- The NDPHS invites you to a seminar "Where are we heading – wealthier and healthier in the decades to come, or just the opposite?" to be held on 8 November 2016, Stockholm, Sweden, as a part of the 7th Annual EUSBSR Forum. (Read more)
- NDPHS issues its e-Newsletter 1/2016, which provides latest news and updates on recent NDPHS activities, and other interesting events and developments. (Read more)
- 2nd Meeting of the Primary Health Care Expert Group, 20-21 October 2016, Stockholm, Sweden
- "From facts to policy and actions" NDPHS PAC-12 side-event, 27 October 2016
- 8th Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Establishment of the NDPHS Secretariat, 27 October 2016
- 12th Partnership Annual Conference, 28 October 2016
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|NDPHS e-Newsletter 1/2016|
This issue of the NDPHS e-Newsletter opens with an article about the policy-to-project-to-policy regional conference recently organised by the NDPHS Secretariat and hosted by the WHO Regional Office for Europe. The Partnership promotes the policy-to-project-to-policy approach as it sees it indispensable in making meaningful and lasting contributions to systemic improvements in the Baltic Sea Region and, with this, to successfully addressing regional challenges to health and social well-being.
Further on, we invite the readers to meet the leaderships of the NDPHS Experts Groups that have been reformed last year following the adoption of the new NDPHS Strategy 2020 and its accompanying Action Plan. As the reformed expert groups are already in a full swing working towards achieving the agreed regional goals and objectives, we hope this can offer plentiful opportunities for other interested stakeholders to become involved in mutually supportive regional efforts.
For readers interested in strategic issues seen from a macro-regional cooperation perspective, we have included two articles. Finally, we give an account of one of the projects successfully implemented by the NDPHS Secretariat and invite interested actors to join us in implementing our new project.