Summer School for civic leader in HTA: the Italian experience

Cittadinanzattiva (Active Citizenship) and SiHTA (Italian Society of HTA)have signed an agreement for the promotion of a summer school for civic leaders HTA in November 2011. The agreement is focused on three shared issues: 1) the need to support the development of HTA as a tool of government qualified public spending in a context of strong reduction of resources, 2) the absence in Italy of the citizens' involvement in the processes of evaluation, and 3) the lack of civic leadership aware and sufficiently informed.

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The Engagement of Cittadinanzattiva in the Fight against Useless Pain

Cittadinanzattiva has a more than 30 year experience in the protection of citizens' rights in the health sector, which initiated with its Tribunale per i diritti del malato ("Tribunal for Patients' Rights" or TDM) in 1980 and was later strengthened through the Coordinamento nazionale Associazioni Malati Cronici (National Coordination Centre of Chronic Patients' Associations) in 1996.

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Programme - 6th European Patients' Rights Day

PROGRAMME
15-16 May 2012

First Day, 15th of May
Van Maerlant Building, Room VM3 - 2nd floor 2, rue Van Maerlant, Brussels

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6th EUROPEAN PATIENT'S RIGHTS DAY

Active Citizenship Network celebrated the 6th European Patients' Rights Day in Brussels, with a conference entitled "Active Ageing citizens at the center of EU health policy", last 15th and 16th of May 2012. The conference was fully focused on the European topic of the year “Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations”. Insofar as the number of ageing citizens is rapidly increasing (Europeans aged 65+ is expected to increase by 45% between 2008 and 2030, and even further to over 30% of the population by 2060) the issues of their access to health care services and the respect of their rights as patients are becoming central and extremely challenging.
The objective of the conference was thus to demonstrate that part of the solution resides in a change of perspective vis-à-vis ageing citizens, from weak patients into "empowered users" of health care services, able to contribute to a better implementation of their rights. Best practices on Active Ageing citizens in health policies have been presented and discussed. The BP  focused on what healthcare services, civic associations and governments are doing in this area to reveal the concrete benefits of this approach.

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5th EUROPEAN PATIENTS’ RIGHTS DAY

The European event "Putting Citizens at the centre of EU Health Policy has been celebrated on the 11-12 April 2011 in the European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels.

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4th EUROPEAN PATIENTS’ RIGHTS DAY

Putting Citizens at the center of Health Policy begins with guaranteeing patients rights are respected.
The reinforcement of Patients' rights will become effective only with the cooperation and commitment of all healthcare stakeholders in every EU country. It is thus essential to increase awareness regarding the importance of patients' rights and everyone's responsibilities in guaranteeing their respect.

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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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