2019

EDITORIAL: Refining the profile of the health workers of the future: the feedback of the European Medical Association members

Members news /

The European Medical Association shared its view on the Health First Europe paper to profile of the health workers of the future, with a focus on the value evidence-based-medicine and of innovative big-data management.

EDITORIAL: The challenges of digital health approaches for the 2020-2030 European health professionals

Editorial, Members news /

This article is the preliminary draft of the contribution to the forthcoming meeting “A Health Care Workforce for the Digital Age” to be held the 5th November 2019 in the European Parliament (Brussels, room ASP 5G 305) from 12:00 to 14:00

EDITORIAL: Sepsis, educational and best practice frontiers

Editorial, Members news /

Sepsis is a clinical syndrome with a distinctive response of the body’s defenses to life-threatening infections. This may result in organ dysfunction or failure (severe sepsis). Sepsis is strongly related with all the body organs or systemic diseases and to the quality of the best-practice in use, particularly critical  in surgical or  intervention techniques.

EDITORIAL: Preventing hospital associated venous thromboembolism

Editorial, Members news /

The European Thrombosis and Haemostasis Alliance (ETHA) is an association of 22 national European thrombosis and haemostasis associations representing medical professionals in the field of clotting and bleeding disorders.

EDITORIAL: MedTech Forum and MedTech Week events are kicking off!

Editorial, Members news /

The MedTech Forum is one of the largest health and medical technology industry conferences in Europe. Next week in Paris, the 11th edition of the MedTech Forum will bring together CEOs, disruptors, hospital representatives, patients, policymakers and healthtech stakeholders to discuss the future opportunities in the medical technology sector.

EDITORIAL: Scaling up innovations to improve health care quality

Editorial, Members news /

Health systems across the European Union are facing numerous challenges – from the ageing of the European population and sustainable financing of health care, to great variations and inequalities in clinical practice within and between countries, a necessary and rising emphasis on patient experience and patient-centredness within health systems…

EDITORIAL: Multidisciplinary and integrated heart failure care

Editorial, Members news /

The Heart Failure Policy Network (HFPN), a member of Health First Europe, is an independent, multidisciplinary group aiming to drive policy change in heart failure (HF). Read here the editorial wrote by its Managing Director, Ed Harding  

EDITORIAL: What can we do to improve SCID?

Editorial, Members news /

Severe Combined Immunodeficiencies or SCID is a devastating group of diseases by which babies are born without a functioning immune system. No immune system means that they can contract any infection or virus they are exposed to, without any means of defending themselves against them.

NEWS: fruitful discussion at ESNO Congress on the future of specialist nursing

Members news /

Last week, 21st February 2019, HFE attended the Annual Congress of the European Specialist Nurses Organisations (ESNO). This year theme was “The Specialist Nurse in European Healthcare towards 2030″.

NEWS: Registration is now open for EHMA Winter School – Managing Digital Innovation

Members news, News /

HFE’s Member, EHMA (European Health Management Association) opened the registrations for EHMA 2019 Winter School on the theme of “Managing Digital Innovation in Healthcare”, taking place on 5th – 7th February 2019 in Kloster Eberbach, Germany.

2018

PRESS RELEASE: HFE announces its new Honorary President, Mr Roberto Bertollini

Members news, Press release /

Health First Europe is delighted to announce the appointment of the new Honorary President, Mr Roberto Bertollini.

2017

NEWS: Don’t Brexit on rare disease patients – The case of primary immunodeficiencies

Members news, News /

On Tuesday 24th January 2017, Health First Europe attended the 8th PID FORUM organised by the International Patient Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiencies (IPOPI) in the European Parliament to discuss the impact of Brexit on patients affected by rare diseases in both the EU and UK.