Working towards better health for all in Europe.
Transforming the food system and preventing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) for human well-being and planetary health.
Stand against discrimination, for inclusion and equal opportunities for all to live, work and age in sustainable, healthy environments.
We stand for transparency, accountability and the public interest in pharmaceuticals – and better access to better medicines for all.
Health Systems and Economy
Trade for health, not health for trade! A progressive trade policy that works for the public good is possible and achievable.
Global Public Health
AMR is threatening human and animal health as well as the environment. The consequences of inaction are too grave to contemplate.
Digital health has the power to revolutionise healthcare and tackle health inequalities – done wrong, it could exacerbate social and gender equity issues.
Call to learn from the COVID-19 experience and enhance the level of preparedness, response, and resilience.
The RC72 sought and reached a consensus on key actions in several priority health areas, including those of particular interest for EPHA and its members.
The CAP is still far away from embedding a health-oriented approach to disbursing agricultural subsidies, despite the vast potential benefits of doing so.
The importance of food literacy and nutrition care as an essential part of policies to tackle non-communicable diseases.
Joint open letter on the need to include the framework on Sustainable Food Systems in the EC work programme for 2023.
Crisis in Ukraine
War is the ultimate enemy of people’s health, where in addition to the loss of lives, injuries, and destruction, the entire public health is at stake. EPHA stands in full solidarity with the people of Ukraine and the wider region affected by the conflict.
The need for strong European action to tackle the flaws in our health systems and support our health workforce have been highlighted by different countries’ ability to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak as effectively as others.