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YOUNG EAP BLOG APRIL 2023: WORLD IMMUNIZATION WEEK

APRIL 2023 WORLD IMMUNIZATION WEEK  “WORLD IMMUNIZATION WEEK In 2023 a lot still revolves around Coronavirus pandemic and the new available COVID-19 vaccines.But it is still important to stay on track with basic immunization!" During the pandemic, vaccination...

YOUNG EAP BLOG MARCH 2023: PATIENT SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK

March 2023 Patient Safety Awareness Week   March 12th – 18th marked Patient Safety Awareness Week. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that the occurrence of adverse events due to unsafe care is likely one of the 10 leading causes of death and...

YOUNG EAP BLOG JULY 2020 | INTERCONNECTED CARE

JULY 2020 Interconnected Carethe situation Interconnected care has for some time now made its way to the minds of people thinking about the future of modern healthcare. The concept of interconnected care has become widely used when policymakers and...

YOUNG EAP MAY 2019 BLOG: COMPASSIONATE CARE IN PAEDIATRICS

MAY 2019 Compassionate care in PediatricsThe situation Access to high quality healthcare is a key human right recognized by the European Union, its Institutions and the citizens of Europe. Any high quality, high performing healthcare system relies on...

YOUNG EAP BLOG MAY 2018: PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM TOBACCO

may 2018 Protecting children from tobaccoThe situation Exposure to SHS leads to an estimated 166.000 child deaths each year worldwide, with most of those deaths resulting from lower respiratory diseases. Eighty-six percent (86%) of youth in Europe...

YOUNG EAP BLOG MARCH 2018: CREATING CONFIDENCE IN VACCINE

March 2018 How artificial intelligence can revolutionize medicine and pediatrics in the EUAcross Europe we have been facing the problem of decreasing immunisation coverage that undermines the progress made towards eliminating specific infectious...

THE SITUATION OF JUNIOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS IN POLAND

The situation of junior health professionals in PolandIn Poland, strikes by health care professionals have become an almost annual occurrence. Last June, junior doctors demonstrated against poor wages and quality of training and a lack of regulation...

BREXIT AND HEALTH

Brexit and Health “Brexit is bad for health, and doctors should say so”. Neena Modi, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) in the UK, argued in a recent personal view in the British Medical Journal that leaving the EU...

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