“Now is the time to win the argument for patient empowerment”

EPF launch conference kick-off was one of EPF’s best-attended meetings to date – a fact that highlights the level of importance that stakeholders attach to the concept of patient empowerment. In our More »

Patient Empowerment from the perspective of a young person

I am 16: an age to be young and find your first breath of freedom. This is also the age that I was diagnosed with diabetes. But, it’s not all bad. Initially More »

Our members in the spotlight: BAPD

Our membership is our compass. We are delighted to feature one of our 65 member organisations every month on our blog. This time, we interviewed Plamen Taushanov of the Bulgarian Association for More »

Our members in the spotlight: EFA

Our membership is our compass. We are delighted to feature one of our 64 member organisation every month on our blog. This time, we interviewed Isabel Proano of the European Federation of More »

Celebrating the International Parkinson’s Day!

Parkinson’s is a progressive, chronic and complex neurodegenerative disease that has no cure. It affects all aspects of daily living and is the most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s. The effects of More »

 

“Now is the time to win the argument for patient empowerment”

EPF launch conference kick-off was one of EPF’s best-attended meetings to date – a fact that highlights the level of importance that stakeholders attach to the concept of patient empowerment. In our

Patient Empowerment from the perspective of a young person

I am 16: an age to be young and find your first breath of freedom. This is also the age that I was diagnosed with diabetes. But, it’s not all bad. Initially

Our members in the spotlight: BAPD

Our membership is our compass. We are delighted to feature one of our 65 member organisations every month on our blog. This time, we interviewed Plamen Taushanov of the Bulgarian Association for

Our members in the spotlight: EFA

Our membership is our compass. We are delighted to feature one of our 64 member organisation every month on our blog. This time, we interviewed Isabel Proano of the European Federation of

Celebrating the International Parkinson’s Day!

Parkinson’s is a progressive, chronic and complex neurodegenerative disease that has no cure. It affects all aspects of daily living and is the most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s. The effects of

Our members in the spotlight: Le Ciss

Our membership is our compass. We are delighted to feature one of our 64 member organisation every month on our blog. This time, we interviewed Marc Morel, Executive Director of our French

What the EU should start, stop or do differently?

Our Secretary General Nicola Bedlington attended on 3 March the Friends of Europe’s roundtable discussion ‘Adapting EU health policy to an evolving Europe’. We are a member of the Health Working Group

“Save lives, clean your hands”

The first time I heard about hand hygiene was in Geneva in 2006 at a meeting for patients’ champions organised by the World Alliance for Patients Safety. I have been involved in

Our members in the spotlight: European Multiple Sclerosis Platform

Our members are our compass. That is why we have decided to honour them on our blog by featuring one of them each month. This time, we interviewed Claudiu Berbece, Communication Coordinator

“Research projects can change patients’ lives”

Whenever issues linked to data protection are under discussion it is all too easy to get distracted from the one simple point that attracted us to the discussion in the first place: