EHFF Newsletter No. 2

In this second edition: EHFF supporting it’s partners by David Somekh & Laura Botea (GGI) EHFF and Systems Thinking! by David Somekh Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare: An Artificial Debate by Bernie Merkel Whither Healthcare Policy – Views from a Dutch doctor in London by Daniel Steenstra What to expect in the 3rd Newsletter ‘Acte de…

SCiE (Self-Care initiative Europe) holds Summit ‘Future healthcare 2030’ in Copenhagen April 11-12.

The SCiE initiative is a voluntary project which follows on from collaboation between partners who completed the two tenders for the European Commission on self-care, PiSCE and PROSTEP (search the website for reports on the two closing conferences during 2017). The SCiE website: http://www.scie.eu/summit2018/ identifies that the lead collaborators are DCHE, the Danish Committee for…

Latest news from the CEMPaC project

The major project to set up a European Resource Centre for patient empowerment has now been running for nearly six months. Our funders Robert Bosch Stiftung required us to get charity registration, which we sought in Ireland, having registered EHFF as a limited company there last September, in anticipation of Brexit, as we announced at…

EHFF supports POLLAR project

The POLLAR project is a major initiative from EIT Health (the European Institute of Innovation and Technology health stream) on the Impact of Pollution on Asthma and Rhinitis (for more details, see the EIT website: https://www.eithealth.eu/pollar ) What makes this especially interesting to EHFF is that a member of the consortium running this project is…

EHFF AGM 2018

This year the AGM took place at a hotel near Heathrow airport. Participants flew or travelled in on Sunday, to meet for dinner and spent Monday April 23rd engaging in the formal business of the AGM followed by, after morning coffee, three hours of strategic discussion around the topics of ongoing sustainability of the EHFF organisation…

Connected Health Seminar, Tallinn Estonia

Jim Phillips, Associated Director for EHFF and Director for CEmPaC attended the Connected Health seminar: How to engage and empower patients?  At the Science Park Tehnopol, Tallinn, Estonia in March. The purpose of the event was to showcase good practices, drawing to some extent from local sources in  Estonia, but also with European speakers to help…