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The Faculty of Public Health’s Europe Special Interest Group (SIG) has been established to strengthen our capacity in health advocacy at the European Union level, and to collaborate on the development of competence-based public health education and training across Europe. Based on the best evidence, we seek to:

  • Support the development of sustainable public health education and training systems in Europe.
  • Advise on European engagement and action, in particular in relation to health policy.
  • Support the development of a visible and effective public health profession in European member states.
  • Collaborate with European partners, including the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) and the Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER) on public health policy and education and training.

The Europe Special Interest Group is co-chaired by Alison McCallum and Judit Simon and reports to the Faculty's Global Health Committee.

FPH members can join this SIG by logging into their FPH members’ portal account, selecting the ‘Committees/SIGs’ button and choosing the correct SIG. You will then be asked to provide a few details, following which your application will be automatically approved. Further details on FPH membership are available here.

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