Can healthcare be transformed by ‘disruptive innovation’? How can sustainable private, public and philanthropic funding for global health research and innovation be encouraged from Europe and the world? How can Europe help mainstream new emerging models of care delivery?
These are just some of the questions Friends of Europe sought to answer together with experts during the first half of the year. We also continued our work with Housing Solutions Platform and published a factsheet on sustainable tourism.
In case you missed some of our work on health and well-being and want to learn more, here some suggestions to get you started:
- Disruptive models of healthcare for Europe – Discussion paper
- Improving access, care and diagnosis for rare diseases
- Greater innovation needed to fight neglected diseases: Gates and Moedas
- Antimicrobial resistance is a global threat that needs global action – now, by Francesca Colombo
- Progress made on women in science – but much still to do, by Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin
- Time for all of us to take on the housing policy challenge, by Kathleen Kelly
- Should everyone be considered organ donors unless they ‘opt-out’?
- How can technology be used to improve healthcare in Europe?
- What’s the best way to stop the ‘brain-drain’ of young workers?
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