Category Archives: health policy

FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to launch international awards for well-informed, clear writing on health matters in social media. These new annual international awards

FPM International Awards for Medical Writing in Social Media

The Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine is partnering with its journals – Health Policy and Technology and the Postgraduate Medical Journal – to launch international awards for well-informed, clear writing on health matters in social media. These new annual international awards

European cooperation on healthcare: report on FPM-HPT conference at Erasmus University in Rotterdam

European cooperation is crucial for providing the highest possible quality of healthcare for the ~740 million citizens on the continent. Innovations in European healthcare also have a vital impact on global health. Many international organizations and institutes participate in European

European cooperation on healthcare: report on FPM-HPT conference at Erasmus University in Rotterdam

European cooperation is crucial for providing the highest possible quality of healthcare for the ~740 million citizens on the continent. Innovations in European healthcare also have a vital impact on global health. Many international organizations and institutes participate in European

European Cooperation on Healthcare: FPM-HPT conference at Erasmus, Rotterdam on 21st June 2019

European cooperation is crucial for providing the highest possible quality of healthcare for the ~740 million citizens on the continent. Examples include movement of people seeking education, training and work in health-related sectors; regulation of medicines and vaccines and pharmacovigilance

European Cooperation on Healthcare: FPM-HPT conference at Erasmus, Rotterdam on 21st June 2019

European cooperation is crucial for providing the highest possible quality of healthcare for the ~740 million citizens on the continent. Examples include movement of people seeking education, training and work in health-related sectors; regulation of medicines and vaccines and pharmacovigilance