This evening seminar is the second in the series and explored how European health and care best practice can be applied to shape domestic health policy, research and leadership.
In conjunction with the NHS European Office, HSRUK at Universities UK and LSE Health; UCL Partners hosted this seminar focusing on innovation in the design of health and care systems for active and healthy ageing, drawing on examples from the 32 European Reference Sites recognised as pioneers by the European Commission. Delegates listened to senior European colleagues leading innovative community-driven change programmes, hearing directly from the leaders of two European Reference Sites for Active and Healthy Ageing; Ireland and Catalunya, and gained a European perspective on new models of health and care
- Professor William Molloy, Chair, Centre for Gerontology and Rehabilitation, University of Cork and co-Leader for the Collaboration on Ageing (COLLAGE)
- Tino Martí, International Area Manager, TicSalut Foundation (ICT and Health Centre, Ministry of Health, Catalunya)
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