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EuroHealthNet is a not-for-profit partnership of public bodies working from local to regional, national, and international levels across Europe. It supports members’ work through project development, knowledge exchange, capacity building, policy monitoring, policy development, research, and communications. Read more...

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26 April 2021
A new European project to improve equitable vaccine uptake by strengthening collaboration between healthcare professionals, public health authorities, the media, and local communities has launched. IMMUNION will contribute to and complement wider EU vaccination efforts through delivering better education to health professionals and better information to the general public. Effectively...
01 April 2021
EuroHealthNet, the not-for-profit European partnership of public health bodies, has published a comprehensive overview of funds and programmes in the new EU budget and their relevance for health. The publication ‘Seizing the opportunities for a healthy recovery - Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and NextGenerationEU'  not only covers health funding, but also social, environmental,...
03 March 2021
      While the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened everyone’s health, its impact has been different for men and women, reflecting underlying gender inequalities. A new EuroHealthNet Policy Précis examines the links between gender, health, and inequalities during the pandemic and...
18 February 2021
A new online portal for information and resources on health inequalities in Europe, health-inequalities.eu has been launched today by EuroHealthNet. It is a platform for international exchange including information, policies, research, and initiatives on health inequalities, for...
16 December 2020
      Evidence on the health, social, and economic impacts of COVID-19 shows that the pandemic is experienced unequally. While COVID-19 is usually thought of as a pandemic, it is in fact a syndemic pandemic - the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic is magnified by existing inequalities in chronic diseases and the social determinants of health.  The new...