Join us for an insightful overview and roundtable discussion of the FACILITATE project and its promising innovations to enable data return to clinical study participants. Please register HERE to participate.
We'll delve into the progress achieved to date and outline our next steps. What sets this session apart is the inclusion of diverse perspectives from key stakeholders. Alongside patient testimonials, we'll hear from clinicians, representatives from companies, and regulatory bodies. This varied panel ensures a comprehensive discussion that reflects the project's multidimensional impact and fosters collaboration among stakeholders.
Combining the protection of patients' rights with skills shortage, medical desertification and job strain. The key role of HCPs for a healthier Europe.
20 March 2024 | 16:30 – 18:30
Room ASP 3H1 | European Parliament, Brussels
To attend the event, please register here (registration is free but mandatory)
Active Citizenship Network is delighted to invite you to the european celebration of the European Patients’ Rights Day, titled “Combining the protection of patients' rights with skills shortage, medical desertification and job strain. The key role of HCPs for a healthier Europe”.
Our upcoming institutional event will be held at the European Parliament in Brussels on 20 March 2024 from 16:30 to 18:30 in Room ASP 3H1, kindly hosted by MEP Brando Benifei (S&D) and organised with the support of the MEPs Interest Group "European Patients' Rights & Cross-Border Healthcare". Read more
Active Citizenship Network is delighted to invite you to our upcoming institutional event"Strengthening vaccination policies towards the European elections: from recommendations to concrete experiences", which will be held at the European Parliament in Brussels on 14 February 2024 from 10:30 to 12:00 in room ASP 3H1. As Europe approaches elections, there's a crucial need to highlight concrete actions in vaccination policies and this insightful session - kindly hosted by MEP Beatrice Covassi (S&D) with the support of the MEPs Interest Group “European Patients' Rights and Cross-border Healthcare” - aims to present activities carried out in the field of vaccination policies by different stakeholders, including civil society organizations, the private sector, European project consortia, etc. in order to promote the importance of vaccinations and the need for effective communication strategies. To know more, please click here and here.
Invited by its long-standing Polish partner, Instytut Praw Pacjenta i Edukacji Zdrowotnej-Institute for Patients’ Rights & Health Education, the director of Active Citizenship Network has been invited to participate as a panellist in the 18th Patients' Organisation Forum, organized - as in previous years - by the Institute, in connection with the World Patients’ Day. The conference will take place on 7-8 February 2024 in Warsaw.To know more, click here.
With the aim of deepening and sharing the topic of “active citizens in Europe advocate for vaccination”, the director of Active Citizenship Network has been invited to participate in the European seminar on vaccination hesitancy organized by the Cyprus University of Technology on 17 January from 08:30 to 14:30 (local time). For further information, please download his presentation and the programme.
Cittadinanzattiva, official ambassador of the European Citizens' Initiative, has been invited by the European Commission to join other ECI ambassadors and national contact points at the latest meet-up. These meetings are informal and involve a peer-to-peer exchange, with brief updates shared by the Commission and an invitation to participants to share questions, ideas, etc. To learn more about recent initiatives promoted within the network, please watch the ECI video competition for schools, download the educational toolkit available in all EU languages, and visit the FB group.
Within the framework of the #VaccinAction2023 EU project, Active Citizenship Network held on the 14th of December 2023 the II online training event titled “The value that vaccines bring in the AMR fight and why new-generation antibiotics alone cannot resolve the AMR crisis”.
The initiative consisted of a 1,5-hour free of charge training seminar (if you missed it, see the recording here) opened to leaders of civic and patient associations from different countries and focused on the essential role of vaccines in combating Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), exploring the question of "why new-generation antibiotics alone cannot effectively address the AMR crisis."
Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network, member of the EU-funded ENGAGE project consortium, invites non profit organizations and all the relevant stakeholders based in Brussels to the final event of the project. The event will take place in Brussels on November 23rd, 2023 at Transforma Evere - Av. Jules Bordet 13, 1140 Evere.
The overall theme of this event is to highlight tools, technologies, and strategies that can be employed to enhance the involvement of citizens in the processes of preparing for, responding to, and recovering from nature derived and man-made disasters.
Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network is organizing a European training seminar on the topic of intimate health conditions (incontinence, stomia, etc.) in Brussels on 17 November from 14:30 to 18:00.
The initiative is addressed to the representatives and leaders of Patients Advocacy Groups (PAGs) working at local, national and European levels for the protection of patients' rights and is part of the European project “Overcoming new challenges for advocacy of people with intimate health conditions in Europe” promoted by Cittadinanzattiva-Active Citizenship Network and F.A.I.S.-Federation of Incontinent and Ostomised Associations, a non-profit organisation that groups the regional voluntary associations in favour of incontinent and ostomised people in Italy - with the aim of giving more attention to the sensitive issues related to this topic.
Invited by Vaccines Europe, on 14 November Active Citizenship Network joined the EU Elections cocktail, organized at the European Parliament from 18:30-20:00 (CEST) by Vaccines Europe and kindly hosted by MEP Nicolás González Casares.