Health ministers and high-level representatives of the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region as well as partner organizations and civil society are taking part in the 68th session of the WHO Regional Committee for Europe in Rome, Italy, on 17–20 September 2018. During this meeting several actors were able to present Joint Statements raising the need to focus and enhance the efforts on several topics

 

The 68th session of the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Committee for Europe will be held this September in Rome. EUPHA together with other organisations which includes the EFPC submitted this written statement to WHO welcoming the decision to place the topic “Advancing public health for sustainable development in the WHO European Region” on the agenda for this meeting.

We are excited to let you know that Cambridge University Press will convert its leading journal, Primary Health Care Research & Development also EFPC official journal, to Open Access from January 2019. All articles submitted after October 1st 2018 will be published under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY), which permits use, distribution, reproduction and adaptation in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This means that all articles in the journal will be freely available to view, download and share, ensuring that anyone can benefit from and build upon the work.  

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EFPC Chair Sally Kendall who is also a professor working within the Centre for Health Services Studies within the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research (SSPSSR) at the University of Kent, has been awarded her honour in recognition of 30 years of research in nursing and health visiting.

Within her role as Professor of Community Nursing and Public Health she is known particularly for work around practice-based research in the area of parenting and maternal and child health. Her work on parenting is internationally recognised and implemented from Kent to Japan.

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