VulnerABLE - 
Final Dissemination Conference
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Rue Gineste 3, 1210 Brussels, Belgium
7th November 2017
#equalhealthforall
 


08:30 – 09.00

Registration and welcome coffee

09.00 - 09.30

Setting the scene

     Welcome - Caroline Costongs, Director, EuroHealthNet – Chair

     Opening words - Arila Pochet, Policy Officer, Unit C4 Health determinants and

      inequality, DG Heath and Food Safety

     Project introduction – Christina Dziewanska-Stringer, ICF

09:30 – 10:30

Access to healthcare for vulnerable and isolated groups: Thematic context

     Thematic commentary: Prof. Peter Goldblatt, UCL Institute of Health Equity,

      Department of Epidemiology & Public Health

     Presentation of four thematic sessions – Christina Dziewanska-Stringer, ICF

     Q&A session

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee break


11:00 – 12:30

 

Thematic session 1: Universal health coverage: How can universal access to healthcare be guaranteed for everyone irrespective of their age, gender, socio-economic and health status?

     Setting the scene: main themes and project results – David Pattison, Lead Trainer-

      vulnerABLE Project team

     Presentation of two good practices:

     Family Centres in Sweden- Vibeke Bing, Public Health Consultant

    ‘Open.med Munich’- Lucy Jones, Head of the Domestic programs of Medecins

     du Monde, UK

     Comments from Daniel Lopez-Acuna, Expert Group on Social Determinants and

      Health Inequalities

     Q&A session

11:00-12:30

 

Thematic session 2: Multi-sectoral approaches: What are the links between health policies and policies in other areas? What inter-sectoral actions are required to ensure comprehensive health services?

     Setting the scene: main themes and project results – Tatjana Buzeti, Trainer-

      vulnerABLE Project team

     Presentation of two good practices:

     Interagency guidance tool for Cork City - Denise Cahill, Healthy Cities Co-

     ordinator, Cork

     Casa Aurora- Nicoletta Capra, Italy

     Comments from Meri Larivaara, Expert Group on Social Determinants and

      Health Inequalities

     Q&A session

12:30 – 13.30

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00

Thematic session 3: Addressing the health needs of the target groups: What are the most effective ways to address the health needs of persons living in isolated and vulnerable situations?

     Setting the scene: main themes and project results – Jo Robins, Trainer-        

      vulnerABLE Project team

     Presentation of three good practices:

     Co-production- Maria Gallagher, Public Health Wales

     Prison Health- Samuel d'Almeida, France

     Comments from Daniel Lopez-Acuna, Expert Group on Social Determinants and

      Health Inequalities

     Q&A session

13:30 – 15:00

Thematic session 4: Addressing the social determinants of health: How can we remove socio-economic barriers to health outcomes and make EU societies more inclusive?

     Setting the scene: main themes and project results – David Pattison, Lead Trainer-

      vulnerABLE Project team

     Presentation of two good practices:

     DIATROFI Programme- Yiannnis Koutelidas, PROLEPSIS, Greece

     Housing First- Dalma Fabian, FEANTSA

     Comments from Giuseppe Costa, lead of the forthcoming Joint Action on Health

      Inequalities

     Q&A session

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee break

15:30 – 17:00

 

     Presentation of main results from each thematic session discussion - David Pattison, Lead Trainer- vulnerABLE Project team

Final panel discussion – Plenary session

     Caroline Costongs, Director, EuroHealthNet – Chair

     Representative of DG SANTE (TBD)

     Rudy Van Dam, Chair of the Indicator’s Sub-Group, European Social Protection

      Committee

     Ana Carla Pereira, Head of Unit, Unit C2 - Modernisation of Social Protection

     Systems, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

     Freek Spinnewijn , Vice President, EPHA

     Reflection with the audience

17.00

Close of conference