Experts Pave the Way for Better European Pain Policy

From the 7th to the 08th of June, the city of Valetta in Malta hosted the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) symposium. Patients, healthcare professionals, researchers and European politicians came together to More »

5 Questions to: the Swedish Disability Rights Federation

Every month we put the spotlight on one of our members. Today, we are delighted to catch up with the Swedish Disability Rights Federation, who joined EPF in April 2017. What’s on More »

Join the call to action on allergy and asthma!

Patients, doctors and Members of the European Parliament Interest Group on Allergy and Asthma have launched a call to action to improve the quality of life of allergy and asthma patients. See More »

New Alzheimer Europe Survey Highlights Inequalities in Access to Dementia Care and Treatment across Europe

Not everybody is equal when it comes to dementia care and treatment. This is the telling result of the recent Alzheimer Europe’s report entitled the “European Dementia Monitor”, which assessed countries for More »

EPF VIDEO – Our Members, Our Compass!

The feedback from our members is the backbone of our work. The new EPF video will tell you all about our consultation processes, and how we can support our members growing, for More »

 

Experts Pave the Way for Better European Pain Policy

From the 7th to the 08th of June, the city of Valetta in Malta hosted the Societal Impact of Pain (SIP) symposium. Patients, healthcare professionals, researchers and European politicians came together to

5 Questions to: the Swedish Disability Rights Federation

Every month we put the spotlight on one of our members. Today, we are delighted to catch up with the Swedish Disability Rights Federation, who joined EPF in April 2017. What’s on

Join the call to action on allergy and asthma!

Patients, doctors and Members of the European Parliament Interest Group on Allergy and Asthma have launched a call to action to improve the quality of life of allergy and asthma patients. See

New Alzheimer Europe Survey Highlights Inequalities in Access to Dementia Care and Treatment across Europe

Not everybody is equal when it comes to dementia care and treatment. This is the telling result of the recent Alzheimer Europe’s report entitled the “European Dementia Monitor”, which assessed countries for

European Society of Radiology: Involving Patients for Better Safety

The European Congress of Radiology (ECR) took place in Vienna from 1-5 March 2017 providing a platform to discuss strategies towards improved patient safety and quality of care. Patients and healthcare professionals

5 Questions to the European Congenital Heart Diseases Organisation (ECHDO)

Every month we put the spotlight on one of our members. Today, we are delighted to catch up with the European Congenital Heart Disease Organisation (ECHDO), who recently joined EPF. What’s on

Survey Shows Substantial Impact of Rare Diseases on Daily Life

EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe ran the first Europe-wide survey on the social impact of rare diseases. Results demonstrate a serious impact on everyday life for over 80% of patients and families. Over 3,000

World Continence Week – No More Stigma

Every year, the World Continence Week (WCW) raises awareness about incontinence-related issues. Coordinated by EPF member World Federation of Incontinent Patients (WFIP), this year’s initiative offered plenty of activities and workshops to

EULAR Annual Congress – Perspective of the EPF Youth Group

Representing the EPF Youth Group, Lembe Kullamaa attended the yearly EULAR (European League Against Rheumatism) congress in Madrid on 14-17 June 2017. Speaking on employment issues for young patients, Lembe underlined the

5 Questions to: BAG SELBSTHILFE, German national coalition of patient organisations and disability groups

Every month we put the spotlight on one of our members. Today, we are delighted to catch up with BAG SELBSTHILFE, the German national coalition of patient organisations and disability groups, who