HEALTH IN ALL REGIONS

EUREGHA’S position on the Future of Health in Europe beyond 2020

Report: Development of COVID-19 in the border area of the Netherlands, North-Rhine Westphalia and Belgium

International cooperation and knowledge transfer form an important basis for examining the development of a pandemic, such as COVID-19, in border regions. Last week, euPrevent, GGD Zuid Limburg, Gesundheitsamt Düren, and Maastricht University published a report...

World Health Organization’s Regions for Health Network Annual Meeting 2021

From 25 until 28 October, the World Health Organization’s Regions for Health Network organized its 26th annual meeting in Moscow. The program was jam-packed with interesting topics for discussion and inspiring speakers from European regions, institutions, and...

Recap: POLITICO Health Care Summit 2021

On 27 and 28 October, EUREGHA attended the sixth edition of the POLITICO Health Care Summit. This year, due to Covid-19, the event was organized in a hybrid form, with a small number of attendees on site and everyone else joining digitally. Through exclusive...

The Liguria Region joined EUREGHA

We are very pleased to announce that the Liguria Region (IT) has officially joined EUREGHA as a full member of our network. We are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration through which we can learn from each other and support our joint efforts towards high...

European Week of Regions and Cities 2021

Healthy ageing in the EU: The potential of digital innovation for elderly health and social care.   On 12 October from 09:30 to 11:00, the Committee of the Regions’ NAT Commission and Interregional Group on Health and Well-being, and DG CONNECT , in collaboration...

EUREGHA is the reference network for European Regional and Local Health Authorities. We bring together a critical mass of knowledge and expertise and encourage diversity with the purpose of helping our members to improve the efficiency and quality of health systems and services in Europe.

Our key values

Diversity

By bringing regional and local health authorities together across Europe, the network offers a unique variety of experiences.

Participation

EUREGHA strives to involve as many regional and local health authorities as possible. The pro-activity of EUREGHA constitutes the primary resource of the network.

Transparency

The sharing of information, knowledge and opportunities among all EUREGHA members is at the core of EUREGHA activities.

Collaboration

By promoting cross-border and trans-regional partnerships as a means to improve health policies, EUREGHA aims to encourage the creation of new partnerships between members and relevant stakeholders.

Solidarity

Due to the disparity of resources available to regional and local health authorities in relation to their socio-economic characteristics, EUREGHA seeks to engage the most disadvantaged areas, and advocates to reducing health inequalities within and between European countries.

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