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The congress' contributors

The congress' Contributors

Aleš Bourek

Aleš served as member of Expert panel on effective ways of investing in health (EXPH), for the European Commission and as deputy director of National Institute of Public Health. His research addresses health systems, healthcare quality and computer linguistics for medical information management. For 33 years, he mentors students of the Masaryk University and abroad in information handling, decision-making, communication skills and necessary attitudes for professional healthcare needs.

He is an active gynecologist and head of L’ART Center for Assisted Reproduction. He worked for international organizations (Council of Europe, WHO and the World Bank etc.) on quality and accountability improvement in healthcare and healthcare education. He was President of the European Society for Quality in Healthcare and is a board member of the Central and Eastern European Society of Technology Assessment in Healthcare and the European Health Futures Forum. He enjoys outdoor life and interaction with various communities all over the world. Participation in UAG group to the Gravitate Health project comes from his firm belief in necessary change of health systems leading to provision of Patient-centered, Proactive, Predictive, Prospective, Preventive, Participative and Personalized health care services.

Master of Ceremonies

Speakers

Learn more about Ana Toledo-Chávarri

Ana Toledo-Chávarri

Coordinator of the Patient Involvement Strategy, Spanish Network of Agencies for Assessing National Health System Technologies and Performance- RedETS

Ana Toledo-Chávarri

Advisory Board Members

Programme Committee Members

Patients included

We are proud to announce that EPF Congress 2021 is Patients Included™. This means that EPF is committed to incorporating the experience of patients as experts in living with their condition while ensuring they were neither excluded nor exploited.

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