3rd EUROPEAN PATIENTS’ RIGHTS DAY

The third European Patiens' Rights Day took place on 18th of April 2009 and was celebrated by 34 citizen and patient organizations arranging more than 80 events in 24 European Countries. There were important national events as seminars, educational workshops, information stands an handing out information in hospital, clinics, universities and other public areas.

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2nd EUROPEAN PATIENTS’ RIGHTS DAY

The second European Patiens' Rights Day, promoted by Active Citizenship Network and its partners,was celebrated on 18th of April 2008 with national and local events.
The Charter was translated in 16 languages and informative pamphlets and posters were handed out in all events along with staples in support of the official recognition of the European Patiens' Rights Day.

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1st EUROPEAN PATIENTS’ RIGHTS DAY

The first European Patiens' Rights Day was celebrated on 29th March 2007 at the European Parliament in Brussels, with more than 180 delegates from 25 countries representing interest of patiens. Also took part to the event the public, policymakers, healthcare providers, legislator, payers and industry.

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ASSESSING PATIENTS' RIGHTS IN EUROPE

The project "Assessing Patients' Rights in Europe" aims to assess with the cooperation of national citizens' organizations the situation of 14 Rights as stated in the European Charter of Patients' Rights in various European countries and consequently set up a report on the state of these rights.

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MONITORING PATIENTS' RIGHTS IN EUROPE

The "Monitoring patients' rights in Europe" project was a joint effort by Active Citizenship Network (ACN), the European policy program of the Italian movement Cittadinanzattiva and the Tribunal for Patients' Right (TDM), the health policy program of the same movement along with civic organizations in each of the monitored countries.

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EUROPEN CHARTER OF PATIENTS' RIGHTS

The European Charter of Patients' Rights was drafted in 2002 by Active Citizenship Network in collaboration with 12 citizens' organizations from different EU countries. The European Charter of Patients' Rights states 14 patients' rights that together aim to guarantee a "high level of human health protection" (Article 35 of the Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union) and to assure the high quality of services provided by the various national health services in Europe.

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