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European Public Health WEEK

22-26 May 2023

 

Public health: Global issues, local actions

 

 

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About the European Public Health Week

The European Public Health Week (EUPHW) aims to raise awareness about public health and promote collaboration among the public health community in Europe. It is an annual initiative that began in 2019 and keeps on growing. Read more about the past editions.

2023

The European Public Health Week 2023 will be held from 22-26 May. The overarching theme is 'Public health: Global issues, local actions'. Each day of the week will have its own daily theme:

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The European Public Health Week (EUPHW) aims to:

  • Make the case for public health and a more inclusive society across Europe
  • Raise awareness and amplify existing messages on five specific public health themes, in line with key organisations at European level
  • Create trust and innovative ways of collaboration among all professionals contributing to public health at local, national, regional and European level.

 

The European Public Health Week team

  

Annemieke Schuffelen
EUPHW Coordinator

Marieke Verschuuren
EUPHA Executive Director

Marie Guichardon
EUPHA Policy Officer

 

Steering Committee

  • Alastair Leyland (EUPHA Section Council)
  • Emilia Aragón de León (WHO Regional Office for Europe)
  • Isabel de la Mata (European Commission)
  • Iveta Nagyova (EUPHA President)
  • Monica Brînzac (EUPHAnxt)
  • Thomas Dorner (EUPHA member, Austrian Public Health Association)

 

The European Public Health Week (EUPHW) is an initiative by the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) supported by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and co-funded by the European Union.