EU health governance

EU economic governance: Between the commodification of health and the well-being economy

On Wednesday 28 February, EUHealthGov is delighted to welcome Roland Erne (University College Dublin) and Vania Putatti (EuroHealthNet), to discuss health in the EU’s economic governance framework. Register for free here. After the 2008 crisis, the EU introduced a New Economic Governance (NEG) regime that enabled far greater intervention of in policy areas hitherto shielded […]

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Vignettes on EU health governance: A shared teaching and learning resource from the EUHealthGov network

On 20 and 21 April 2023, EUHealthGov held a 2-day workshop to discuss research and teaching on EU health policy and law. As part of the latter focus, we undertook an exercise to develop a collaborative, open access teaching resource.  Our latest blog presents a series of vignettes describing topics or themes that might be taught

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Maastricht at 30: Exploring past, present, and future drivers of EU health integration

On 20th and 21st April 2023, EUHealthGov headed to Brussels for a 2-day workshop discussing research and teaching connected with EU health policy and law. The overarching theme of “Maastricht at 30” provided a useful starting-point to consider both aspects, with the emergence of EU health law and policy as a discipline in its own

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“Euro-ambivalence”, EU competition law, and national healthcare systems: How the UK parliament joined some of the dots with NHS reform

“We send the EU £350 million a week. Let’s fund our NHS instead” proved an effective – if misleading – slogan for the Leave campaign in the 2016 UK referendum on EU membership. While this may simply suggest a “very British” variety of Euroscepticism, its implications arguably prove further-reaching, with learning for other countries (and

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