An animation highlighting the benefits of radiotherapy has been launched as part of The Health Policy Partnership's work with the Marie Curie Legacy Campaign.
HPP has led on the development of a white paper on radiotherapy, on behalf of the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology (ESTRO) and the ESTRO Cancer Foundation.
HPP is organising two sessions at this year’s European Health Forum Gastein, Europe’s leading health policy conference.
HPP has launched a project focusing on how a life-course approach to vaccination can be incorporated into vaccination policies across Europe.
The Heart Failure Policy Network has launched a call for information on multidisciplinary and integrated care in heart failure.
An interactive toolkit on prolonged convulsive seizures, created by HPP, has been featured on the International Bureau for Epilepsy website.
HPP has contributed to an article in the latest issue of Eurohealth exploring how All.Can, a multi-stakeholder initiative, is calling for greater efficiency in cancer care through novel partnerships.
HPP will display posters from two cancer-related projects at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) 2017 Congress, a major event for oncology professionals in Europe.
HPP has led on the authorship of two recent peer-reviewed articles in prestigious cancer journals – the European Journal of Cancer and the Journal of Cancer Policy.
The Heart Failure Policy Network has launched a new summary report – The clinical management of heart failure: What is the state of play in Europe? – to mark Heart Failure Awareness Day 2017.
Leading representatives from patient organisations, clinical experts and industry launched a new Sarcoma Policy Checklist, which offers policymakers 5 key areas of focus to improve the lives of patients with sarcoma across Europe.
HPP will act as Secretariat for All.Can, a new policy initiative working to improve efficiency in cancer care and engage decision makers.
Written Declaration 110/2016 on Heart Failure closed on 24 January 2016 with 236 MEP signatures. Its closing marks the end of one of the largest political campaigns ever on heart failure in Europe.
HPP has launched a ground-breaking policy report on heart failure in the Middle East and North Africa and call for action from governments and health system leaders.
20 MEPs have pledged their support to a new Written Declaration on Heart Failure in the European Parliament, marking one of most significant dedicated policy actions in Europe yet for heart failure.
A publication by Suzanne Wait, Emily Kell (formerly with HPP) and leading hepatitis experts from South East and East Asia has been published online on the Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.
HPP has co-authored a new policy report on metastatic breast cancer with senior stakeholders the Mexican National Cancer Institute (INCan) and other leading national figures.
HPP will provide the international keynote address to the Australian Future of Aged Care Summit, Sydney, 30 August - 1 September 2016.
Ed Harding was invited to attend the ICPCM's 9th annual conference in to present findings from the 2015 report 'The state of play in person-centred care' and catalogue of key contributors.
HPP's Suzanne Wait has authored a new article in the American Journal of Managed Care following the publication of ‘Immuno-Oncology: a policy action framework’.
The Health Foundation and HPP have launched a new suite of resources in person-centred care, following a 12-month international environment scan of the field.
HPP's Ed Harding facilitated the introductory session for the first-ever European Specialist Nurses Organisation (ESNO) Summit, held in the Committee of the Regions, Brussels.
The Heart Failure Policy Network has launched a ten-point Call to Action to help drive meaningful health policy changes in HF across Europe.
HPP is helping put together an expert workshop on the prevention of AF-related stroke in Barcelona, hosted by the European Brain Council as part of its Year of the Brain activities.
HPP has launched an interactive report that shows the state of play in different countries across Europe on the prevention of atrial fibrillation (AF)-related stroke.