In celebration of World Brain Day 2020, the European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA) has published the results of its recent survey on stigma and neurological disorder.
According to the World Health Organisation, stigma is a major cause of discrimination… Continue Reading
Meeting of WHO with EFNA, EAN and EBC to discuss brain health Report
Platform for all participants to present their ongoing work and discuss potential collaboration in the area of brain health
European Academy of Neurology (EAN): Raad… Continue Reading
Global Health – EFNA activities update
At EFNA we remain engaged with global health initiatives and actors (you can read about initial reasons for this here: Health is a shared global value).
The last couple of months have been rather… Continue Reading
Globalisation has created convergence of individual countries’ health problems and, consequently, mutual dependence for generating solutions. This means that in today’s world, we can no longer consider health of particular countries or regions, such as European Union (EU), in isolation.
The European Federation of Neurological Associations (EFNA), together with European Brain Council (EBC) and European Academy of Neurology (EAN), has sent an open letter to EU leaders, making a strong case for increased prioritisation of neurological/brain health in EU policies and calling for concrete measures to be undertaken to counteract the increasing burden of brain disorders.