The next EuroNews MRPH will arrive soon!
We kindly invite you to send your article(s) and/or short news about any public health issue that have involved your Country (and/or of international concern), as well as updates about EuroNet MRPH projects, residency programmes, national and overseas placements, by the 11th of September to: email@example.com
Your written contribution should respect the following characteristics:
– Length – word count: 550 words as an extended article; or 220 words as a short news ;
– Reference and sources of information and data, as well as reference and sources of any table and pictures included;
– Article Author/s’ personal contact/s (feel free to include social media accounts) and picture.
You may be interested in reading the last newsletters. Find them all at: http://euronetmrph.org/?page_id=893
Furthermore, we strongly advice you to share this call among all your colleagues through your communication channels, in order to involve always more people in the network.
We look forward to receive your contribution. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
All the best from the Portuguese team
Dear EuroNet members,
It has been a week since the results of the referendum have come through with a result of 51.9% voting for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union sinking in.
We realise the majority of EuroNet members, including all of the UK EuroNet committee, are extremely disappointed and upset by the result. For now, the short term and long term implications for the UK are uncertain across all areas, particularly for the NHS and for public health. However, as emphasized by the Faculty of Public Health in their recent statement, the decision has been made and within the UK, “we need to ensure the best aspirations of the Leave campaign are delivered and the worst predictions of the Remain campaign are avoided”.
International collaborations are crucial in public health. Organisations such as EuroNet will become more important than ever to preserve and strengthen those relationships, irrespective of the political situation. We will be reinforcing this view to our European colleagues and friends and will keep you updated with any further developments.
For now, we will follow the developments carefully and reiterate our commitment to the principle of EuroNet – connecting public health trainees across Europe to share practice and ultimately improve the health of our populations across the region.
UK EuroNet team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
EuroNet Summer Meeting Program
Friday July 8th
14.00 welcome and ice breaking game
15.00 guest speaker; Ashis Brahma about refugees
15.30-16.00 coffee/tea break
16 – 18.00 discussion topic about refugee health ( preparations)
18.00 borrel and bbq/ diner campfire
Saturday July 9th
10- 12.00 general assembly
13-14,.00 general assembly
14-15.30 working groups
15.30 coffee/ tea break
16 – 16.30 working group presentations
16.30 -17.30 2 min presentations per country
18.00 borrel and bbq/ diner campfire
Sunday July 10th
9.30 breakfast and social program in Amsterdam
You are all invited to the next EuroNet meeting, that will take place in Netherlands in 8-10th July. Ask to your EuroNet Country delegation for further informations.
Hope to see you soon… in Netherlands!
Here the poster in attachment: word poster euronet 1 summer meeting
And here you can find further informations: Information Euronet Meeting The Netherlands
Please find in attachment the call for the scholarship for the Slovenian school of management, whose deadline has been postponed until the 13th May 2016: IEDC
Dear EuroNet colleagues and friends,
Another nice offer for this summer!
Please find the final programme for the meeting in Zagreb and the programme for the scientific session on Saturday afternoon!
We are proud to announce the 2016 EuroNet MRPH Spring meeting in Zagreb, Croatia that will take place on April 1st and 2nd .
Attached please find the call poster and the draft programme for the event: Preliminary_Programme_Zagreb_v2
Some more details below
Please fill out the attendance form on the following address by March 7th
We can offer comfortable and affordable accommodation at the Zagreb School of Public Health
(where the meetings will take place). Double-rooms, 30€ per person single-use, 20€ per person double-use. 9 double-rooms are available in total. Each room is equipped with a bathroom and free Wi-Fi. There is a communal kitchen. This accommodation is available on first-come-first-serve basis, so please contact us. Of course, feel free to use all the airbnb, booking. com and other accommodation options…
Zagreb has a small but not-so-bad connected airport, uber and a nicely organized public transport system (google: ZET Zagreb, http://www.zagreb-airport.hr/home ).
We would like to invite you to prepare the oral presentations (one per country) of research and work-based projects from your perspective as EU Public health residents (for open session – see the Programme).
Feel free to attend the Facebook event we created under the Croatian Public Health Society: https://www.facebook.com/events/1754523938109852/
Looking forward to seeing you all in Zagreb!
Here in attachment the proposal for a scholarship coming from Euronet Croatia: IEDC EuroNet scholarship call v2
All the informations for Zagreb’s meeting are coming soon!