by improving education and training
of public health professionals
for both practice and research
The Young Researchers Forum (YRF) is an exciting pre-conference event which will be taking place on Wednesday 20th November 2019 before the main Digital Public Health (DPH) and European Public Health (EPH) 2019 conferences open, in Marseille, France.
ASPHER, in collaboration with other colleagues, is carrying out a brief survey of the Schools of Public Health and other bodies involved with education and training in public health ethics in Europe to better understand current activities, views and perspectives on the issue. This understanding will assist in considering options for further development of education and training in public health ethics.
The InfAct - Joint Action on Health Information project is collecting information based on the opinion of Public Health experts aimed at characterizing existing capacities and training needs for the use and management of health information by public health professionals in EU Member States and associated countries.
HRPC Berlin Symposium - Introduction
A joint initiative of:
*with the support of Indiana University's Office of the Vice President for International Affairs
JOIN THE FIRST ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN PATIENT CARE ON NOVEMBER 10-11.
Human rights in patient care (HRPC) provides an alternative to the growing discourse on patient rights that has evolved in response to human rights violations in health settings. The work for human rights in patient care is facilitated by a network of schools of law, medicine, and public health, along with practicing lawyers, health care providers, health managers, and others, within the European Region.
Their work derives from inherent human dignity and neutrally applies universal, legally recognized human rights principles, protecting both patients and health care providers. It recognizes the interrelationship between patient and provider rights, including situations in which providers face simultaneous obligations to patients and the state and is a way to examine systemic issues and state responsibilities in the realm of delivery of health care services.
Topics covered include:
» Leadership and advocacy (available on November 9 for HRPC core network scholars/fellows)
» HRPC, gender, and women’s health: women in long term care
» LGBTQ Perspectives: HRPC in transgender healthcare
» HRPC and migration
» Patients, providers, and the state
» HRPC, law and ethics