Cookies are used for the functionality of our web site. For more information
please see our Privacy policy or Ok thanks
Share:          
       

EUPHW 2021
5 daily themes
How can I get involved?
Submit an event
Search for events
Media toolkit
Past editions

European Public Health WEEK

17-21 May 2021

Joining forces for healthier populations

 

Single event page

Below is the event, click here to return to the search page.

This list is in chronological order, starting with the events that begin earlier in the day.

  HW154 - EJPH in video: suicide impact of the Basaglia Law (English)

Date / theme:Tuesday 18 May - New challenges in mental health
Time:8h00 until 23h45 (GMT+01:00) Amsterdam (organisers' local time)
(please check your equivalent timezone!)
Event type:  Video
Event format:Online only
Description:In this series of videos initiated by EUPHA, authors who have published in the European Journal of Public Health summarise their research in one minute. Three of these videos will be released during the European Public Health Week, 17-21 May. Today, for the second day of the European Public Health Week focusing on new challenges in mental health, Veronica Toffolutti presents a study exploring the suicide impact of the Basaglia Law, the Italian law that abolished asylums in 1978.
Hosting country:  Netherlands
Specific location(s):https://www.youtube.com/watch?vAKg7zEOvuFU
Language(s):English
Reach:European
Organisers:1) European Public Health Association (EUPHA) 2) Oxford University Press 3) “Carlo F. Dondena” Centre for Research on Social Dynamics and Public Policies, Bocconi University 4) Department of Public Health and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:https://www.youtube.com/redirect?eventvideo_description&redir_tokenQUFFLUhqa1RudnZoZ1NsV00wZm16TnlNS2cxbmZ4MmRTd3xBQ3Jtc0tuekVYQ1k1UkVJemJ0c3Jfc19IN
Contact email:office@eupha.org
Social media:Twitter: @OUPAcademic

Please note that the details shown below are provided to us by the organisers of the activities and as such EUPHA cannot be deemed responsible for any of the events. Please check with the organiser for further information.