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  • European structural and investment funds for health: Guidance tool & health equity | EuroHealthNet
    Improving Employment and Social Inclusion and Combating Poverty Public health actors should thus look into other sector areas to identify funding opportunities Health inequalities are unfair distributions of health across societies within and between EU Member States They are systematic differences in health between social groups which exist due to different variables that determine the risk of getting ill the ability to prevent sickness or the opportunity of access to suitable treatment To address these variables the so called social determinants of health action beyond the health sector is needed Health is everywhere it can be influenced by other sectors and can be used to positively impact non health sector investments The Structural and Investment Funds are based around 11 thematic objectives that are linked to EU 2020 Although health is not one of them health equity elements can be found within each of the 11 non health sector objectives To access the guidance tool on European structural and Investment Funds for health click here The publication Health Equity and Regional Development in the EU Applying EU Structural Funds is available here Home About Us Members and Partners Join Us Publications Media Corner Follow Us YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedIn App

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/hpe/european-structural-and-investment-funds-health-guidance-tool-health-equity (2015-11-08)
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  • Joint Actions | EuroHealthNet
    applications of QA QI tools the project will create a Charter for Quality in HIV Prevention with agreed quality principles and criteria to assess and improve quality A Policy Kit will promote the integration of QA QI into HIV prevention strategies policies and action plans at the European Member State and Regional levels For more information about the Quality Action click here Joint Action on Reducing Alcohol Related Harm RARHA RARHA funded by the European Union under the second EU Health Programme is a 3 years action aiming at supporting Member States to take forward work on common priorities in line with the EU Alcohol Strategy and strengthen Member States capacity to address and reduce the harm associated with alcohol The aims of the Joint Action are to strengthen the knowledge base by improving access to comparable data on drinking levels and patterns and related harms and to foster the use of common and cost effective approaches to inform and raise awareness on drinking patterns and alcohol related harms The Joint Action will produce tools to support action and public health policy planning to address alcohol as a key determinant of health and contributor to health inequalities For more information about RARHA click here To access the newsletter elaborated by the Joint Action click here Joint Action addressing chronic diseases and promoting healthy ageing across the life cycle CHRODIS The new European Joint Action on Chronic Diseases and Promoting Healthy Ageing across the Life Cycle CHRODIS JA aims to promote and facilitate a process of exchange and transfer of good practices between European countries and regions addressing chronic conditions with a specific focus on health promotion and prevention of chronic conditions multi morbidity and diabetes Health promotion and prevention will focus on behavioural risk factor social determinants and inequalities in health EuroHealthNet leads on dissemination and co leads along with its German Member The Federal Centre for Health Education BZgA a work strand that focusses on the identification selection and implementation of good practices in this field This Joint Action is part of the EU Health programme 2008 2013 aiming to include projects that aim to contribute to increase healthy life years and to promote healthy ageing For more information about CHRODIS click here To access leaflets about CHRODIS click here To receive the newsletters elaborated in the framework of CHRODIS contact Anna Gallinat Equity Action Joint Action Equity Action was a Joint Action between the EU and Member States It aims to reduce health inequalities by helping to improve policies at national and regional level and harness the contribution of stakeholders It is jointly funded by the EU Health Programme 15 EU Member States and Norway and involves 25 partner organisations 30 regions and numerous stakeholders The aim of the project was to promote a health equity focus in policy making through identifying tools to analyse and influence policy making processes such as Health Impact Assessments with an equity focus and Health Equity Audits as well as through learning

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/hpe/joint-actions (2015-11-08)
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  • Policy into Practice | EuroHealthNet
    Tobacco Control For further information contact Clive Needle To access the smoke free map click here Working with the EU We link outputs and outcomes from our many EU co funded Joint Actions and projects with the on the ground experiences and influential work of our participating organisations via our working groups such as on NCDs and healthy ageing We also participate in the EU Platform on Diet Nutrition Physical Activity where our annual commitments include support for actions tackling child obesity monitoring approaches liaising with partners and ensuring our participants are informed about evidence based approaches We build on the methodologies established in our work and studies on health for all policies to engage and contribute to integrating health improvement into EU and national approaches Working with the WHO We participate in the WHO Europe Public Health Action Plan and the overall Health 2020 approach via involvement in the overall Advisory Group plus active participation in initiatives within the essential Public Health Operations EPHOs agreed by governments We particularly work on EPHO 4 health promotion which aims to tackle inequities and raise the quality of health promoting services and networks across Europe We play a leading role in EPHO 9 communications advocacy and social mobilisation please see our PHASE sections Working with partners and stakeholders We liaise and offer specific Collaboration Agreements with other relevant organisations and networks including the IUHPE the WHO SEEHN and Schools Health networks IANHPI ASPHER EUPHA and members of the EU Health Policy Forum Picture Dr Edna Gabor Vice President IUHPE Europe and former Director National Institute Hungary Dr Gauden Galea WHO Director Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Dr Vivienne Barnekow Rasmussen Programme Manager WHO Child Adolescent Health Dr Erio Ziglio Director WHO Office for Investment in Health Venice Clive Needle EuroHealthNet Policy and

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/hpe/policy-practice (2015-11-08)
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  • Our CIRI Partners | EuroHealthNet
    Belgium Erasmus University College Department of Healthcare and landscape Architecture Belgium Observatoire Wallon de la Santé Belgium Catholic University of Louvain Institute of Health and Society England Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council Public Health Department England Centre for Health and Inequalities Research HiNEWS project Italy Università dell Aquila Italy Venice s Community Social Cooperative Company Casa Aurora Macedonia National Public Health Institute of Macedonia Montenegro Institute of Public Health of Montenegro Norway Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Portugal Centre for Social Research and Intervention Lisbon University Institute ISCTE IUL Sweden Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions SALAR Switzerland Global Health Equity Foundation Home About Us Members and Partners Join Us Publications Media Corner Follow Us YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedIn App iTunes Gradient Check App Google Gradient Check Member Section Our Members and Partners Our HPE Members Our CIRI Partners Our PHASE Partners Observers Members News Events Technical Working Groups TWIGS Register to a Technical Working Group PHASE The European Platform for Action on Health and Social Equity HPE Health Promotion Europe CIRI The European Centre for Innovation Research and Implementation for Health

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/members-and-partners/our-ciri-partners (2015-11-08)
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  • Research Studies | EuroHealthNet
    project will examine Theoretical pathways between welfare states and social inequalities in health Typologies of healthcare systems and social inequalities in health The welfare state healthcare systems and social inequalities in mortality The welfare state healthcare systems and social inequalities in morbidity Evidence reviews of welfare state healthcare system and public health policy interventions to reduce social inequalities in health In the final stage of the project HiNews will produce country specific policy toolkits and thus aims to impact both on academic and policy spheres EuroHealthNet is involved throughout concentrating in particular on dissemination advocacy and linking the project and findings to policy processes For more information on HiNews click here DRIVERS DRIVERS was a three year research project funded by the 7th Framework programme aiming to find links and best ways to tackle health equity through policy and practice in early childhood development employment and working conditions and income and social protection EuroHealthNet was also researching the best methodologies for effective advocacy and knowledge transfer and translation For more information about DRIVERS click here GRADIENT The GRADIENT project aimed to identify measures that could level up socio economic gradients in health among children and young people in the EU The main objectives were to develop a consensus based European Framework to monitor and evaluate public health policies to assess if and why children and families from different socio economic groups respond and act differently to public policy interventions to make a review of protective factors for the health of children and young people and their families focusing on social capital and to analyse different welfare regimes and general policies in different EU countries and compare the impact for families and children Findings and results of the project were formulated into policy recommendations and disseminated at EU national and regional

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/ciri/research-studies (2015-11-08)
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  • Evaluations | EuroHealthNet
    members and partners can contact EuroHealthNet Managing Director Caroline Costongs Active Ageing Going Local This project co ordinated by ARS Marche aims to develop guidelines to support the implementation of integrated strategies to promote active aging initiatives It takes a multidisciplinary approach to support active ageing focusing in particular on employment participation in society and independent living and supports mutual learning among a range of stakeholders It involves the regions of Apulia Marche and Veneto and is supported by several other organisations The project will analyse the European and regional contexts for active ageing policies conduct a needs assessment to identify the policy requirements of the elderly population itself conduct round tables for policy makers organise mutual learning events to share good practices and produce European policy guidelines addressed to European regional local authorities The project website is available here Home About Us Members and Partners Join Us Publications Media Corner Follow Us YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedIn App iTunes Gradient Check App Google Gradient Check Member Section CIRI What is CIRI Research Studies Evaluations Publications Become a CIRI Partner PHASE The European Platform for Action on Health and Social Equity HPE Health Promotion Europe CIRI The European Centre for Innovation

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/ciri/evaluations-0 (2015-11-08)
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  • Publications | EuroHealthNet
    App Google Gradient Check Member Section CIRI What is CIRI Research Studies Evaluations Publications Become a CIRI Partner PHASE The European Platform for Action on Health and Social Equity HPE Health Promotion Europe CIRI The European Centre for Innovation Research and Implementation for Health and Well being Job Vacancies Site Map Contact Us Tweets Tweets by twitterapi This website is supported by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/ciri/publications (2015-11-08)
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  • Become a CIRI partner | EuroHealthNet
    and like minded researchers who wish to see their evidence considered and used in policy processes Opportunities to exchange knowledge and collaborate between partners Advice on knowledge transfer and translation in the EU context Updates of upcoming Horizon 2020 research calls concerning health inequalities and the social determinants of health Opportunities to work together as part of funded research consortia Receive Health Highlights a newsletter on issues related to health equity Promotion of your work in Health Highlights the EuroHealthNet magazine on the website and on Twitter Opportunity to join one or more Technical Working Groups Tobacco non communicable diseases healthy ageing health systems mental health sustainable development Other possibilities include organisation of mutual learning events collaboration at conferences placements at EuroHealthNet in Brussels Contact Linden Farrer EuroHealthNet s Policy Research Senior Co ordinator Home About Us Members and Partners Join Us Publications Media Corner Follow Us YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedIn App iTunes Gradient Check App Google Gradient Check Member Section Join Us Become EuroHealthNet Member Membership Benefits Membership Fees Become EuroHealthNet Partner Become a CIRI partner Become a PHASE Partner Partnership Fees PHASE The European Platform for Action on Health and Social Equity HPE Health Promotion Europe CIRI The

    Original URL path: http://eurohealthnet.eu/join-us/become-ciri-partner (2015-11-08)
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