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 More »

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 More »

“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 More »

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 More »

“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: More »

 

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:

My Young Patient’s Perspective on Self-Help and Peer Support

My self-help story begins with the opportunity to be part of a family. This family taught me how to be open and honest, ask for help when I need it and offer

An employment pact for patients with multiple sclerosis

The European Multiple Sclerosis Platform represents 700,000 people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). This month Emma Rogan talks about Paving the Path to Participation, a project focused on access to employment for

“My experience as a Young Gasteiner”

Just coming back from the European Health Forum Gastein 2014, I would like to share my experience as a Young Gasteiner. The programme was a great opportunity to come in contact with

Stronger Connected: building national neurological alliances

The European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) launched “Stronger Connected” – a guide to building national neurological alliances – at the Advocate for Brain, Mind and Pain Workshop on 24-25 September 2014

“Access to healthcare should be a priority for the EU institutions and Member States”

Some patients in Europe cannot access proper diagnosis and treatment. Innovation in healthcare does not reach EU Member States in an equal way. Patients with acute or serious diseases are sometimes forced