EuroHealthNet Magazine highlights the most interesting projects and developments in the field of health equity, public health, and health promotion in Europe.
Published twice per year, the online magazine is shared with more than 12,000 professionals via email and social media. The magazine aims to inspire professionals working in health promotion, tackling inequalities, or other related fields.
It gives an international perspective, showing how challenges are approached in different settings. Particular attention is given to initiatives which reach across sectors to improve wellbeing and reduce inequalities.
In this 20th edition of EuroHealthNet Magazine, we hear about innovation and initiatives that address today’s pressing challenges for public health, including the cost-of-living crisis, digitalisation, and the economics of ageing.
Featured articles and opinion pieces:
- Could social innovation be the answer in times of crisis?
- Healthy and active ageing: looking through an economic lens
- Children worry about the economy too
- From crisis to catalyst: It’s time to prioritise health and wellbeing
- Health apps: the digital future
- Wellbeing and the rise of the Circus Consultant
- Why were social factors ignored during the pandemic?
Public Health Wales, Västra Götalandsregion Sweden, Federal Centre for Health Education (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung, BZgA) Germany, Petra Hoogendoorn of Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC) Netherlands.