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Value of Treatment (VOT) case study on ataxia | EPNS Congress 2022

  The Value of Treatment for Brain Disorders (VOT) is a health economics and outcomes research project coordinated by the European Brain Council (EBC). According to the World Health Organization, disorders of the brain affect up to one in three people worldwide.  A second round (VOT2) on new therapeutic areas was launched in 2019, focusing on The Value [...]

Value of Treatment (VOT) case study on phenylketonuria (PKU) | EPNS Congress 2022

  The Value of Treatment for Brain Disorders (VOT) is a health economics and outcomes research project coordinated by the European Brain Council (EBC). According to the World Health Organization, disorders of the brain affect up to one in three people worldwide.  A second round (VOT2) on new therapeutic areas was launched in 2019, focusing on The Value of [...]

8th Annual European Stroke Organisation Conference

Lyon

  The 8th European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC 2022) will take place 4-6 May 2022 in Lyon, France as a hybrid event. ESOC is Europe’s leading forum, and indeed a leading forum worldwide, for advances in research and clinical care of patients with cerebrovascular diseases. ESOC 2022 will live up to its expectation, and present [...]

8th Academy of National Brain Councils

The 8th Academy of National Brain Councils will be held on 10th May 2022 in Brussels, Belgium, hosted at the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the European Union. This year's Academy will host the launch of the German Brain Plan, led by the German Brain Council, including a presentation on how the [...]

Patient involvement in Brain Health: Safeguarding the future of Brain Health for patients

In recent months, discussions on brain health have much focused on how to bring brain research and brain health on the European agenda. Patient organisations have also been very active in bringing their views to the discussion. However, we increasingly find that in relation to research in brain health and innovation, patient involvement has not [...]

30th European Congress of Psychiatry

Budapest

  The 30th European Congress of Psychiatry, organised by the largest association of psychiatrists in Europe, will take place virtually on 4-7 June 2022. Linking Clinical Practice and Research for Better Mental Health Care in Europe. This will be the guiding motto for the next edition of the EPA Congress. An opportunity to engage with state-of-the-art [...]

Value of Treatment Symposium on Mental Health | 30th European Congress of Psychiatry

Recent studies underscore the severity of the mental health challenges children and adolescents face that can lead to high disability. There are numerous unmet needs along the care pathways, although effective early detection and interventions exist. Navigating the mental health services system is often complex for families, due to fragmented or disrupted services. The Value [...]

Autism Care Pathway in Europe | European Congress of Psychiatry

The 30th European Congress of Psychiatry, organised by the largest association of psychiatrists in Europe, will take place virtually on 4-7 June 2022. EBC looks forward to presenting the case study on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as part of the Value of Treatment (VOT) project: Background: Autism is a lifelong complex neurodevelopmental condition that affects brain development [...]

European Brain Research Area (EBRA) at the 8th European Psychiatric Association (EPA) Forum

EBC, as project coordinators, will present the European Brain Research Area (EBRA) project at the upcoming 8th European Psychiatric Association (EPA) Forum (taking place at the upcoming European Congress on Psychiatry 2022), centred around “Mental Health Care and Research in Europe: From Bench to Bedside and Back”. The Forum will take place on Saturday, 4 [...]

Preparing Europe for Novel Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies: Launch of PAREA

We all know the feeling of helplessness when we are unable to help people – often our loved ones – who are affected by mental health conditions, addictions or neurological ailments, including chronic pain. We know that mental healthcare is in crisis and we don’t have enough options to truly help many people in need. [...]