EUHA delegation visited Helsinki University Hospital to gain insights from the Finnish Health and Social Care reform that was implemented in 2023. The visit was part of EUHA’s ongoing efforts to explore innovative future-proof ways of sustainable and resilient healthcare
ATMPs are very promising treatments for the severely ill. However, the path leading to their registration and clinical use is long and fraught with difficulties.JOIN4ATMP, an EUHA-driven and EU-funded project, was launched in January to help accelerate the development and affordable access to ATMPs in Europe.
EUHA, as a unique alliance of leading university hospitals in Europe, advocates for the essential role of academic medicine within healthcare systems. With the appointment of a Secretary-General, EUHA aims to represent the concerns of academic medicine and strengthen its role as advisor to policymakers at the EU level.
EUCARE is an EUHA-driven fellowship programme that will foster the exchange of essential knowledge among critical care nurses within EUHA hospitals. The programme will create a network of critical care nurses at the European level that will increase the preparedness to face future disasters while helping reduce shortages by increasing the attractiveness of the nursing profession. EUCARE is an ERASMUS+ funded programme that brings together several EUHA members and is officially launched today at Karolinska University Hospital.
ATMPs are very promising treatments for the severely ill. However, the path leading to their registration and clinical use is long and fraught with difficulties. Through the intense collaboration of its members, EUHA (and EUCCAT) is leading the translation of academia-developed ATMPs into clinical applications. This week, EUHA colleagues met in Berlin to discuss the progress of the EUHA-driven cross-border clinical trials that aim to address hurdles and create new sustainable models for ATMP development in Europe.
The Future Medicine Science Match (FMSM) is a flagship event with a focus on medical research, innovative ideas and concepts for the future of science, research and health care, taking place during the Berlin Science Week. EUHA is a network partner at this year’s conference and several EUHA colleagues will contribute by participating in panel discussions.
In the run-up to the twice-yearly Members’ Assembly in Berlin, we speak to Prof Dr Heyo Kroemer, CEO of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the serving EUHA president. On November 10th, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin will host the representatives from each EUHA member, including their CEOs and EUHA Steering Committee members, at the upcoming EUHA Member’s Assembly in Berlin.
The EUHA Members’ Assembly, scheduled for November 10th in Berlin, will be hosted by Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin 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.
Rethinking healthcare systems is critical to creating resilient and sustainable healthcare that can navigate the uncertainty of the future. With nurses being the largest section of the healthcare profession, rethinking and empowering their roles and practices is fundamental to achieving meaningful changes. This year’s World Health Summit 2023 will feature a session on rethinking nursing and new competency models.
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.