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European Public Health Week

Ahead of Europe Day, the public health community in Europe prepares to unite for European Public Health Week. Between the 13th and 17th of May, over 70 events across 25 countries will celebrate healthy populations and raise awareness about public health.

Activities include workshops, lectures, webinars, games, sports classes, online campaigns, roundtable discussions and exhibitions, in several languages at local, national, regional and European level.

Initiated by the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), co-organised by the European Commission and supported by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, the first ever European Public Health Week launches on Monday the 13th May.

Each day of the week is dedicated to a public health topic:

  • Monday 13th of May - Becoming, being and remaining physically active

  • Tuesday 14th of May - Healthy environments

  • Wednesday 15th of May - Care 4 care

  • Thursday 16th of May - Sustainable and healthy diets

  • Friday 17th of May - Youth mental health

For a full list of EUPHW events, visit eupha.org/EUPHW_Full_list_of_events

To search for events by country, visit eupha.org/EUPHW_Search_for_an_event

To get involved, you can attend one of the events taking place or even host your own. Alternatively, you can follow and retweet content from @EUPHActs, @EUPHAnxt and #EUPHW on Twitter. 

For more information, visit eupha.org/European_Public_Health_Week_2019

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[13-05-2019 to 31-12-2019]

 


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