EHFF End of Year Newsletter

Dear friends and colleagues from the EHFF Community. This year has been one of Zoom and Microsoft Teams burn-out for sure. Very sad we’ve not had the chance to meet face to face. Nevertheless, despite the constraints, it seems a lot has been accomplished. As you can see from the features page on the website (or our YouTube…

Latest podcast with our partners Feasta

Symbiosis and system change: potential lessons from mycology Bill O’Dea, a specialist in mycology, talks with Seán Ó Conlaín and Caroline Whyte about the immense contribution that fungi make to the biosphere, their nutritional value, the threats they are facing, the complex symbiotic relationship which they have with each other and with other species, and…

Latest podcast with our partners Feasta

In this podcast we look at potential ways to get beyond the time-consuming, and sometimes quite heated, arguments between those who believe that aggregate ‘green growth’ is possible and those who believe that environmental constraints will oblige us to adopt a different economic goal. Beth Stratford, an economics researcher who is a fellow at the…

EHFF Statement on COVID July 2021

The first lesson is already stated above: if you possibly can, get vaccinated. Time will tell whether people will need top-ups, or whether more vulnerable groups will need annual boosters. Secondly, effective PPE for care workers and healthcare professionals will also protect them and those they care for from more serious consequences. It rests on…

second series of Humanity Rising webinars completed

After the completion of our second series, partnered with Nordic Health 2030 and produced for the Humanity Rising series run by Ubiquity University, we have links to all 10 webinars on our Features page https://ehff.eu/2021-humanity-rising-webinars-with-nordic-health-2030-flyers-and-links/ Ubiquity University has agreed with us a final series of five more webinars which Lars Munter and David Somekh plan to…

July News Flash

Welcoming colleagues who have recently joined the EHFF Community Ruediger Pryss is a German digital health researcher, previously developing tools to monitor tinnitus after a wealth of experience elsewhere and now expanding his team’s scope following engagement in the recently completed European Commission Joint Action on Chronic Disease, CHRODIS plus. Danni Brown is an expert…

Second series of Humanity Rising webinars completed.

After the completion of our second series, partnered with Nordic Health 2030 and produced for the Humanity Rising series run by Ubiquity University, we have links to all 10 webinars on our Features page https://ehff.eu/2021-humanity-rising-webinars-with-nordic-health-2030-flyers-and-links/ Ubiquity University has agreed with us a final series of five more webinars which Lars Munter and David Somekh plan to…

Latest Feasta and EHFF Podcast

Sean O’Conlain and Caroline Whyte speak with Mary McManus, who has worked in the Welfare Rights Advice sector in Belfast for over 20 years, and from Seán Mc Cabe, the Executive Manager of the Climate Justice Centre of TASC, the Irish-based Thinktank for Action on Social Change, about the potential offered by Community Wealth Building.…