For the fifth year in a row, live cartoonist Floris Oudshoorn was the ace in the hole of the 21st European Health Forum Gastein, which took place last week from 3 to 5 October in Gastein, Austria.
Clear political choices for 2030 was this year's theme. And 2018 is an important year for our health. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and with it the right to health itself, exists 70 years. While other important health milestones such as the Tallinn charter and Alma-Ata are celebrating their anniversary. All these occasions give reasons to emphasize how important it is that health remains a key European priority.
The European health forum Gastein (EHFG) is an independent, impartial organization, established in 1998 as a European conference on health policy. The aim is to provide a neutral platform for the debate on, and the progress of, health policy in the EU and beyond.
Thank you ?@MySwampThing? for your great drawings during the #EHFG Conference!! pic.twitter.com/ofIVMt5mBc
— Florian Stigler (@FlorianStigler) 5 oktober 2018
Making the case for the importance of Health Literacy... as seen at the opening session of #ehfg2018 pic.twitter.com/vQFiyA45F0
— Swiss Global Health (@BAG_INT) 3 oktober 2018
The wonderful Floris Oudshoorn is attending and enriching #EHFG2018 again! @EFPIA pic.twitter.com/1o3NFRldag
— Elizabeth Kuiper (@kuiper_em) 4 oktober 2018
Wrapping up with the final plenary. #EHFG2018 #ComicHouseNL pic.twitter.com/SDmh0f54PV
— Floris Oudshoorn (@MySwampThing) 5 oktober 2018