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Google will gain access to health information of millions of American patients

Project ‘Nightingale’, an agreement between Google and Ascension – the second largest health care system in the United States, reportedly allows Google to analyse detailed […]

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The economy of well-being: European objectives versus national realities

In October 2019, the Council of the European Union adopted conclusions on the economy of well-being, which has been one of the priorities of the […]

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Health Commissioner – commitments and new cabinet

The new Commission has recently started its work. It will now focus on fulfilling the commitments made at the Parliament hearings. It is also the […]

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New European Commissioners finally approved by Parliament

In the Summer issue of the Policy Bites (issue 4), we reported on the new proposed leadership of the European Commission (here). Since that time, […]

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Horizon Europe explained in a PDF presentation

The European Commission has published a presentation on Horizon Europe available in 23 languages. It presents the programme’s central elements, main vision, preliminary structure, budget, […]

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12th November 2019, European Policy Dialogue on employment and chronic conditions

The leaders of the CHRODIS PLUS Work Package 8 on Employment and chronic conditions, Matilde Leonardi and Jaana Lindstrom, are pleased to invite you to […]

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World Health Organisation will make health research available for free

Plan S, an initiative spearheaded by the EU aims to give free access to all research publications funded by public agencies in open access journals […]

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Time matters: a call to prioritize brain health

There is a 10–20-year window of opportunity in midlife, during which we may be able to reduce the risk of developing neurodegenerative disease such as […]

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Eurostat report: Two-thirds of deaths of under 75-year-olds could have been prevented in 2016

In 2016, the deaths of 1.2 million Europeans under 75 were considered premature and could have been prevented, according to a report by Eurostat, the […]

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WHO report – Stronger focus on nutrition within health services could save 3.7 million lives by 2025

Health services should focus more on nutrition to address all aspects of malnutrition, especially underweight and overweight, according to a new report by World Health […]

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