MEN, WORK AND CANCER: a guide for men staying or returning to work after a cancer diagnosis

In November the European Men’s Health Forum launched a unique guide to support men staying or returning to work after a cancer diagnosis.  The first resource of its kind and funded by More »

EUFAMI Celebrates ‘Home’ – Art for Better Mental Health

EUFAMI celebrated its 25th anniversary in November by organising an art exhibition to promote better mental health.  A total of 25 artists from across Europe participated in an exhibition in Brussels framed More »

IDF Europe celebrates World Diabetes Day in the EU Institutions!

World Diabetes Day was celebrated on 14 November all around the word, and EPF member IDF Europe organised several activities in the European institutions to bring the topic and their advocacy work More »

Social Media Milestones for the EPF Youth Group

In November, the EPF Youth Group revealed two exciting social media projects that will contribute to further raise the Youth Group’s profile and reach more young patients throughout Europe: a video on More »

Youth Cancer Europe 2017 Meeting – ‘Patients Are Not Alone’

Andreas Christodoulou (EPF Youth Group and cancer survivor) attended the recent congress of Young Cancer Europe held in Vilnius Lithuania in late August. A great opportunity for him to share his experience More »

 

MEN, WORK AND CANCER: a guide for men staying or returning to work after a cancer diagnosis

In November the European Men’s Health Forum launched a unique guide to support men staying or returning to work after a cancer diagnosis.  The first resource of its kind and funded by

EUFAMI Celebrates ‘Home’ – Art for Better Mental Health

EUFAMI celebrated its 25th anniversary in November by organising an art exhibition to promote better mental health.  A total of 25 artists from across Europe participated in an exhibition in Brussels framed

IDF Europe celebrates World Diabetes Day in the EU Institutions!

World Diabetes Day was celebrated on 14 November all around the word, and EPF member IDF Europe organised several activities in the European institutions to bring the topic and their advocacy work

Social Media Milestones for the EPF Youth Group

In November, the EPF Youth Group revealed two exciting social media projects that will contribute to further raise the Youth Group’s profile and reach more young patients throughout Europe: a video on

What Place for Healthcare in Ireland? Are there Implications for Europe?

May 2017 marked a landmark in Irish healthcare planning. Under the leadership of Parliamentarian Roisin Shortall, the report of the Houses of the Oireachtas (National Parliament) was published and signed up by

World Mental Health Day: Wellbeing at Work is an Asset

“Mental health at work should be considered as an asset”. That was the key message sent by experts on World Mental Health Day (11/10). A better dialogue between employees and organisations, implementation

Youth Cancer Europe 2017 Meeting – ‘Patients Are Not Alone’

Andreas Christodoulou (EPF Youth Group and cancer survivor) attended the recent congress of Young Cancer Europe held in Vilnius Lithuania in late August. A great opportunity for him to share his experience

From Nurse to Equal Partner: Read the Story of Inge, IBD Belgian Patient

I was diagnosed with colitis ulcerosa (inflammatory bowel disease or IBD) in 2000 after a year of fatigue and medical problems. Putting a name and some words on my symptoms was a

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