14th October 2020

Report October 8th Event: ‘EU4Health – How can a European Reference Network on communicable diseases advance hepatitis elimination?’

In May 2020, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) raised serious concerns about the lack of progress towards the WHO elimination target for viral hepatitis by 2030. The ECDC warned that a high proportion of Europeans living with hepatitis B and C infections seem to be undiagnosed and a large number of […]

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1st October 2020

Webinar, October 8: EU4Health – How can a European Reference Network on communicable diseases advance hepatitis elimination?

An interactive discussion on how a EU-funded European Reference Network on communicable diseases can advance the elimination of hepatitis, where we will address questions such as what are the learnings from existing European reference networks; how can progress on hepatitis elimination be assessed to ensure the EU-funded network on communicable diseases is a good investment; and how should this network relate to other EU initiatives, such as the EU Health Data Space or Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, while tying it with the UN UHC Declaration.

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4th December 2018

EU 2019-2024: how can we support viral hepatitis elimination in line with the WHO Global Strategy and UN SDGs?

On 4th December 2018, members of the ACHIEVE coalition gathered in the European Parliament with policy makers and representatives from European and global agencies to discuss what the next EU legislature can do to help viral hepatitis elimination become a reality in Europe by 2030.

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