Catégorie : News 2017 – new responsive website

As you noticed, ISSOP has just migrated to a new website which now responsive so you can access information from a phone, a tablet or a computer. You have access to the documents and information that were available on the old one. We are still working on improving the indexing documents so they can be quickly retrieved with the search...

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Children’s health in Europe – challenges for the next decades – by Lennart Köhler

From one of the founders of ESSOP and Honorary President of ISSOP, an insightful review ot the current situation of children’s health in Europe and inspiring and provocative thoughts for us to take actions. An absolute must-read. And act upon. « The difference between what we know and what we don’t know is less than the difference between what we know and what we do. If we accept an increasing segregation of our society, the risk is imminent that the health problems will increase, and then particularly among those who are already most vulnerable. And that is where we find...

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ISSOP 2017 – title and welcome words

The International Society for Social Pediatrics& Child Health with the collaboration of the Hungarian Pediatric Association will held the 2017 Annual Meeting on Children on the Move: Rights, Health and Well-being in Budapest, Hungary, September 28-30, 2017 at the Danubius Hotel Flamenco Look on page 2 of the January 17 ISSOP e-bulletin for the welcome words from Prof. Nick Spencer ISSOP president Zsuzsanna Kovács On behalf of the Hungarian Pediatric...

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ISSOP e-bulletin 25 now available

Thanks to Tony Waterston and Raul Mercer, with the contribution of several members, the 25th e-bulletin has been emailed to members and is now available on our website from the download section.If you want to receive it when it is distributed, join ISSOP and register with the discussion list. Details can be found on the Membership page.   ISSOP e-Bulletin – Nº 25. January 2017 – CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2.    Meetings and news 2.1 ISSOP in Hungary 2.2 Joint Statement on Syria from World Economic Forum 2.3 Survey on access to services for disabled children and young people 2.4 RCPCH speaks out on poverty and child health 3.     International Organisations: UN Committee on the Rights of the Child 3.1 Turkish Society for Social Paediatrics 3.2 First Rare Disease Day Policy Event   4.     Current controversy 4.1 American Academy of Pediatrics statement on protecting immigrant children 4.2 ISSOP position statement on migrant child health 4.3 Trump’s vaccine-commission idea is biased and dangerous 5.     CHIFA report 6.     Publications: 6.1 Ending legalised violence against children 6.2 State of Inequality: Childhood Immunisation 6. 3 Disability Matters in Britain 2016 6.4 Journal of Human Rights and Social Work (new!) 6.5 Towards the Human Rights-based global community(by Fabrizio and Ilaria...

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