Research. Debate. Policy. News.
Eurohealth is a quarterly publication that provides a forum for researchers, policy-makers and experts to express their views on health policy issues and so contribute to a constructive debate on health policy in Europe.
David McDaid, Editor
Sherry Merkur, Editor
Anna Maresso, Editor
Lucia Kossarova, Assistant Editor
Elias Mossialos, Founding Editor
Paul Belcher, Senior Editorial Advisor
The aim of Eurohealth is to bridge the gap between the scientific community and the policy-making community by providing an opportunity for the publication of evidence-based articles, debates, and discussions on contemporary health system and health policy issues.
Eurohealth includes: Debates - deliberation on widely applicable issues by experts with opposing views; European Snapshots - analysis of the latest reforms or topical issues on the country level; Health Policy Developments - reports on the latest developments in health system reforms from experts working in the field; Evidence-informed Decision Making - articles that provide a synoptic account of the knowledge gained from published reviews and studies; and Monitor - detailing new publications from European governments and public health institutes, reporting on relevant health-related web sites, and presenting news on EU and country-level developments.
Eurohealth includes reports on the latest developments in health care reforms throughout Europe from experts working in the field. It also provides a look at important health policy developments around the world. In addition, Eurohealth provides readers with up-to-date information on the work of European and international organisations and institutions, with a particular emphasis on the European Union.
Backed by experts throughout Europe
The Editorial Team is based at LSE Health, and works with an Editorial Board. Eurohealth is also supported by an international Advisory Board, which is comprised of a distinguished list of academics and policy-makers from leading health policy research centres, national Ministries of Health and international organisations, such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Parliament. Eurohealth is also able to draw on the expertise of the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, which brings together eminent academics and research centres from across Europe.
The latest issue of Eurohealth is now available to download:
Eurohealth Volume 20 Number 1
Strengthening child health and health services
This issue’s Eurohealth Observer section looks at children’s health in Europe. The overview article discusses the state of child health and puts forward recommendations for strengthening child health services and systems. Four articles follow on primary care, public health, metal health, and prescribing for children. Other articles include: Improving men’s use of primary care services across Europe; the European Patient Summary Dataset; Alleviating high out-of-pocket spending on drugs in Estonia; and Eurohealth Monitor.
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