and constituent meeting of the Management Board
EUDA inauguration and constituent meeting of the Management Board
8 Jul 2024
European Union Drugs...
On 2 July 2024, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) officially became the European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA). We're excited about this change and the many opportunities it brings. Read more: https://euda.europa.eu/activities/campaigns/euda-launch_en
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health European Union Drugs Agency: our logo
European Union Drugs Agency: our logo
8 Jul 2024
European Union Drugs...
On 2 July 2024, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) officially became the European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA). We're excited about this change and the many opportunities it brings. This is our new logo! Learn about the thinking behind it! https://www.euda.europa.eu/activities/campaigns/euda-launch_en
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food FSA Board Meeting — June 2024
FSA Board Meeting — June 2024
5 Jul 2024
FoodStandardsAgency
The Food Standards Agency Board meeting took place on Wednesday 19th June at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Romania
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Romania
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Romania! 🇷🇴 More information available on 🔗 https://romaniaactive.ro/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Austria
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Austria
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Austria! 🇦🇹 More information available on 🔗 https://www.wko.at/bgld/tourismus-freizeitwirtschaft/freizeit-sportbetriebe/start and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Bulgaria
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Bulgaria
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Bulgaria! 🇧🇬 More information available on 🔗 https://bahf.bg/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Ireland
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Ireland
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Ireland! 🇮🇪 More information available on 🔗 https://irelandactive.ie/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Latvia
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Latvia
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Latvia! 🇱🇻 More information available on 🔗 https://www.balticfitness.lv/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Czech Republic
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024 in Czech Republic
4 Jul 2024
EuropeActive
Join the 2024 #BEACTIVE DAY in Czech Republic! 🇨🇿 More information available on 🔗 https://komorafitness.cz/ and on 🔗 https://www.beactiveday.eu/
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health Inauguration of the European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA)
Inauguration of the European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA)
3 Jul 2024
European Union Drugs...
The new European Union Drugs Agency (EUDA) started its work on 2 July 2024. This marks the beginning of a week of events celebrating the inauguration of the new organisation. 3 July: Official inauguration. Press conference at the EUDA headquarters at 10:00 WEST (Lisbon), 11.00 CEST (Brussels). This in-person event will also be livestreamed. Speakers: - Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner for Home Affairs - Franz Pietsch, Chair of the EUDA Management Board (Austria) - Alexis Goosdeel, EUDA Executive Director - Members of the Portuguese Government https://euda.europa.eu/event/2024/07/inauguration-euda_en
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health A Guide To Navigating Potential Futures - The Medical Futurist
A Guide To Navigating Potential Futures - The Medical Futurist
3 Jul 2024
The Medical Futurist
For over 15 years, I've been practicing futures methods in my work daily. As The Medical Futurist, I’ve identified hundreds of trends in medical and healthcare technologies, written dozens of scientific studies and papers, and published many books, over 500 articles and around 4000 daily news analyses using them. The most important thing I’ve learnt while doing that is this: The future is not a single predetermined path, but in fact, multiple futures exist and there are established methods for discovering, observing and analyzing them. You could easily learn these practical methods, empowering you to anticipate and prepare for future challenges. But for some reason, these methods have only been accessible by a handful of analysts and futurists. Not anymore! I’m thrilled to introduce our new course, A Guide to Navigating Potential Futures (And Claiming Yours!)! This course will equip you with tools and techniques to navigate the complexities of potential futures, transforming uncertainty into strategy and fear into emotional resilience today. https://medicalfuturist.thinkific.com/courses/futures
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food Ecotrophelia 2024 - BoozyBalls
Ecotrophelia 2024 - BoozyBalls
2 Jul 2024
IFST
Gold winners at Ecotrophelia UK were BoozyBalls from the University of Surrey who created an alcoholic boba pearl from fruit waste.
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food Meet the InnoProtein partners - BIOTREND
Meet the InnoProtein partners - BIOTREND
1 Jul 2024
SciFoodHealth
Meet the InnoProtein partners - BIOTREND
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health EMCDDA webinar: Safe festivals and healthy nightlife — sharing experiences among practitioners
EMCDDA webinar: Safe festivals and healthy nightlife — sharing experiences among practitioners
1 Jul 2024
EU Drugs Agency (EMCDDA)
Objective: The main aim of this webinar is to share experiences of interventions which support safety at music festivals and nightlife events. Background: Music festivals are common in Europe during the summer and attract high numbers of participants, especially young people. They may last several days. This webinar addresses current and innovative practices to make festivals and nightlife settings a safer and healthier environment for the participants and professionals involved. Professionals from different festivals/countries across Europe will discuss their experiences, challenges and strategies to reduce risks and improve safety. The EMCDDA’s approach to fostering safe festivals and healthy nightlife is to prevent risky behaviours by raising awareness on harm-reduction interventions. In conversation with: - Mikk Oja, Night Fairies, Estonia - Elisa Fornero, Neutravel Project, Italy - Mar Cunha, Kosmicare, Portugal - Gabriel Borkowski, Dáth2 Psyhelp, Hungary Chairperson: Inês Hasselberg, EMCDDA Opening and closing remarks: Alexis Goosdeel, Director EMCDDA. Format: EMCDDA opening remarks, panellists’ questions, guided discussion, Q&A. Participants will respond to the following questions: - Can you describe the festival or event in which you intervene? - What are the typical behaviours your interventions address? - What are your strategies, challenges and success stories? What would you define as a best practice to be shared? - How do you see trends at festivals unfolding in the coming years? https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/event/2024/06/emcdda-webinar-safe-festivals-and-healthy-nightlife-sharing-experiences-among-practitioners_en Date: 12 June 2024, 12.00–13.30 Lisbon (WEST) | 13.00–14.30 Brussels (CEST).
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health EMCDDA-Europol Launch: EU Drug Markets – new psychoactive substances
EMCDDA-Europol Launch: EU Drug Markets – new psychoactive substances
29 Jun 2024
EU Drugs Agency (EMCDDA)
Objective: This webinar provides an overview of the EU market on New psychoactive substances (NPS), from production and trafficking, to distribution and use of these substances. The speakers will discuss the continued adaptation of the NPS market and increasing integration with the market for established controlled drugs, drawing conclusions from a number of data sources, including the European Union Early Warning System on NPS. Key issues will be defined and recommendations for action at EU and Member State level will be provided. Background: This webinar is dedicated to the NPS module of the EU Drug Markets: In-depth analysis, the fourth comprehensive overview of illicit drug markets in the European Union from the EMCDDA and Europol. Speakers: Ana Gallegos, Head of sector, Action on new drugs (EMCDDA) Joanna De Morais, Scientific analyst, Action on new drugs (EMCDDA) Rita Jorge, Scientific analyst, Synthetic drugs (EMCDDA) Chairperson: Ana Gallegos, EMCDDA Format: Opening remarks, speakers’ presentations, Q&A. Speakers will present: - The state of play of the EU NPS market - Distribution, supply, and harms of NPS by category - Production of NPS: recent trends and the rise of synthetic cathinone production - Key findings and recommendations Length: 1 hour Date: 27 June 2024, 10.00–11.00 Lisbon time (WEST) 11.00–12.00 (CEST)
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food Find out what a #microbiome is and how you #FeedYourMicrobes ! #WorldMicrobiomeDay #Microbiomes4Life
Find out what a #microbiome is and how you #FeedYourMicrobes ! #WorldMicrobiomeDay #Microbiomes4Life
27 Jun 2024
EFSAchannel
Did you celebrate #WorldMicrobiomeDay by feeding your friendly microbes? 🌱🦠 Though invisible, microorganisms are the unsung heroes of our health and environment. At EFSA, we're diving deep into research to uncover their vital roles and prepare for future risk assessments! Let us know in the comments how you keep your microbiome healthy! Want to find out more? Check out our latest contributions to this field with two comprehensive external scientific reports that pave the way for including microbiomes in future food risk assessments. https://efsa.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.2903/sp.efsa.2024.EN-8597 Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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food What do consumers know about food? Results from EUFIC’s food literacy survey in 7 European countries
What do consumers know about food? Results from EUFIC’s food literacy survey in 7 European countries
27 Jun 2024
European Food Inform...
In 2023-2024, EUFIC, along with our collaborators Nutrition Institute (NUTRIS) and Sabri Ülker Foundation, conducted a large-scale consumer survey in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Turkey and the UK to examine consumers’ knowledge about food, nutrition, and their food-related science literacy. This allowed us to discover which food myths are the most popular, where consumers have knowledge and literacy gaps, and to examine cultural differences. The results aim to inform those who work in the areas of food and science literacy to understand consumers’ mindsets better and prioritise their communication topics. This 1-hour webinar is of interest to NGOs and civil society groups, policymakers, health professionals, and researchers working in the fields of food, nutrition, and science literacy. The Q&A starts at 36:40.
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health Advancing Public Health Advocacy for Clean Cooking
Advancing Public Health Advocacy for Clean Cooking
24 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
Ready to catalyse your public health advocacy? In this event aimed at public health pioneers and the Clean Cooking for Public Health (CC4PH) community members, we explain how to effectively advocate on clean cooking, how to communicate the health impacts of gas cooking, and how to spark action on poor indoor air quality to both policy makers and media outlets. What to expect? Increased Confidence and Communication Skills: Participants will gain the confidence to effectively communicate gas cooking health impacts to decision-makers and media outlets. Improved Advocacy Effectiveness: Participants will be better equipped to advocate for policy changes related to gas cooking.
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food EIT Food's missions for food systems transformation
EIT Food's missions for food systems transformation
24 Jun 2024
EIT Food
We accelerate innovation to build a future-fit food system that produces healthy and sustainable food for all. Our community has come together to respond to the biggest issues in the food system affecting our lives, and a Mission-led approach focuses our efforts on improving outcomes for people and planet. We prioritise our investments, funding, advocacy, and interventions to make a real, tangible difference. Missions help us form those priorities to put a better shape and direction to solving issues such as the contribution of diet to obesity and Non-Communicable Disease, environmental harms associated with the food system and the threats to us all around food integrity and complex supply chains. Our community is pivotal to shaping the goals and direction of our Missions – why not join us and help shape the future of the food system? www.eitfood.eu #innovation #foodinnovation #foodsystems #futureoffood #foodchain #sustainableproduction #foodsafety #foodwaste #foodsecurity #farmtofork #regenerativeagriculture #regenerativefarming #healthydiet
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health Webinar 1: Patient Advocacy on AMR in the EU: Where do we begin?
Webinar 1: Patient Advocacy on AMR in the EU: Where do we begin?
24 Jun 2024
European Patients' Forum
The first of a webinar series hosted by the European Patients’ Forum (EPF) and The AMR Narrative.
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food Communicating about Gut Health & the Microbiome | Food Facts Webinar
Communicating about Gut Health & the Microbiome | Food Facts Webinar
24 Jun 2024
European Food Inform...
Gut health and the microbiome are topics being discussed everywhere. Online searches for the keyword “gut health” reached an all-time high in early 2024, while on social media, the hashtag #guthealth has been viewed over 3 billion times on TikTok. With all this information circling around, there’s also a lot of misinformation out there. We want to bring science back to the centre of the debate! This webinar aims to support journalists and science communicators by presenting some of the latest scientific developments on fermented foods and health and arming them with skills and tips for aligning their communication on gut health and the microbiome with the latest science. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions and access a pool of scientific experts to quote in their future reporting. The webinar featured presentations by  Kristina Campbell, science writer and author of Gut Health for Dummies and Rain Kuldjärv, Team Lead at TFTAK, a researcher in the field of fermented foods and functional food development, as well as the author of Fermentation-Plain and Simple. The Food Facts Network is a platform that facilitates information exchange between researchers and journalists/communicators to achieve better food and nutrition science communication in traditional and social media.  The initiative is led by the European Food Information Council (EUFIC). The Food Fact Network: https://sustainable-food-systems-network.mobilize.io/ EUFIC: https://www.eufic.org/en/
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food Sustainable Aquaculture - Innovative farming techniques shaping the food system
Sustainable Aquaculture - Innovative farming techniques shaping the food system
21 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Sustainable aquaculture methods can protect our oceans and help meet the increasing demand for seafood. Discover the technologies that our community of startups and experts are championing to help reduce bycatch, improve feedstocks and eliminate waste. The sustainability of the fishing and aquaculture industries is increasingly in the spotlight. With documentaries such as Seaspiracy making claims about these industries, it is important to know and understand the facts. FoodUnfolded have explored different ways to stop unsustainable fishing and EIT Food’s blog looks at the situation in Europe and how sustainable aquaculture can help to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): https://bit.ly/2VKtit1 #SustainableAquaculture #SustainableFishing #SustainableFishFarming
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food EU Elections 2024: Expert Debrief and Q&A
EU Elections 2024: Expert Debrief and Q&A
21 Jun 2024
ForeignPolicyCentre
The results of the June 2024 European Parliament elections may have far-reaching impacts upon the EU, its neighbourhood and globally, as the Parliament will shape EU policies on topics from the economy and climate to defence. They are also an important barometer of public opinion, with the performance of right-wing, populist parties in particular being closely watched. This webinar, co-organised by the Foreign Policy Centre and Aston University, provided an opportunity for key experts to share their insights and answer audience questions both on the factors underpinning the results and their likely consequences. Speakers: - Dr Johannes Lindner, Co-Director of the Jacques Delors Centre - Professor Sofia Vasilopoulou, Professor of European Politics at King’s College London - David Harley, Former Deputy Secretary-General of the European Parliament and a Member of FPC’s Advisory Council The discussion was chaired by: Dr Ed Turner, Aston University and FPC Senior Research Fellow.
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food Safe Acrylamide Campaign Reel
Safe Acrylamide Campaign Reel
20 Jun 2024
Safe Food Advocacy E...
Safe Acrylamide Campaign Reel
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health A new generation: Syrian children born in Jordan hold onto hope
A new generation: Syrian children born in Jordan hold onto hope
20 Jun 2024
EU Civil Protection ...
Hussein was only 6 months old when his family fled war-torn Aleppo for the safety of Amman. Since then, his young life has unfolded in Jordan, where he attends a public school alongside Jordanian, Iraqi and other Syrian students. Hussein holds onto the first memories of his early life to capture fragments of a homeland he barely knew. Unlike Hussein, 9-year-olds Ghina and Yahya were never in Syria. To Ghina, Syria is a beautiful land with flowers and a vast blue sea. Yahya imagines Syria as a kite, soaring free in the sky. For over a decade, Jordan has been a beacon of hope for hundreds of thousands of Syrians fleeing war. Today, the country hosts over 640,000 registered Syrian refugees, half of whom are children. Since 2011, over 212,000 Syrian refugees have been born in Jordan. The first generation of Syrian refugees knows no other home, a number that grows each month, with an average 120,000 new births registered in 2023. Read how the EU supports Syrian refugees and their host communities in Jordan: https://europa.eu/!tFrpHv #EUHumanitarianAid #WithRefugees #Syria Follow us on: Facebook: @ec.humanitarian.aid Instagram: @eu_echo X (Twitter): @eu_echo Mastodon: @EC_ECHO LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/eu-in-emergencies/ © European Union, 2024.
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health A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Ghina
A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Ghina
20 Jun 2024
EU Civil Protection ...
“My mum and dad told me Syria is very big and beautiful, it is green and has a lot of flowers, and there is a sea. I hope to visit Syria,” says 9-year-old Ghina. She is a Syrian refugee born in Jordan. “I love my school, my mum and dad, and I love going to school. I dream of growing up and becoming a lawyer,” she says. For over a decade, Jordan has been a beacon of hope for hundreds of thousands of Syrians fleeing war. Today, the country hosts over 640,000 registered Syrian refugees, half of whom are children. Since 2011, over 212,000 Syrian refugees have been born in Jordan. The first generation of Syrian refugees knows no other home, a number that grows each month, with an average 120,000 new births registered in 2023. Read how the EU supports Syrian refugees and their host communities in Jordan: https://europa.eu/!tFrpHv #EUHumanitarianAid #WithRefugees #Syria Follow us on: Facebook: @ec.humanitarian.aid Instagram: @eu_echo X (Twitter): @eu_echo Mastodon: @EC_ECHO LinkedIn: / eu-in-emergencies © European Union, 2024.
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health A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Hussein
A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Hussein
20 Jun 2024
EU Civil Protection ...
“My parents sometimes talk to me about Syria. They tell me what happened in Syria and how it was before the current war,” says 12-year-old Hussein. He is a Syrian refugee raised in Jordan. “I was born in Syria, but I came to Jordan when I was 6 months old,” he adds. For over a decade, Jordan has been a beacon of hope for hundreds of thousands of Syrians fleeing war. Today, the country hosts over 640,000 registered Syrian refugees, half of whom are children. Since 2011, over 212,000 Syrian refugees have been born in Jordan. The first generation of Syrian refugees knows no other home, a number that grows each month, with an average 120,000 new births registered in 2023. Read how the EU supports Syrian refugees and their host communities in Jordan: https://europa.eu/!tFrpHv #EUHumanitarianAid #WithRefugees #Syria Follow us on: Facebook: @ec.humanitarian.aid Instagram: @eu_echo X (Twitter): @eu_echo Mastodon: @EC_ECHO LinkedIn: / eu-in-emergencies © European Union, 2024.
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health A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Yahya
A new generation of Syrian children: the story of Yahya
20 Jun 2024
EU Civil Protection ...
“[My friends] talked to me about Syria. They were there, was erupted and Syria was destroyed and they told me they had a home there,” says Yahya. He is a Syrian refugee born in Jordan. “I thought of returning to Syria. I love it so much because I am Syrian,” he says. For over a decade, Jordan has been a beacon of hope for hundreds of thousands of Syrians fleeing war. Today, the country hosts over 640,000 registered Syrian refugees, half of whom are children. Since 2011, over 212,000 Syrian refugees have been born in Jordan. The first generation of Syrian refugees knows no other home, a number that grows each month, with an average 120,000 new births registered in 2023. Read how the EU supports Syrian refugees and their host communities in Jordan: https://europa.eu/!tFrpHv #EUHumanitarianAid #WithRefugees #Syria Follow us on: Facebook: @ec.humanitarian.aid Instagram: @eu_echo X (Twitter): @eu_echo Mastodon: @EC_ECHO LinkedIn: / eu-in-emergencies © European Union, 2024.
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food EFSA's scientific experts: independent advice for EU food safety
EFSA's scientific experts: independent advice for EU food safety
20 Jun 2024
EFSAchannel
EFSA’s experts provide independent scientific advice on risks associated with the food chain, typically responding to requests from the European Commission, the European Parliament, or EU Member States. Find out in this short video how – from mandate acceptance to the approval of a scientific output – EFSA ensures scientific rigour and transparency, bringing together expertise from different disciplines to deliver trusted scientific advice for the benefit of European citizens. The current subtitles have been automatically produced by YouTube. EFSA does not accept any liability for mistakes or inaccuracies resulting from the transcribing process Subtitles are available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Click on the setting button to select your preferred language subtitles and then click on “turn on captions” button in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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food Los Salvacomidas - Las Yayas Nostre - 4th edition
Los Salvacomidas - Las Yayas Nostre - 4th edition
19 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Las YaYas Nostre presents Los Salvacomidas by FoodEducators, a comprehensive educational program for primary school students that promotes healthy eating and zero waste. The program is implemented across all Autonomous Communities in Spain and offers dynamic and innovative teaching resources, including additional materials such as video games and demonstration videos. For more information, visit: https://salvacomidas.eitfood.eu/. If you are a teacher interested in introducing good eating habits and sustainable practices in your classroom, we welcome you to join us! Register now at the following link: https://salvacomidas.eitfood.eu/programa-educativo/me-inscribo/ Meet FoodEducators: https://www.foodeducators.eu/ / Las YaYas Nostre presentan Los Salvacomidas by FoodEducators, un programa educativo transversal para estudiantes de primaria que aboca por la alimentación saludable y el desperdicio cero. El programa se realiza en todas las Comunidades Autónomas de España y ofrece recursos didácticos dinámicos y originales, además de materiales extra como videojuegos o vídeos demostrativos. Más información aquí: https://salvacomidas.eitfood.eu/ Si eres un profesor o profesora interesado en llevar los buenos hábitos alimenticios y medidas sostenibles a tu clase, te esperamos! Regístrate ahora en el siguiente link: https://salvacomidas.eitfood.eu/programa-educativo/me-inscribo/ Conoce a FoodEducators: https://www.foodeducators.eu/
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food #Iron in our body: 5 things you need to know!
#Iron in our body: 5 things you need to know!
19 Jun 2024
EFSAchannel
It's important to maintain a healthy iron intake without going overboard. Our scientists have set safe intake levels. Looking for a plain language summary of our opinion? Look no further → https://europa.eu/!GBm47Y Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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food EIT Food e-breakfast With... Waste Upcycling & Recycling -12 June 2024
EIT Food e-breakfast With... Waste Upcycling & Recycling -12 June 2024
18 Jun 2024
EIT Food
The e-Breakfast with... sessions offer the ideal space for networking, listening, thinking and discussing with other partners. The topic dealt wiith Waste Upcycling & Recycling and counted with the presence of speakers from Danone Nutritia Research, Hub Innovazione Trentino (HIT) with the intervention of 2 of its shareholders - The University of Trento and Fondazione Edmund Mac-, a Turkish startup Malty Foods and an expert from EIT Food's Agrifood Futures Expert Community, OREKA.
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food EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank: An Introduction
EIT Food Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank: An Introduction
18 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Learn about EIT Food's Healthy Ageing Think & Do Tank. The initiative brings together experts from industry, academia, and policy, to accelerate food system transformation to promote healthy ageing. Find out more: https://www.eitfood.eu/projects/eit-food-healthy-ageing-think-tank #farmtofork #sustainableconsumption #nutrition #healthyageing #healthyaging #policy #foodsystems #foodinnovation #foodindustry
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health How To Solve ChatGPT Hallucinations? - The Medical Futurist
How To Solve ChatGPT Hallucinations? - The Medical Futurist
18 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
Large language models like ChatGPT can sometimes stumble. Just the other day, I asked it for sources on some answers, and it gave me a bunch of incorrect links. But there are ways to navigate these situations! I've got a tip to help you avoid falling for hallucinations from LLMs.
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food Healthy Planet, Healthy People: the case for sustainable food policies
Healthy Planet, Healthy People: the case for sustainable food policies
17 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Delegates at the Future of Food 2023 explain why it is vital to design food policies that tackle nutrition and sustainability simultaneously #foodpolicy #foodinnovation #foodsystems #futureoffood #foodchain #sustainableproduction #foodsafety #foodwaste #foodsecurity #farmtofork #regenerativeagriculture #regenerativefarming #healthydiet
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food Green Growth: Balancing sustainability and profit in regenerative agriculture
Green Growth: Balancing sustainability and profit in regenerative agriculture
17 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Delegates at the Future of Food 2023 explain why new farming models need to both sustainable and economically viable #innovation #foodinnovation #foodsystems #futureoffood #foodchain #sustainableproduction #foodwaste #foodsecurity #farmtofork #regenerativeagriculture #regenerativefarming #healthydiet
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food Generation Change: a message to food policymakers from youth
Generation Change: a message to food policymakers from youth
17 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Youth ChangeMakers at the Future of Food 2023 share their visions for the future of food in Europe and how policymakers can enable change #innovation #foodinnovation #foodsystems #futureoffood #foodchain #sustainableproduction #changemakers #foodwaste #foodsecurity #farmtofork #regenerativeagriculture #regenerativefarming #healthydiet
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food Mind Over Menu: using behavioural science to create more sustainable food environments
Mind Over Menu: using behavioural science to create more sustainable food environments
17 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Cortney Price, from the FAO, explains why insights from behavioural science can help to create food environments where consumers are nudged towards healthier and more sustainable diets #innovation #foodinnovation #foodsystems #futureoffood #foodchain #sustainability #psychology #foodwaste #foodsecurity #farmtofork #regenerativeagriculture #regenerativefarming #healthydiet
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health World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2024 | Minister Butler
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2024 | Minister Butler
15 Jun 2024
Department of Health
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day provides an opportunity for us all to raise awareness to address and prevent the abuse of older people. #WEAAD #WEAAD2024 #AdultSafeguarding @marybutlertd1705 TRANSCRIPT: Today I'm proud to wear the purple ribbon to support World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2024. The theme this year is 'An Uncomfortable Truth: Sexual Violence of Older People'. While it is a challenging and sensitive subject, we must talk about it and raise awareness so that we can tackle it. We have learned very painfully that sexual abuse of older people can happen anywhere, including where they live. Sexual violence is never the victim's or the survivor's fault. The HSE is completing a new sexual safety framework and I look forward to the early launch of this important initiative. Earlier this year, I published a new draft policy on adult safeguarding for the sector and launched a public consultation on it. The new policy will re-emphasise that everyone, regardless of their medical condition or age, must be believed and supported when they report abuse. If you are or have been a victim of sexual violence, help and support is available by contacting the freephone 24-Hour National Sexual Violence Helpline at 1800 7788 88. Also, anyone who has a concern about the safeguarding of an older person should contact the HSE on 1800 700 700 to access advice and support. World Elder Abuse Awareness Day provides an opportunity for us all to promote a better understanding of sexual and other abuse of older persons. Look after yourself.
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food Regenerative Food Systems: the role of data, technology, finance & risk, a LinkedIn Live event
Regenerative Food Systems: the role of data, technology, finance & risk, a LinkedIn Live event
12 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Hosted by our CEO Richard Zaltzman, we were thrilled to welcome industry experts for this discussion: Sara Roversi, Founder of Future Food Institute, and Mirva Lampinen, Co-Creation Manager at VTT, an EIT Food partner. Together, we looked at why regenerative practices must go beyond agriculture to include regenerative production, distribution, processing, retail, and consumption. We discussed how new and innovative regenerative practices can work together to make a real positive difference for people and planet, and the role of technology, data, and finance and risk. This was an opportunity to explore first-hand the impact the EIT Food community is having in building an innovative and resilient food system, what it means to be part of the community and the funding and collaboration opportunities it offers.
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health Practice Futures Exercises With The Medical Futurist! - Live Q&A
Practice Futures Exercises With The Medical Futurist! - Live Q&A
11 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
As The Medical Futurist, Dr. Bertalan Meskó has spent over a decade analyzing the near future of medicine and healthcare, focusing on the evolution and progress of advanced technologies like AI and digital health. Join Dr. Meskó in a live Q&A session where you'll have the unique opportunity to practice futures exercises. Learn methods that will help you prepare for the future of healthcare and your profession. Discover how easy it is to learn futures methods and analyze potential futures alongside a professional futurist. This session will cover various techniques used in futures studies, including scenario planning, trend analysis, forecasting and horizon scanning. Engage in interactive discussions and hands-on activities designed to enhance your foresight skills. Be part of this enlightening session and equip yourself with the knowledge to anticipate and navigate the future of medicine and healthcare.
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health European Drug Report 2024: Speech by Chair of EMCDDA Management Board Franz Pietsch
European Drug Report 2024: Speech by Chair of EMCDDA Management Board Franz Pietsch
11 Jun 2024
EU Drugs Agency (EMCDDA)
(11.06.2024, Lisbon) Potent synthetic substances, new drug mixtures and changing patterns of use pose a growing threat in Europe. These are among the issues raised today by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) as it launches its European Drug Report 2024: Trends and Developments. https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/european-drug-report/2024_en
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health European Drug Report 2024: Speech by European Commissioner Ylva Johansson
European Drug Report 2024: Speech by European Commissioner Ylva Johansson
11 Jun 2024
EU Drugs Agency (EMCDDA)
(11.06.2024, Lisbon) Potent synthetic substances, new drug mixtures and changing patterns of use pose a growing threat in Europe. These are among the issues raised today by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) as it launches its European Drug Report 2024: Trends and Developments. https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/european-drug-report/2024_en
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health Recording of the online launch event of the European Drug Report 2024
Recording of the online launch event of the European Drug Report 2024
11 Jun 2024
EU Drugs Agency (EMCDDA)
Date: 11 June 2024 at 10.00 (Lisbon), 11.00 CET (Brussels) Press conference (online): - Ylva Johansson, European Commissioner for Home Affairs - Franz Pietsch, Chair of the EMCDDA Management Board (Austria) - Alexis Goosdeel, EMCDDA Director More information: https://www.emcdda.europa.eu/event/2024/06/launch-event-european-drug-report-2024_en
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health 7 Mindblowing Healthcare Innovations - The Medical Futurist
7 Mindblowing Healthcare Innovations - The Medical Futurist
11 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
Today, we will explore fascinating medical innovations that showcase how creative thinking can lead to significant advancements in healthcare. These innovations make me really optimistic about the future of care.
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food EIT Food Webinar Roles in Projects
EIT Food Webinar Roles in Projects
10 Jun 2024
EIT Food
This is the recording of the webinar where we explained the roles of Activity Leaders and Programme Managers which will ease your work during the grant cycle periods in PLAZA. If you have any questions reach out to [email protected].
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food How to bring health and sustainability together in food system research? | 6th June 2024
How to bring health and sustainability together in food system research? | 6th June 2024
7 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
This webinar explores the intersection between health and sustainability within current food systems research. Often, research efforts primarily focus on one aspect like sustainability, while the health aspect is overlooked. For instance, products marketed as environmentally friendly (e.g. meat substitutes) may not always align with health recommendations. Thus, it remains a challenge to effectively balance sustainability and health considerations in food system research. Speakers: • Fabrice DeClerck, Chief Science Officer at EAT Lancet Commission on Food, Planet and Health • Pieter van ‘t Veer, Professor in Nutrition, Public Health and Sustainability at Wageningen University Moderator: Laura Fernández Celemin, Director General of EUFIC This webinar was organised by the FOODPathS project (funded by the European Commission), in collaboration with JPI HDHL. Discover all the FOODPathS webinars and other activities on our website https://www.foodpaths.eu/ and follow us on LinkedIn and X (#FOODPathS).
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food Second DRG4FOOD guidelines webinar on Open Call #2
Second DRG4FOOD guidelines webinar on Open Call #2
7 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
In this second informative webinar, Maja Fišić, Open Call Manager at DRG4FOOD guided participants through on rules, eligibility criteria, challenge areas, and the support we offer, including financial, business, and technical assistance. DRG4Food's Open Call #2 is focused on pilot projects that harness digital innovation in the food industry, with a spotlight on Food Tracking, Targeted Nutrition, and Consumer Food Choices. It invites applications from consortia comprising 2 to 3 members, which can include SMEs/startups, research and technology organizations, universities, and end users such as NGOs and consumer groups. The call prioritizes projects that address user needs, offer societal benefits, and emphasize openness, user-centricity, sovereignty, and trust. Benefits of joining our pilot program include: - Funding of up to €300,000 per pilot project - Access to technology enablers and technical support - Mentorship and group coaching - Specialized training in technical, business, and digital responsibility aspects
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food Coffee with the Editor episode 3 - International Journal of Food Science and Technology
Coffee with the Editor episode 3 - International Journal of Food Science and Technology
6 Jun 2024
IFST
IJFST editor-in-chief Charles Brennan sits down for informal coffee conversations with authors to demystify their recent research articles. In episode 3 Charles talks to Professor Alessandra Marti from the University of Milan. They discuss her paper on using pre-gelatinised red lentils in pasta production to improve starch properties and pasta cooking behaviour. Read Professor Alessandra Marti's paper published in the International Journal of Food Science & Technology here: https://ifst.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ijfs.16312
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health Free Contraception extended to women aged 32 to 35
Free Contraception extended to women aged 32 to 35
6 Jun 2024
Department of Health
From July, the free contraception scheme will be extended to women aged 32-35.
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health Countdown to the EU HTA: how can we seize this opportunity to improve patient access to medicines?
Countdown to the EU HTA: how can we seize this opportunity to improve patient access to medicines?
6 Jun 2024
EFPIA
In January 2025, the EU HTA Regulation will become a reality: all new cancer medicines and advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) will be jointly assessed at the EU level. The new EU HTA presents a significant opportunity for Europe to speed up access to new treatments, but only if we find a workable solution for a truly European assessment of the best available evidence. Watch this insightful webinar where experts explore strategies for collaboration to ensure that EU HTA enhances patient access to treatments.
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health The top 4 things limiting AI's adoption - The Medical Futurist #shorts
The top 4 things limiting AI's adoption - The Medical Futurist #shorts
6 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
The top 4 things limiting AI's adoption - The Medical Futurist #shorts
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health Societal Intelligence: Bringing diverse knowledge to the table
Societal Intelligence: Bringing diverse knowledge to the table
5 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
COVID-19 turned leaders across the public sector into crisis managers in charge of swift adaptation and innovation of public services. Some leaders faced backlashes while others generated great community support. What made the difference? With this online seminar, we invite you to become an early adopter of findings from the EU funded ROBUST project. Our goal is to identify strategies for leaders in the public sector to responding robustly to the turbulent crises, we have all come to expect of the future. Interested to find out more? See our website: robust-crisis-governance.eu Join the conversation on our LinkedIn learning hub: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12858685/
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health Robust Crisis Governance: Delivering public value in turbulent times
Robust Crisis Governance: Delivering public value in turbulent times
5 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
COVID-19 turned leaders across the public sector into crisis managers in charge of swift adaptation and innovation of public services. Some leaders faced backlashes while others generated great community support. What made the difference? With this online seminar, we invite you to become an early adopter of findings from the EU funded ROBUST project. Our goal is to identify strategies for leaders in the public sector to responding robustly to the turbulent crises, we have all come to expect of the future. Interested to find out more? See our website: robust-crisis-governance.eu Join the conversation on our LinkedIn learning hub: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12858685/
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health Embracing Hybridity: How mixing and matching makes governance flexible
Embracing Hybridity: How mixing and matching makes governance flexible
5 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
The public sector relies on organizational specialization and clear role divisions to deliver effective public services. But in moments of crisis, it’s all hands on deck. This session highlights professionals taking on tasks far outside of their comfort zones. With this online seminar, we invite you to become an early adopter of findings from the EU funded ROBUST project. Our goal is to identify strategies for leaders in the public sector to responding robustly to the turbulent crises, we have all come to expect of the future. Interested to find out more? See our website: robust-crisis-governance.eu Join the conversation on our LinkedIn learning hub: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12858685/
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health Multi-Level Governance in a Crisis: Why interaction and dialogue matters
Multi-Level Governance in a Crisis: Why interaction and dialogue matters
5 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
When business as usual is turned upside down, decision making hierarchies and routines are put under great strain as local decision makers need to act swiftly. We look at instances of multi-level governance where open dialogue helped save the day. With this online seminar, we invite you to become an early adopter of findings from the EU funded ROBUST project. Our goal is to identify strategies for leaders in the public sector to responding robustly to the turbulent crises, we have all come to expect of the future. Interested to find out more? See our website: robust-crisis-governance.eu Join the conversation on our LinkedIn learning hub: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12858685/
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food What is the objective of the DOMINO project? Hear from our partners!
What is the objective of the DOMINO project? Hear from our partners!
5 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
Meet the people behind the DOMINO project! DOMINO is an EU project that focuses on harnessing the potential of fermentation for healthy and sustainable foods. Interested to know more our research on fermented foods and their impact on gut health? Learn more at www.domino-euproject.eu
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food What is the connection between fermented foods and our health?
What is the connection between fermented foods and our health?
5 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
The experts behind the DOMINO project tell us about the latest research in the nexus between fermented food, gut microbial diversity and human health. DOMINO is a European Funded project that focuses on harnessing the potential of fermentation for healthy and sustainable foods. Interesting to know more our research on fermented foods and their impact on gut health? Learn more at www.domino-euproject.eu
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food What are fermented foods?
What are fermented foods?
5 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
DOMINO experts tell us about the microbes present in fermented foods, and how these can impact our health. DOMINO is a European Funded project that focuses on harnessing the potential of fermentation for healthy and sustainable foods. Interesting to know more our research on fermented foods and their impact on gut health? Learn more at www.domino-euproject.eu
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food Fermented foods and metabolic disease: DOMINO's research
Fermented foods and metabolic disease: DOMINO's research
5 Jun 2024
SciFoodHealth
DOMINO aims to understand how fermented foods can help reverse or stabilise metabolic syndromes such as abdominal obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidaemia and arterial-1 hypertension. DOMINO is a European Funded project that focuses on harnessing the potential of fermentation for healthy and sustainable foods. Interesting to know more our research on fermented foods and their impact on gut health? Learn more at www.domino-euproject.eu
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health Strengthening health systems: A practical handbook for resilience testing
Strengthening health systems: A practical handbook for resilience testing
5 Jun 2024
European Observatory...
This event was jointly organized by the OECD and the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies on 19 March 2024, in Brussels and online. The COVID-19 pandemic underscored the critical need for health systems to be resilient against major disruptions. Despite the significant impact that crises such as pandemics, climate change effects, geopolitical conflicts, financial collapses or digital failures can have on economies and societies, policy makers in the health sector lack tools to test how their health systems would cope with extreme stress. This workshop is designed to explain the new handbook for resilience testing and provide actionable insights and strategies for fortifying health systems against future challenges. Speakers European Commission: Sandra Gallina (DG SANTE) and Nathalie Berger (DG REFORM) European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies: Josep Figueras, Jonathan Cylus, Julia Zimmermann, Marina Karanikolos and Suszy Lessof OECD Health Division: Francesca Colombo, Frederico Guanais, Maria Ines Francisco Viva and Philip Haywood WHO Regional Office for Europe: Hans Kluge Country perspectives: Dirk Ramaekers, Belgium Elizabeth Diago, Spain Gintaras Kacevičius, Lithuania Liina-Kaisa Tynkkynen, Finland Lilian Vildiridi, Greece Michael Stoto, USA Nestor Alfonzo Santamaria, OECD High Level Risk Forum https://eurohealthobservatory.who.int/news-room/events/item/2024/03/19/default-calendar/strengthening-health-systems-a-practical-handbook-for-resilience-testing
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health EIT Health Spotlight | Girls Go Circular: Bridging the digital gender divide
EIT Health Spotlight | Girls Go Circular: Bridging the digital gender divide
5 Jun 2024
EIT Health
To unlock the potential of women in digital sectors, the European Institute of Innovation and Technology and its Innovation Communities created the Girls Go Circular Programme, which provides online learning centred on the circular economy to equip young European girls with crucial digital and entrepreneurial skills. Recognising that the gender gap in STEM is adding to the known talent shortage in healthcare, EIT Health has introduced specific health modules aligned with EIT’s Deep Tech Talent Initiative pledge to have one million people skilled in deep tech by 2025. Empowering girls between the ages of 14 – 19 not only serves the individuals but has a ripple effect on communities and the broader economy. As these girls gain vital digital skills and insights into the circular economy they become ambassadors of change, paving the way for increased gender representation in STEM fields. Our short film, produced by BBC StoryWorks Commercial productions, tells this important story through the lens of Girls Go Circular graduate, Kelly, who is now, thanks in part to Girls Go Circular, studying electrical and computer engineering at university. We hear from secondary school teacher Evgenia on why she championed the programme. Through Kelly and Evgenia’s eyes, discover why Girls Go Circular is vital, how it works, the life-changing benefits it brings to students and the wider societal impact. Watch this compelling story of how our pan-European online learning programme, funded by EIT, opened Kelly’s career horizons in STEM and is helping build an inclusive digital future for Europe!
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health EU Elections 2024: MEP Adam Jarubas supports the #Vote4Patients Campaign
EU Elections 2024: MEP Adam Jarubas supports the #Vote4Patients Campaign
5 Jun 2024
European Patients' Forum
EU Elections 2024: MEP Adam Jarubas supports the #Vote4Patients Campaign
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health Who can practice precision medicine? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
Who can practice precision medicine? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
5 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
Who can practice precision medicine? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
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health Is It Possible To Predict The Future? - The Medical Futurist
Is It Possible To Predict The Future? - The Medical Futurist
5 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
Despite the fact that the word “future” is singular in almost every language, there are such things as ‘futures’. We often discuss the future as if it were a single predetermined path. However, in reality, there are numerous potential futures that could unfold. This concept is crucial because it opens up the possibility of actively shaping the future we desire, rather than passively accepting a single inevitable outcome. And how do futurists do this in practice? Though three steps: 1) We articulate and define the grand visions that could materialize within these potential futures. 2) We help discern which options seem most promising, impactful, or beneficial, which hold great significance particularly in important fields like healthcare and medicine. 3) We do backcasting to determine the steps we need to take today to reach those desired future outcomes. Essentially, the future isn't set in stone, but rather a branching tree of potential outcomes influenced by our choices and actions today. This understanding empowers us to make informed decisions that can steer us towards a more desirable future.
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health EPHA Event - Prioritising Health in Europe’s Mobility Planning: Transformative Pathways Beyond 2024
EPHA Event - Prioritising Health in Europe’s Mobility Planning: Transformative Pathways Beyond 2024
4 Jun 2024
European Public Heal...
Today, road transport is the only sector where emissions have consistently risen in recent years. The links between transport and health and wider co-benefits have long been recognised in European partnerships and European policies, more recently in the Budapest Declaration adopted by countries of the WHO European Region. This included a commitment to promote healthy, safe, climate-friendly and inclusive mobility and transport for all. How can we now leverage these favourable conditions to achieve transformative change across Europe via local clean transport solutions that promote health, safety and climate-friendliness?
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food EIT Food | Empowering Women in Agrifood (EWA) 2024
EIT Food | Empowering Women in Agrifood (EWA) 2024
4 Jun 2024
EIT Food
Empowering Women in Agrifood (EWA) is a pioneering programme led by EIT Food, dedicated to equipping women entrepreneurs in the agrifood sector with the tools they need to thrive. Through our intensive 6-month programme, participants receive comprehensive training, personalized mentoring, and exclusive networking opportunities. By the end of the programme, you'll emerge with the knowledge, confidence, and support to turn your ideas into successful, sustainable businesses. Regardless of your age, family situation, or business experience, EWA welcomes women from all backgrounds.
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health WHA77 side event on social participation for PHC, UHC and health security
WHA77 side event on social participation for PHC, UHC and health security
4 Jun 2024
European Observatory...
The participation of people, communities and civil society in health decision-making processes can make policies and programmes more equitable, responsive and efficient, improve service uptake and foster trust. As World Health Organization Member States pursued a resolution on social participation for the 77th World Health Assembly, the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies published a Eurohealth special issue to explain what social participation is and what it is not, why it matters, and how it can be advanced at country level. This Eurohealth special issue was launched launched during this WHA77 side event on social participation on 28 May at 18:00 in Geneva, offering a unique opportunity to promote social participation as a means to accelerate progress towards Universal Health Coverage, health and well-being. You can now watch the recording here or on our website: https://eurohealthobservatory.who.int/news-room/events/item/2024/05/28/default-calendar/moving-from-principles-to-action-on-social-participation-for-uhc-health-and-well-being-(world-health-assembly-side-event)
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health Drugs and Alcohol Services Map | Minister Burke
Drugs and Alcohol Services Map | Minister Burke
4 Jun 2024
Department of Health
4 June 2024: Minister Colm Burke TD has launched an interactive map of the 442 publicly-funded drug and alcohol treatment services nationwide: https://drugsandalcohol.ie/services_map This initiative highlights the considerable investment in provision of these services in recent years. https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/54b9e-minister-burke-launches-interactive-map-to-facilitate-access-to-442-publicly-funded-drug-treatment-and-family-support-services/ TRANSCRIPT: Hello. Today I want to speak to you about the vast network of services providing drug and alcohol treatment across Ireland. The network includes 442 services in receipt of public funding, and from today, for the first time, they are all accessible via an interactive online map. This is a project carried out in partnership between the Department of Health and the Health Research Board and is designed to make information about vital services easily accessible to those who may need it. You'll find it on the website, drugsandalcohol.ie As you can see, it's easy to use and clearly identifies the various types of services available all over the country, including residential and community services. This online tool is for you, for people in your community, and people close to you who may be impacted by drug and alcohol addiction. It will also assist the newly established HSE Health Regions by enabling more informed decision making and planning for drug and alcohol services into the future. As Minister for Public Health, Wellbeing, and the National Drugs Strategy, I am committed to supporting the implementation of the national drugs strategy, and this initiative illustrates how we're working to reduce the harm caused by addiction. I commend the Health Research Board for their work on this excellent resource and I hope it provides very valuable support in helping those who need it to take that first step towards recovery.
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health How are pharma companies using AI? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
How are pharma companies using AI? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
4 Jun 2024
The Medical Futurist
How are pharma companies using AI? - The Medical Futurist #shorts
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health Accelerating primary health care transformation with evidence (WHA side event)
Accelerating primary health care transformation with evidence (WHA side event)
3 Jun 2024
European Observatory...
17:30 - 20:00 CET, Monday 27 May 2024 Jardin de Penthes Ch. de l'Impératrice 18 Geneve (Domaine de Penthes) What works, and how, in implementing the primary health care (PHC) approach in health systems transformation? This evidence is instrumental in the efforts to materialize the Astana Declaration and to strengthen political momentum towards universal health coverage (UHC). The best evidence is generated through implementation research, country case studies, leadership-oriented training, and partnerships. Despite progress made to generate PHC intelligence that is contextualized and policy-oriented, countries and regions need innovative ways to learn from each other about the PHC approach. Various global products, resources and initiatives have been developed to respond to this need, including: - Implementing the Primary Health Care Approach: A Primer – global evidence on PHC implementation and a guide on the “how” of PHC, to help policy-makers make the case for investing in primary care, deliver change in practice and move towards UHC. - Primary Health Care Country Case Study Compendium - a global web-based search engine for finding and filtering PHC country case studies. - Leadership Course on PHC: A comprehensive 80-hour course delivered through a digital learning platform equipping leaders to drive PHC-oriented health system transformations These products will be presented during a hybrid side event of the 77th World Health Assembly in Geneva on Monday 27 May, organised by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Health of Spain. Join us in person or online to discuss innovative experiences in implementing the PHC approach, exchange practices for cross-country capacity building, and learn about the proposed Coalition of PHC Partners. The event will take place in English, with live Interpretation via Zoom in Spanish and Russian.
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health Acute Hospital Inpatient Bed Capacity Expansion Plan 2024 2031
Acute Hospital Inpatient Bed Capacity Expansion Plan 2024 2031
31 May 2024
Department of Health
The Government's plan to deliver 4,365 acute hospital beds by 2031 will increase capacity across all 6 HSE regions, benefiting the entire population.
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health Eyeque, The Home Vision Test - The Medical Futurist
Eyeque, The Home Vision Test - The Medical Futurist
31 May 2024
The Medical Futurist
EyeQue Insight lets anyone test their vision at home so people living in rural areas, with special needs or no access to transportation could still make sure they have the necessary sight test from time to time. Just like the traditional vision testing, it measures each eye separately and then together, revealing the visual acuity on the smartphone screen upon completion. It can also test for contrast sensitivity and colour blindness.
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food Fish can carry parasites that are transmissible to humans! #FishParasites #ZoonoticParasites
Fish can carry parasites that are transmissible to humans! #FishParasites #ZoonoticParasites
31 May 2024
EFSAchannel
Did you know that most farmed fish species show no evidence of parasites that can infect humans? However, more date is needed to determine how common certain parasites are in certain farmed fish. There are the key findings in our scientific opinion, which also evaluates new methods for detecting and killing parasites in fish. 📖 🔎 Find out more: https://europa.eu/!bNTXkB Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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food EIT Food - IP Garden Lunch & Learn
EIT Food - IP Garden Lunch & Learn
30 May 2024
EIT Food
The IP Garden Lunch & Learn was a virtual event showcasing EIT Food’s Intellectual Property (IP) Garden, a new programme aimed at facilitating Open Innovation through technology transfer and knowledge sharing. In this Lunch & Learn, we introduced participants to exciting food technologies in our portfolio that are open to collaboration, guided them on how to navigate and engage with our technology portal, and helped them make use of the IP Garden to enhance their R&D activities. Furthermore, we explored the role of EIT Food in supporting innovators' targeted IP transfer and implementation needs.
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health HPV Action Romania - 2024 Promo
HPV Action Romania - 2024 Promo
30 May 2024
European Cancer Orga...
HPV Action Romania - 2024 Promo
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food Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA I
Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA I
29 May 2024
SciFoodHealth
Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA I
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food Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA II
Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA II
29 May 2024
SciFoodHealth
Meet the InnoProtein partners – TECNALIA II
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food National Food Science & Technology Week
National Food Science & Technology Week
28 May 2024
IFST
National Food Science & Technology Week (NFSTW) is a highlight in the Jubilee calendar. Between 3-7 June 2024, we will be championing the very best of food science and technology, with a different focus on each day of the week. We'll be sharing case studies and interviews as well as key resources for students, graduates, and food science professionals. There's no better time than now to work in food; no matter your background, there is a role for you. From unique student perspectives to preparing for the unexpected on World Food Safety Day, there’s so much to learn about and explore with IFST across #foodscitechweek. Keep up to date via our website and social media platforms and stay tuned for exciting content coming your way! Visit www.ifst.org/foodscitechweek to learn more.
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health The socioeconomic drivers and impacts of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
The socioeconomic drivers and impacts of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
28 May 2024
European Observatory...
Socioeconomic and sociocultural factors play a critical role in driving AMR, shaping its health and economic impacts, and influencing the effectiveness of innovations that seek to tackle it. The emergence and spread of AMR relate to a mix of factors including gender, living situations, education, healthcare access, (poor) governance, mobility, conflict, climate change, agriculture and pollution. AMR policy that understands these factors and the way they interact will be more likely to work. But what are the policy areas that matter most? How can we better understand the socioeconomic drivers of AMR? What does good governance look like? Join us to find out! Speakers: Gunnar Ljungqvist (Georgetown University, USA) Esmita Charani (University of Cape Town, South Africa) Anthony McDonnell (Centre for Global Development, UK) Victoria Saint (University of Bielefeld, Germany) Danilo Lo Fo Wong (WHO Regional Office for Europe) Moderators: Michael Anderson (University of Manchester/LSE) and Erica Richardson (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies) 00:00 Intro 02:40 AMR policy brief overview 13:02 Intersectionality and AMR 19:05 Access to antibiotics 27:55 Translational policy-making and AMR 34:49 The WHO AMR roadmap 40:22 Q&A 56:02 Summary
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health Strengthening the EU response to prevention and control of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
Strengthening the EU response to prevention and control of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
28 May 2024
European Observatory...
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major global public health challenge. A range of actions under the One Health approach is needed to address it and keeping it on international and national political agendas is crucial. The EU has a key role to play from legislation, to surveillance, to technical advice. Collaboration between countries is critical and requires suitable transnational governance mechanisms to foster effective links across sectors and between the European, national, regional and local levels. But what are the key, evidence-informed interventions? What factors are critical for successful implementation? How can the EU strengthen its response to AMR? Join us to find out! Speakers: Michael Anderson (University of Manchester/LSE, UK) Chris Fearne (World Health Assembly) Roser Domenech Amado (European Commission) Robb Butler (WHO Regional Office for Europe) Laurane Dubrunfaut (FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, Belgium) Moderators: Dimitri Panteli and Erica Richardson (European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies) 00:00 Intro 05:08 Overview of the AMR policy brief 16:19 Q&A 01:05:54 Conclusion
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health Safer Nightlife 2024 | Minister Burke
Safer Nightlife 2024 | Minister Burke
28 May 2024
Department of Health
28-May-2024. The @HSEIreland Safer Nightlife Programme is at four festivals in 2024. This harm reduction initiative, supported by An Garda Síochána, includes Back of house drug testing, enabling teams to identify high-risk substances and issue health warnings to festival-goers. Colm Burke TD, Minister of State with responsibility for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy. TRANSCRIPT: Hello. As Minister of State with responsibility for the National Drugs Strategy, it gives me great pleasure to give my full support to the HSE Safer Nightlife Programme for the festival period in 2024. This programme builds on the success of previous HSE harm reduction initiatives aimed at reaching people who use drugs as part of the night-time economy and at festivals. We have seen, in recent times, that drug trends can be unpredictable. While it is always safer not to use drugs, we must protect the health and safety of the people who may choose to do so. That's why my priority is to strengthen harm reduction measures, such as drug monitoring. Budget 2024 includes additional funding for the formation of an Early Warning System in partnership with the Health Research Board, strengthening our ability to review and respond to drug trends. This builds on previous funding for the expansion of community-based services as part of the community services enhancement fund. Harm reduction measures, including this year's Safer Nightlife Programme, are an essential component in our efforts to reduce drug harm. This programme is a great example of successful cross sector collaboration between departments and agencies, illustrating the health-led approach to our National Drugs Strategy. I strongly support the work and look forward to meeting with the teams providing health interventions at festivals over the summer period. Thank you.
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food DRG4FOOD guidelines webinar on Open Call #2
DRG4FOOD guidelines webinar on Open Call #2
27 May 2024
SciFoodHealth
DRG4Food announced the launch of Open Call #2 on April 22. In this informative webinar, Maja Fišić, Open Call Manager at DRG4FOOD guided participants through on rules, eligibility criteria, challenge areas, and the support we offer, including financial, business, and technical assistance. DRG4Food's Open Call #2 is focused on pilot projects that harness digital innovation in the food industry, with a spotlight on Food Tracking, Targeted Nutrition, and Consumer Food Choices. It invites applications from consortia comprising 2 to 3 members, which can include SMEs/startups, research and technology organizations, universities, and end users such as NGOs and consumer groups. The call prioritizes projects that address user needs, offer societal benefits, and emphasize openness, user-centricity, sovereignty, and trust. Benefits of joining our pilot program include: - Funding of up to €300,000 per pilot project - Access to technology enablers and technical support - Mentorship and group coaching - Specialized training in technical, business, and digital responsibility aspects
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health #BEACTIVE DAY 2024
#BEACTIVE DAY 2024
27 May 2024
EuropeActive
#BEACTIVE DAY, a European-wide campaign, is an initiative of the European fitness and physical activity sector managed by EuropeActive and its national association partners. This campaign underlines the significance of physical activity by organising a multitude of free events and activities throughout the continent. Experience the thrill of #BEACTIVE DAY, taking place annually on the 23rd of September during the European Week of Sport, with an array of dynamic events spanning the continent! From open-air gyms to bustling parks, schools to virtual challenges, our diverse range of free activities ensures there's something for everyone! Join us for #BEACTIVE DAY, where inclusion knows no bounds. Regardless of age, gender, or ability, everyone is welcome to take part in this year's celebration. In 2024, we shine a spotlight on people with disabilities. EuropeActive will publish an accessibility guide to provide event organisers with useful tips to ensure that everyone feels empowered to join the fun of physical activity
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health #Imagine a future where Parkinson's disease is no longer a source of pain, disability and fear.
#Imagine a future where Parkinson's disease is no longer a source of pain, disability and fear.
27 May 2024
EFPIA
Hear more from Stefan Oelrich, Vice President of EFPIA and Member of the Board of Management at Bayer and Head of its Pharmaceuticals Division.
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health #Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe.
#Imagine a more competitive, healthier and stronger Europe.
27 May 2024
EFPIA
Hear more from Stefan Oelrich, Vice President of EFPIA and Member of the Board of Management at Bayer and Head of its Pharmaceuticals Division.
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health Bulletproof Time Management Strategy - The Medical Futurist
Bulletproof Time Management Strategy - The Medical Futurist
27 May 2024
The Medical Futurist
I’m juggling research, keynote speeches, managing The Medical Futurist team, staying healthy and exercising, unwinding with video games, getting lost in a good book every day and raising a family with two young kids. Yeah, time management is pretty much my middle name! 🙂 I recently shared this strategy with my PhD students, and it got such a positive response that I figured I'd extend the time-saving tips to you all as well in this video. Hopefully you will find something useful among them. And even more importantly, hopefully you will share your method and tips with me! Thank you in advance for that!
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health How do you do co-creation in mental health?
How do you do co-creation in mental health?
25 May 2024
Mental Health Europe
In this webinar, people with lived experience, public health professionals, and experts will examined co-creation from the ground up, asking what it takes to start, and more importantly, how to keep it going. This webinar was organised by the WHO Regional Office for Europe in collaboration with Mental Health Europe on the occasion of European Mental Health Week and European Public Health Week 2024
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food Compressed Air Monitoring - Common Sources of Contamination
Compressed Air Monitoring - Common Sources of Contamination
24 May 2024
International Food S...
Erin Zimmerman, the Technical Service Manager at Trace Analytics, will outline the most common sources of contaminants like particles, water, total oil, and microorganisms in compressed air systems. Learn more about the types of materials in systems that promote clean, dry air, and how to test for dangerous contamination that may impact end products. Download the Presentation Slides and Certificate of Attendance in the files library: https://www.ifsqn.com/forum/index.php/files/file/512-compressed-air-monitoring-common-sources-of-contamination/
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food 100 conversations to regenerate the food system
100 conversations to regenerate the food system
24 May 2024
EIT Food
Sneak peek into the first 100 days of Richard Zaltzman as a CEO of EIT Food, his conversations with colleagues and food system partners to accelerate the transition to a better food system for all. Read more: https://www.eitfood.eu/blog/100-days-as-a-ceo
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health #EUHPP Live Webinar: Increasing mental health understanding, awareness, and acceptance together
#EUHPP Live Webinar: Increasing mental health understanding, awareness, and acceptance together
24 May 2024
Mental Health Europe
This webinar was organised by the European Commission's Health Policy Platform with the support of Mental Health Europe during European Mental Health Week 2024. To mark European Mental Health Week 2024, the European Commission, WHO Europe and Mental Health Europe are joining forces to highlight the power of collaboration and co-creation for the implementation of the EU’s comprehensive approach to mental health. This webinar aims to show that we are better together by showcasing policy approaches and a series of projects that boost the understanding, awareness, and acceptance of mental health. By We can be more impactful if we involve all members of society, especially those with lived experience, on an equal basis. The examples will highlight how mental health can also be addressed through powerful partnerships with the carer, sports, and technology sectors.
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health What is co-creation in mental health? Catherine Brogan explains
What is co-creation in mental health? Catherine Brogan explains
24 May 2024
Mental Health Europe
Catherine Brogan, President of Mental Health Europe Explains the concept of co-creation, the theme of European Mental Health Week 2024
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food Embracing #DiversityMonth with #Pride celebrations in Parma! #DiversityAndInclusion
Embracing #DiversityMonth with #Pride celebrations in Parma! #DiversityAndInclusion
24 May 2024
EFSAchannel
🌈 EFSA is proud to have joined the Pride celebration in Parma last Saturday! Celebrating #DiversityMonth with our commitment to inclusivity and equality for all. Discover more about EFSA on our channels: ▪ Website: https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en ▪ Twitter: https://twitter.com/efsa_eu ▪ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/efsa ▪ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/one_healthenv_eu/
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health EHFF 2024: Future-Proofing Your Business through Strategic Management
EHFF 2024: Future-Proofing Your Business through Strategic Management
23 May 2024
EuropeActive
Catch the highlights from the European Health & Fitness Forum 2024! This year's event featured top industry experts, innovative sessions, and vibrant networking opportunities. Watch to see the best moments and key takeaways from Europe's leading fitness conference. #EHFF2024 #healthandfitness #FitnessIndustry #EuropeActive
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food Powder-based food innovations
Powder-based food innovations
22 May 2024
EIT Food
Powder-based ingredient or formulas support the promotion of healthy and sustainable diets. Learn about the innovations that are helping improve access to nutritious and sustainable food. The startups have been awarded at the Affordable Nutrition Scale-Up Challenge organised by EIT Food and Blendhub. Learn more about EIT Food's mission to achieve healthier lives through food: https://www.eitfood.eu/missions/healthier-lives-through-food, and join our community.
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food EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part03
EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part03
22 May 2024
EIT Food
EIT Food Accelerator Network alumni in the spotlight, sharing their experiences and why they would recommend the programme to other gourd-breaking agrifoodtech startups.
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food EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part01
EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part01
22 May 2024
EIT Food
EIT Food Accelerator Network alumni in the spotlight, sharing their experiences and why they would recommend the programme to other gourd-breaking agrifoodtech startups.
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food EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part02
EIT Food Accelerator Network Innovations Drive Change Interviews Part02
22 May 2024
EIT Food
EIT Food Accelerator Network alumni in the spotlight, sharing their experiences and why they would recommend the programme to other gourd-breaking agrifoodtech startups.
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health Social prescribing: Dismantling silos for community wellbeing
Social prescribing: Dismantling silos for community wellbeing
22 May 2024
European Observatory...
This webinar is organised by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies together with EuroHealthNet and is part of the 2024 edition of the European Public Health Week. Join our webinar on social prescribing to delve into how it can enhance wellbeing through addressing non-medical causes of illness and strengthen person-centred and community-based care. Social prescribing schemes are gaining ground globally, though approaches and levels of implementation vary widely. During this webinar, gain insights from twelve countries on their social prescribing implementation strategies, training programmes, and policy recommendations. We will hear from international experts as we address key questions to shape the future of health care together. Keynote: Giada Scarpetti, TU Berlin & European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Spotlights: Andrew Barnes, Virginia Commonwealth University Daniela Rojatz, Gesundheit Österreich GmbH Cristiano Figueiredo, Caroline Costongs, EuroHealthNet Moderators: Ewout van Ginneken, European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, & Alison Maassen, EuroHealthNet 00:00 Intro 02:25 Poll 03:30 Comparison of social prescribing 15:14 Poll results 17:39 Social prescribing in the United States 25:29 Social prescribing workforce and link workers in Austria 32:34 Social prescribing in Portugal 39:14 Q&A 53:55 Reflections
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