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EUPHAnxt is a unique network and platform within EUPHA for students and early career researchers, policymakers and professionals in the field of public health. EUPHAnxt is a free and open initiative that aims to sensitize and involve the future generations into the European and multidisciplinary network of public health associations. EUPHAnxt was established in 2011 and since then it is coordinated by young professionals and has grown into a network with almost 1300 subscribers.

Mission

  • Create a network between young professionals interested in public health and health related fields, to advance information sharing and international collaboration.
  • Strengthen the presence of young professionals in  the European public health community by facilitating their contact to relevant public health professionals and by providing them with opportunities to further advance their academic skills
  • Build collaborations with associations of young professionals to broaden the EUPHAnxt network and represent the diverse aspects of public health.

EUPHAnxt defines young professionals as all students, early career researchers and professionals.InternshipAt present EUPHA office is not looking for an intern. If you would like to intern at one of EUPHA's sections though, please let us know so we can forward your request to the EUPHA Section concerned. You can send your request to office@eupha.org.EUPHAnxt in Milan 2015 The team    

Tjede Funk

Master's in Global Health, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Research and Educational Assistant, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Email: t.funk@alumni.maastrichtuniversity.nl

Giacomo Scaioli

Resident physician in Public Health Department at Public Health Sciences University of Torino - Italy

Email: giacomo.scaioli@unito.it

Emma Honkala

Bachelor’s Graduate in Geography with concentration on health geography, Edinburgh University – Scotland/UK

Email: emmahonkala@gmail.com