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#EHFG2022

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SPEAKERS

Johannes Rauch

Federal Minister of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection, Austria

Christopher Fearne

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health, Malta

Leonore Gewessler

Federal Minister for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, Austria

Daniels Pavļuts

Minister for Health, Latvia

Stella Kyriakides

European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety

Hans Kluge

Regional Director for Europe, World Health Organization

Sandra Gallina

Director-General, European Commission Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety

Pierre Delsaux

Director-General, European Commission Directorate-General for Health Emergency Preparedness and Response

Andrea Ammon

Director, European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Emer Cooke

Executive Director, European Medicines Agency

John Ryan

Director of the Public Health, Country Knowledge & Crisis Management Directorate, European Commission Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety

Istvan Ujhelyi

MEP, European Parliament

Sara Cerdas

MEP, European Parliament

Sally Davies

UK Special Envoy on Antimicrobial Resistance

Ayoade Alakija

Co-Chair, Africa Vaccine Delivery Alliance

Nathalie Berger

Director for Support to Member States’ Reforms, European Commission Directorate-General for Structural Reform Support

Nathalie Moll

Director General, European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations

Veli-Mikko Niemi

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health

Karin Tegmark Wisell

Director General, Public Health Agency of Sweden

Dorte Bech Vizard

Deputy Permanent Secretary, Danish Ministry of Health

Abigail Perry

Director of Nutrition, World Food Programme

Mariana Mazzucato

Chair of the WHO Council on the Economics of Health for All and Founding Director of the UCL Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose, University College London

Runa Khan

Honorary President, One Sustainable Health Forum Approach

Milka Sokolović

Director General, European Public Health Alliance

Vytenis Andriukaitis

Chair, All Policies for a Healthy Europe Coalition

Michael Marmot

Director, The UCL Institute of Health Equity

Geneviève Chêne

Director General, Santé Publique France

Mario Monti

Chair, Pan-European Commission on Health and Sustainable Development

Rüdiger Krech

Director of the Department of Health Promotion, World Health Organization

Ilona Kickbusch

Founding Director and Chair of the Global Health Centre, Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies Geneva

Francesca Colombo

Head of OECD Health Division, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Malin Grape

Ambassador on Antimicrobial Resistance, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Sweden

Main Theme

Under the patronage of the Austrian Federal President, Alexander Van der Bellen, the EHFG will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2022 and take stock of the substantial accomplishments in public health over the last quarter century. At the same time, we will look forward and discuss the challenges and policy options for action urgently needed across sectors, borders, and disciplines at this watershed moment for health, security, and solidarity. This is the window of opportunity to co-create a true European Health Union! “Building forward better” requires fundamental transformation of the way our societies operate – and this can only be achieved through peace in Europe, supported by political will, collaboration, and unity. Only by shooting for the moon and leaving “business as usual” firmly in the past do we stand a chance of succeeding in our mission to build a healthier, more equitable, and sustainable future for all. 

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Programme Details

View our PDF programme overview here.

  • Monday  |  26.09.2022Mon
  • Tuesday  |  27.09.2022Tue
  • Wednesday  |  28.09.2022Wed
  • Thursday  |  29.09.2022Thu
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  • Transformative approaches
  • Well-being societies
  • Resilient and sustainable systems
  • Plenary

TOPIC TRACKS

Transformative approaches

In times of crisis, innovation tends to receive diminished attention. Yet, it is a key ally in overcoming complex health challenges and tackling health disparities. Join us on this journey to discover how transformative methods can catalyse our fight against NCDs and rare diseases, bring us a step closer to achieving data mobility, improve infection management strategies, increase access to organ transplantation, and more. We will debate the role that innovation can play in realising – and sustaining - a true European Health Union and discuss what is needed to harvest such promises. 

Resilient and sustainable systems

Building forward better needs concrete plans to translate ideas into reality. Sessions in this track will discuss the crucial role of policy reforms and initiatives in building resilient and sustainable healthcare systems to serve our communities. Topics will include the importance of adequate financing, prioritising the well-being of our healthcare workforce, and the ethical dilemmas behind policy development in the context of a pandemic. We will have the unique opportunity of contributing to the development of the new EU Global Health Strategy, and will consider how to deepen and advance collaborative efforts to improve access to novel medicines. 

Well-being societies

How can we meet the “good ancestor test” and transition to a sustainable well-being society that does not breach ecological limits? We look forward to exploring success stories of grassroots health promotion and climate activism, as well as learning about best practice when it comes to health equity and the inclusion of marginalised groups. In this track we will debate practical approaches to shifting how we understand and build societal health and prosperity, by looking beyond economic growth to collective well-being and environmental sustainability. Let’s explore new narratives and strategies together, with a view to making well-being one of the core pillars of our true European Health Union. 

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If you have any questions about the conference, drop us a message at office@ehfg.org.

 

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