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
Willy Palm, Editorial Advisor
Elias Mossialos, Founding Editor
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.
Each issue of Eurohealth includes the following sections: Eurohealth Observer – reporting on widely applicable international and European health policy areas with a particular topic focus for each issue; Eurohealth International – contains articles on topics with relevance to countries beyond Europe’s borders; Eurohealth Systems and Policies - analysis of the latest reforms or topical issues on the country level from experts working in the field; and Eurohealth Monitor – draws attention to new publications and news.
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 4
New Eurohealth on Migrants and Health
The last Eurohealth for 2014 throws the spotlight on migrants and health. In the Observer section, the overview article describes the infectious disease burden in migrant populations in Europe. Three migrant-focussed articles follow on chronic viral hepatitis, health care access, and service entitlements in Spain and Sweden. The International Section contains an articles on: Politics of health workforce planning, and EU competence in health security policy. The Systems and Policies section looks at: Commercialisation of public hospitals in Poland; Perceptions about affordability of care in the Netherlands; Pharmaceutical market reform in Portugal; Financial crisis and health service reform in Cyprus; Reducing avoidable mortality in England; and Eurohealth Monitor.
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