Online Magazine

2017

EuroHealthNet magazine features the most noteworthy projects and developments in the field of health equity, and health promotion in Europe today.

Modern and dynamic responses to public health challenges, explained by those working at the front line.


Making the shift to prevention and promotion

I write this editorial having just returned from a meeting at an economics think-tank. There, I was pleased to hear arguments [...]

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Digital Marketing to Children: a New Public Health Challenge

Companies are increasingly using digital channels to market products to children. Why is digital marketing so effective? Should we be concerned about [...]

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The new food and activity triangles

New nutrition and physical activity guides have just been published by the Flemish Institute for Healthy Living. Designed to make every citizen [...]

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Can social investment help the public sector become outcomes focused?

The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) represents all local and regional authorities in Sweden. For the last six years [...]

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Health Diplomacy – past, present and future

Interest in the topic of health diplomacy has been growing recently. This article describes how health diplomacy has developed , and considers [...]

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Citizen Science in the Public Health field –win some, lose some

Can lay people do public health research? And if so, what would be the challenges and benefits? These questions were at the [...]

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CHAIN – a new centre for the international study of socioeconomic inequalities in health

A new research centre focusing on global health inequalities was launched at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) on 23 [...]

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Improving the health of people in isolated and vulnerable situations.

We are witnessing a general decline in the health of people in vulnerable and isolated situations. This article looks at the common challenges [...]

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Linking International Health Cooperation and Migration: The Global Health Center of Tuscany Region

The Global Health Centre (GHC) facilitates the development of synergies among different groups of professionals working in the Tuscany Region in [...]

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80 Ways to a more sustainable future

What kind of policies, practices or innovations are being applied across the EU that support people’s efforts to behave in ways that [...]

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Addressing Health Inequalities faced by LGBTI people

On the 1st and 2nd of February 2018, during the Health4LGBTI conference in Brussels, the European Commission will launch a new and [...]

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2016

EuroHealthNet Magazine Cover Issue 8

The EuroHealthNet magazine highlights the most interesting projects and developments in the field of health promotion in Europe. 

In this Issue: 

  • Health Promotion and prevention as part of primary care services in Hungary
  • How the Netherlands and PHAROS are reducing health inequalities and improving health literacy
  • The alcohol harm paradox – Or why alcohol related harm affects poor people more, although they drink less
  • The Riga Initiative: Cross-border collaboration for healthier lifestyles and healthy tourism
  • A multi-disciplinary and knowledge exchange approach to health promotion at the DoRS Centre, Italy
  • TEAviisari, a tool for benchmarking health promotion capacity building in Finland
  • 30 Years after the Ottawa Charter: Is it Still Relevant in the Face of Future Challenges for Health Promotion?
EuroHealthNet Magazine Cover Issue 7

The EuroHealthNet magazine highlights the most interesting projects and developments in the field of health promotion in Europe

2015

The sixth edition of EuroHealthNet online magazine focuses on its members and partners activities. Focusing on the ways to move towards sustainable societies, this edition also shows what is done at national, regional and local levels to tackle health inequalities.

 

EuroHealthNet is very pleased to publish the fifth edition of its online magazine.This fifth edition reflects a wide variety of health promoting approaches, policies, events, research and developments by EuroHealthNet and its members. It is encouraging to see that in many places across Europe, there are committed professionals working and thinking innovatively about how to improve the health of people in their countries.

2014

This fourth edition of the EuroHealthNet online magazine reflects a wide variety of health promoting approaches, policies, events, research and developments by EuroHealthNet and its members and partners. It is encouraging to see that in many places across Europe, there are committed professionals working and thinking innovatively about how to improve the health of people in their countries.

EuroHealthNet magazine – Edition 3

Through the publication of its magazine, EuroHealthNet aims to explain its projects, its objectives and its ways of working. We hope you will enjoy reading our news and articles of our members will contribute to EuroHealthNet’s activities through your comments.

2013

EuroHealthNet magazine – Edition 2

Through the publication of its magazine, EuroHealthNet aims to explain its projects, its objectives  and its ways of working. We hope you will enjoy reading our news and articles of our members will contribute to EuroHealthNet’s activities through your comments.

EuroHealthNet magazine – Edition 1

Through the publication of its magazine, EuroHealthNet aims to explain its projects, its objectives  and its ways of working. We hope you will enjoy reading our news and articles of our members will contribute to EuroHealthNet’s activities through your comments.