As part of the IPH Business Plan 2017, policy team will continue their contribution to CHRODIS. This is a European collaboration of over 60 associated and collaborating partners from 26 Member States. Partners work together to identify, validate, exchange and disseminate good practice on chronic diseases. The focus is on health promotion and primary prevention as well as diabetes and multi-morbid chronic conditions. One of the key deliverables is a ‘Platform for Knowledge Exchange’.
The Institute of Public Health in Ireland and the Health Service Executive are representing Ireland in work package five. In addition, the European Institute of Women’s Health, based in Dublin, contributes to several work packages.
IPH intends to conclude its involvement in CHRODIS in March 2017. Subject to final approval from the Commission to proceed, IPH will continue its involvement in the next CHRODIS- PLUS from April 2017 to April 2020.
Our recent policy team outputs:
Interim report of the Irish partners (September 2015)
Presentation at CHRODIS Closing Conference February 2017
Other CHRODIS resources:
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