The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has accepted the EFPC as a member of its Stakeholder Platform. This platform assists EFSA in the development of its overall relations and policy with stakeholders. It provides a forum for dialogue, exchange of ideas, information and views while aiming to improve the opportunities given to EFSA stakeholders to contribute to the activities and to better meet the expectations of the EU citizens.

WATCH IT AGAIN! (Just accessible for EFPC Members)

This webinar represents a great opportunity to witness an interview between two influential primary care leaders Jan De Maeseneer and Sally Kendall (actual and future elected chairman of the European Forum For Primary Care) that will drive the audience towards a journey in their careers and will raise the importance of primary care and the challenges of integrated care for shaping the future at a global level.

The Commission appointed new members of its Expert Panel of Effective Ways of Investing in Health, which has recently been renewed for three additional years.

The EFPC is glad to announce the re-election of EFPC Chairman Jan De Maeseneer and the election of longtime EFPC members Sabina Nuti (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies) and Dionne Kringos (Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam)

The EFPC was invited to provide a response via the EU health policy platform for the first version of a draft joint statement for Mental Health prepared by Mental Health Europe. The EFPC Mental Health Working Group developed an additional paragraph on Primary Care to be included in this statement. The paragraph was endorsed by the EFPC membership and has been uploaded at the EU Health Policy Platform website. At the 5 December Platform meeting in Brussels it has been accepted as a crucial part of providing Mental Health care for EU citizens. 

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