- NDPHS is participating in the 10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea region (EUSBSR) focusing on demographic changes along with the circular and sharing economy.
- The study "Preventable premature deaths (PYLL) in Northern
Dimension partnership countries 2003–13" has been published in in the European Journal of Public Health. (Read more)
- 7th Meeting of the Primary Health Care Expert Group, 15-16 May 2019, Oslo, Norway
- 13th Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Establishment of the NDPHS Secretariat, 25 April 2019, Moscow
- 31st Meeting of the Committee of Senior Representatives, 25-26 April 2019, Moscow
- 26th Meeting of the EG Chairs and ITAs, 24 April 2019, Moscow
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|30 January||Training "Capacity building for EUSBSR stakeholders", 6-7 December 2017, Riga, Latvia|
Organised by the NDPHS Secretariat (the Coordinator of the Policy Area “Health” within the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR)), together with the coordinators of the EUSBSR Horizontal Action “Capacity”, the training gathered 20 experts and trainees from Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Finland, Poland and Russian Federation. Its main purpose was to strengthen project promoters’ capacity to design and structure project ideas and concepts into viable project proposals within the EUSBSR framework, which could ultimately turn into regional flagship projects.
The focus of the first day was on policy impact, flagship processes and alignment of funding with the priorities of the EUSBSR. The second day ran by the NDPHS Secretariat, was shaped as a capacity building on project development and implementation for stakeholders active in the EUSBSR Policy Area “Health”. In this way the strategic discussions held on the first day were then translated into a practical and design-oriented process where project ideas were taken into bits and pieces and elaborated more in-depth.
During both days the participants benefited from several interactive participative exercises – split into teams they discussed concrete ideas and actions as well as exercised project management tools such as a Problem Tree, an Objective Tree and a Logical Framework Approach.
The speakers’ presentations and the summary of the training conclusions can be downloaded from the NDPHS website at: https://goo.gl/zDwgoa
The training was held as part of a project “Support to coordination and implementation of activities within the EUSBSR Policy Area Health" currently being implemented by the NDPHS Secretariat with co-financing received from the European Union Interreg BSR Programme 2014-2020.