Discover our campaign video where 10 patients participate to bring a powerful and real-life perspective. They are patients who know what works best for them and they want to vote for a Healthier Europe like the 150 million patients who will vote at the 22-25 May 2014 European elections.
On 6 February, 2014, EPF hosted a webinar with our members to explore how patient organisations can get involved in the campaign. If you want to get involved in this patients’ campaign too, here are the different tools that you can use:
The best way to show your commitment to our campaign is to sign our Manifesto and encourage the politicians you meet to do the same.
EPF is bringing the campaign to the heart of European democracy by presenting an exhibition in the hall of the European Parliament in Brussels on 17-20 March 2014 (Forum Area, 3rd Floor) hosted by MEP Dagmar Roth-Behrendt (S&D, Germany). The objective is to encourage the Members of the European Parliament going for re-election to sign the EPF Manifesto and therefore commit to including a patient perspective in their work for the new parliamentary session.
You will find the formal invitation in the right-hand column of this page.
We are also preparing personalised correspondence to be sent to all candidate MEPs throughout Europe, in collaboration with our member organisations, to reinforce our key messages at both national and European level.More information about our campaign is available on our website: http://www.eu-patient.eu/whatwedo/EPFCampaign2014Elections/.
You can also contact EPF Communication Officer, Cynthia Bonsignore, at Cynthia.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register to our cocktail reception at the European Parliament.
Invitation Exhibition European Parliament (17-20 March 2014)
European Patients' Forum