FRESHER Brussels Meeting, October 2015

The second in a series of three regional meetings on the detection of critical trends and drivers of NCDs, the Brussels workshop brought together 25 experts from diverse range of working areas with a stake in EU policy. With participants from fields such as public health, health equity urban planning and chronic disease specific areas, the workshop made an important leap forward to determine key drivers of chronic diseases and their potential implications on health and well-being. The expertise provided by participants was impressive and the benefit for the project as well as other participants was encouraging to see.


Fresher Brussels Workshop report




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