European active citizen to advocate on the value of vaccination

Action plan to improve the awareness on vaccine benefit across Europe

Active Citizenship Network strongly believe that vaccination is a right and an extraordinary tool of public health, which must be known, valued, spread and used in the interests of individuals and the community. However, it is necessary to work and contribute to a proper vaccine culture. In addition, it is necessary to ensure rigor and transparency, in order to recover confidence in science.

For this reasons, after the successful event “The challenges of life-course vaccination to enhance public health protection in Europe: a multi-stakeholder approach", ACN will organize a new public event to reflect, in a multi-stakeholder environment, on the commitment of EU Institutions to the topic and to produce a proposal of positioning to strengthen the cooperation among all relevant actors. It would contribute to a more integrated policies cooperation to the theme, avoiding any silos approach.

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Making visible the invisible on Chronic Pain: sharing successful experiences from Spain to Europe

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Pain Euro-Mediterranean Coalition Annual Meeting 2018

6 May 2018 from 09:00 - 11:00
Location: Hotel Occidental Menorca

PROGRAMME

08:30 Registration & Accreditation

Chair
Alfonso Vidal Marcos, Jefe de servicio anestesiología reanimación y director de la unidad del dolor Hospital Quirón salud Sur Alcorcón Madrid. Profesor asociado de anestesióloga de la universidad complutense de Madrid

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The challenges of life-course vaccination to enhance public health protection in Europe: a multi-stakeholder approach.

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28th  February 2018
ASP A1E201
11.00 -13.00
European Parliament 

Draft Programme

 

10:30 Registration & Accreditation
Meeting point: Info Point on the left of Altiero Spinelli (ASP) entrance from Place du Luxembourg

Moderator:  Suzanne Wait, Health Policy Partnership

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From local to global: promoting societal impact of pain “SINE DOLORE WORLD PARK”

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From local to global: promoting societal impact of pain
“SINE DOLORE WORLD PARK”

26 April 2018
11.00 - 12.30
Room “Loyola de Palacio” (JAN 6Q1), European Parliament, Brussels

 

The event was hosted by the MEP Rosa Estaràs Ferragut and organized by Sine Dolore European Pain Foundation in partnership with Active Citizenship Network.
The aim of the initiative was to present to the EU Institutions and relevant stakeholders the unique experience of the SINE DOLORE WORLD PARK, the first theme park in the world against pain and for the quality of life. During the event were shared and discussed other awareness experiences, gathered across Europe, and their contribution to promote a societal impact of pain.

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Cross-border healthcare and centres of excellence to enhance patients’ rights: access, information and innovation

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27 February 2018, 15.00-17.00
Room (ASP 3H1)
European Parliament, Brussels

Programme

14:30 – 15:00 Registration & Accreditation
Meeting point: Altiero Spinelli (ASP) entrance from Place du Luxembourg

Chair: Stephen McMahon – Irish Patients’ Associations

 

15:00 – 15:15 Welcome address and keynote presentation

  • MEP Patrizia Toia (Italy) Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament
  • Mariano Votta – Director of Active Citizenship Network

 

15:15 – 15:50 ERNs and centres of excellence: a challenge beyond borders

  • Nora Kajtar – Policy Officer, European Commission - Cross-Border Healthcare & eHealth Unit
  • Maurizio Scarpa – Coordinator European Reference Network for Hereditary Metabolic Diseases (MetabERN), Chair of the ERN Coordinators Working Group
  • Luca Sangiorgi –  Coordinator, European Reference Network on Rare Bone Diseases (ERN BOND)

 

15:50 – 16:45 Experiences & perspective concerning cross-border healthcare. Proposals on how to contribute to improving patients’ access and information

  • Beatrice De Schepper – European Huntington Association - Patient representative in the ERN RND (Rare Neurological Diseases) 
  • Gábor Pogány President of Hungarian Rare Diseases Federation, member of the EURORDIS Patient Advocacy Group (E-PAG) on ERNs
  • Jasna Karacic – Croatian Association for the Promotion of Patients' Rights
  • Pascal Garel – European Hospital and Healthcare Federation (HOPE)
  • Giuseppe Banfi - Scientific Director Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi
  • Scott Pescatore – General Manager for Rare Disease EU, Novartis Oncology
  • Brian Kennedy – Global Alliance for Patient Access

 

16:45 – 17:00 Debate

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