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PHIRI at the European Public Health Week 2022 Barthelemy.Mor… Thu, 04/28/2022 - 17:36

PHIRI at the European Public Health Week 2022

PHIRI is happy to contribute to the European Public Health Week (EUPHW) 2022 with three events:

Webinar - Monitoring COVID-19 related changes in mental health in Europe

19th May 2022, 12:30-13:30 CET
In the framework of PHIRI, different European countries are conducting research through a use-case on the COVID-19 related changes in population mental health analyzing register data. This webinar, addressed to a wide audience of researchers, stakeholders and decision makers, will present the rationale, implementation process and first results of the use-case, as well as the added value of the federated approach we are following in PHIRI by bringing together data from different European countries. More information


YouTube recording available here.


Webinar - What next for pandemic preparedness in Europe?

20th May 2022, 11:30-13:00 CET
This webinar will explore immediate and long-term aspects of European pandemic preparedness as we stand at a cross-roads with regard to both the need to adapt COVID-19 strategies to new realities, and to bolster European preparedness against future threats. Speakers will explore the role of EU institutions and mechanisms in strengthening joint responses, share learnings from European countries in response to the shifting COVID-19 landscape, and highlight the role of modelling and forecasting. More information & Agenda of the session .


YouTube recording available here.


Lecture - Country visits: interviewing health information system stakeholders

20th May 2022, 13:00-14:00 CET
Two European projects TEHDAS and PHIRI are zooming in on Health Information Systems, by conducting semi-structured interviews with stakeholders through country visits. TEHDAS focuses on the readiness to join the European Health Data Space, whereas PHIRI maps Health Information Systems accommodating COVID-19. The event will present findings from both projects. More information

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Updated on 01 June 2022