Conference Archive 
01-03 October 2014, Bad Hofgastein
The European Parliament elections, the elections for the President of the European Commission and the new College of Commissioners in 2014 earmarked an important year for European politics in general and for health policy in Europe in particular. In order to meet visions of a social and prosperous Europe, we need politicians and stakeholders who will champion smart, sustainable and inclusive policies while maintaining strong values such as universality, access to good quality care, equity and solidarity. However, there are concerns about an increased eurosceptic presence in the new European Parliament and what that could entail for health.
The EHFG 2014 reflected on the opportunities and risks for health in light of the outcome of the current European elections, and discussed how to maintain and improve the health of European citizens.
We are happy to provide you with first-hand outcomes and other supporting materials of the #EHFG2014 conference.
Detailed session summaries, including various policy recommendations that emerged from the discussions.
As discussed in Gastein… - Short summary of the key topics discussed at the conference and its outcomes.
Young Forum Gastein Scholars publish two isseues of an EHFG newsletter - the Young Forum Gastein Gazette - during the conference.
Speakers, panellists, moderators and chairs of the conference - biographical information.
Abstracts submitted by the speakers and panellists.
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This online programme version provides a comprehensive overview over the content of Plenary Sessions and Parallel Fora as well as over the Workshops. To keep you up to date our programme is regularly updated online.