10 March 2016 will see the eleventh World Kidney Day take place. This year’s theme is ‘Kidney Disease & Children. Act Early to Prevent It!’ The day will focus on improving education, facilitating early detection and ensuring that throughout an individual’s life – starting at birth – everyone is well equipped to combat and manage kidney disease.
We would like to thank both KP Tsang and Eva Maria Ruiz de Castilla, who have left the IAPO Governing Board after many years of service.
From 4-6 February 2016, EFCCA (the European Crohn´s and Ulcerative Colitis Associations) together with GAfPA (Global Alliance for Patient Access), organised an advocacy workshop on patient safety in Barcelona that gathered over 60 patient representatives from a wide range of immune modulate disease groups and other organizations .
We are very pleased to announce that IAPO’s official relations status with the World Health Organization has been renewed.
A brief look at universal health coverage examples in the UK and Thailand.
(ESP only) Las Enfermedades Raras (ER) son en su mayoría enfermedades graves, crónicas y progresivas que producen una alta carga familiar y social y plantean retos a los sistemas de salud y protección social muy distintos a los de las enfermedades comunes.
The 7th Global Patients Congress will feature a wide range of excellent speakers.
There are two months to go until the 7th Global Patients Congress ! We know that our members are working hard and are incredibly busy but please don’t forget to register now if you intend to join us. We are pulling together final preparations and do not want you to miss out.
Mental health advocates have been surprised by two reviews of mental health services arriving at the same time.
Please help us evaluate Patient Solidarity Day 2015. Whether you hosted an event, shared via social media or chose not to take part last year, we want to hear from you.