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Coalition for Health, Ethics and Society (CHES)

The Coalition for Health, Ethics and Society (CHES) aims to promote multi-stakeholder dialogue between health and non-health practitioners on topical health issues. CHES events and publications particular attention to the ethical aspects of health and issues regarding access to healthcare, affordability and patient choice. CHES is a joint initiative by the EPC and Johnson & Johnson. Its activities are governed by a Steering Committee and managed by the EPC. CHES is independent of all stakeholders. In 2022-2023, the overarching theme is ‘Health and Well-being for Europe’s Recovery. In this context, CHES activities will focus on ways to align the European recovery from COVID-19 with the promotion of individual and societal well-being.



EU health policy: From reaction to resilience
By Elizabeth Kuiper , Danielle Brady - 12/02/2024
Building public trust to successfully deploy AI in EU healthcare
By Danielle Brady - 26/01/2022
Health & healthcare / POLICY BRIEF
What role for health in the new Commission?
By Simona Guagliardo - 04/02/2020
Health & healthcare / POLICY BRIEF
Integrating is caring: A paradigm shift in health
By Claire Dhéret , Simona Guagliardo - 19/02/2019
Active and healthy ageing - can the EU deliver?
By Annika Hedberg - 28/02/2011


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Health care, Social Europe, well-being
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Social Europe, economic governance, wellbeing economy, Recovery and Resilience Facility, the Just Transition, demographic change, the future of work

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EU health and social policies
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Labour rights, inequality, the digital economy,  economic governance,  international politics,  social protection and the welfare state

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