EULAR Public Affairs: EULAR Brussels conference
Since 2010, EULAR organises an annual conference in Brussels around the annual event of World Arthritis Day (12 October). The aim of these events is to bring together the RMD community, EU and national policy-makers as well as a number of stakeholders to discuss relevant policy issues affecting people with RMDs and other chronic conditions.
Conference 'A sustainable and effective EU health policy for citizens: Focusing on chronic diseases and inclusion in social and economic life'
Brussels, 16 October 2019
Conference 'Bringing chronic diseases to the forefront of health innovation: From the lab to individualised health care'
Brussels, 9 October 2018
Conference 'The future of health research and innovation after Horizon 2020 - Do we need a novel approach?'
Brussels, 17 October 2017
Conference 'Reducing the burden of chronic diseases in the workplace. New policies for better working conditions and the retention of ill people at work'
Brussels, 12 October 2016
Conference 'Towards more integrated health care in Europe: strengthening patients’ access to cross-border care and health professionals’ mobility'
Brussels, 13 October 2015
Conference 'Analysing how to reduce the access barriers to health care for people with chronic diseases in Europe. Challenges, good practices and policy options for people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases'
Brussels, 16 October 2014
Conference 'Chronic diseases and health care delivery 2020: The challenge of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Findings, lessons and perspectives from the eumusc.net project'
Brussels, 17 October 2013
Conference 'Preventing chronic diseases for a healthier Europe: the case of Rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases'
Brussels, 16 October 2012
Conference Hungarian EU Presidency: 'Burden of rheumatoid and musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs): Challenges in work capacity and prevention of disability in the EU'
Budapest, 20-21 April 2011
Conference 'Belgian EU Presidency conference on rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases'
Brussels, 19-20 October 2010