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Studiorum, SEEHN and WHO EURO joint session at the 17th European Health Forum Gastein

The European Health Forum Gastein is the leading health policy event in the EU. Its 17th edition will take place in the very beginning of October and will be attended by nearly 600 experts, including representatives of WHO EURO, SEEHN and Studiorum.

It is with utmost pleasure that we announce the participation of Studiorum at the 17th edition of the European Health Forum Gastein to be held on October 1-3, 2014.

Organized annually in the Gastein Valley in Austria ever since 1998, the European Health Forum Gastein (EHFG) is a major platform for decision-makers in various fields of public health & health care. Being the leading health policy event in the EU, it is regularly attended by the most prominent experts in the field and an unparalleled mix of participants.

This year, within the EHFG, a joint session will be organized by SEEHN and its partners WHO EURO and Studiorum. The session titled: “Health for Jobs and prosperity in SEE”, will offer a presentation and discussion of the South East Europe (SEE) Growth Strategy and the policy commitment of South Eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) which is the main contributor and promoter of the health dimension in the SEE 2020 Strategy.

The program envisages the following speakers: Goran Cerkez, Deputy Minister for Health, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Chair of the Executive Committee of SEEHN, Zsuzsanna Jakab, Regional Director WHO EURO, Nikola Todorov, Minister of Health of the Republic of Macedonia and representatives of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) and of the Public Health Institutes from Slovenia, Montenegro, and Romania. Invited experts to address the audience include: Neda Milevska, Executive Director of Studiorum, David Hunter, professor at Durham University and Elke Jakubowski, Program Manager for Public Health Services, WHO EURO.

The European Health Forum Gastein is supported by the European Commission and the Austrian Ministry of Health.