EUHA members established the Healthcare Transformation Academy (HTA) in collaboration witto provide healthcare staff with skills that will be needed in future healthcare practice. In line with EUHA’s goals, the HTA upskills the workforce and supports the development, sustainability and resilience of healthcare systems.
The EUHA Rare Diseaes & European Reference Networks (RD & ERNs) Network met at Karolinska University Hospital (Stockholm) on the 12th and 13th of June. The network discussed the transition of paediatric patients with rare diseases into adult healthcare, the integration of European Reference Networks (ERNs) into national health systems and the diverse methodologies for classifying rare diseases.
Organised by King’s Health Partners and featuring many EUHA panellists, the symposium addressed the pressing concerns surrounding the uncertain future of healthcare, the current workforce shortages, and the urgent need to transform the delivery of care. From discussing innovative examples of tackling workforce shortages to exploring the role of university hospitals in supporting these solutions, the symposium fostered insightful conversations about healthcare sustainability.
The EUHA Members’ Assembly was hosted by King’s Health Partners on 16th June in London bringing together representatives from all EUHA members, ten of Europe’s leading university hospitals. During the meeting, EUHA representatives discussed EUHA’s ongoing projects to address workforce challenges and sustainable healthcare systems, reviewed the progress of EUHA working groups and networks, and discussed EUHA’s organisational and operational developments.
Leaders of the EUHA Nursing Network were invited as keynote speakers to a research symposium at Aarhus University Hospital on May 22nd. They presented the EUHA Nursing Mission Statement and their mapping exercise on nursing research areas in different EUHA members.
The EUHA Members’ Assembly, scheduled for June 16th in London, will be hosted by King’s Health Partners and will bring together representatives from all EUHA members, ten of Europe’s leading university hospitals. During the meeting, EUHA representatives will discuss EUHA’s ongoing projects to address workforce challenges and sustainable healthcare systems, review the progress of EUHA working groups and networks, and discuss EUHA’s organisational and operational developments.
PiPPi, a multi-professional community of practice for healthcare innovation which provides an environment for all stakeholders to identify and define common unmet clinical needs and prepare for the procurement of innovation, is organising a webinar titled “Trailblazing healthcare change: the PiPPi Community of Practice” on May 17th, 2023. PiPPi, the Platform for Procurement of Innovation […]
The European University Hospital Alliance (EUHA) recently held a workshop on “Rethinking European Healthcare System” at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin last week. Considering the current healthcare workforce shortages and the increasing demands on the European healthcare systems, experts and leaders from across EUHA members came together with other international organisations to explore sustainable long-term solutions for the future of the healthcare systems.
Karolinska University Hospital is organising an event with panel debates centred around the challenges in the EU healthcare agenda. Peter Gocke, will be representing EUHA and will contribute to the discussion on cross-border healthcare and the EU proposals to extend the scope of e-Health cross-border services to additional cases on the perspective of international patients.
Providing high-quality care is especially challenging for rare diseases. For this reason, EUHA joins the global awareness-raising campaign, Rare Disease Day, to show solidarity with the rare disease community.