In February 2019, two citizen summits, funded by People to People-Interreg-EMR, will be organised to collect the Citizen’s view on health.
Using a World Café Setting, citizens of the Euregion Meuse-Rhine (EMR) are invited to share their view on the 3 main topics of the conference: “Equity”, “Participatory Approach” and “Human Resources for health”.
The outcome of these citizen summits will be used as input during the Conference on health held in June, with professionals from all over Europe.
|Citizen summit Eupen:||For German and French speaking citizens of the EMR|
|Citizen summit Aachen||For German and Dutch speaking citizens of the EMR|
|Moderator both days:||Mr. Nicolas Decker, EPECS|
For the 9th of February
Departure at 08:00 from Guillemins station (the bus name is “Reizen Bauss” and will be parked in front of the main entrance of the station)
Departure at 9:00 am from Aachen (Bahnhofplatz Railway Station Aachen)
Arrival in Eupen will be at 9h30 (Kloster Heidberg, Bahnhofstraße 4
4700 Eupen )
For the 16th of February:
Start at 08h00 from Hasselt, Tramstraat, Railway Station Hasselt.
Start at 08h45 from Maastricht, Stationsplein at the busstaion, Railway Station Maastricht.
Arrive at 09h30 in Aachen :Technologiezentrum Aachen Address: Dennewartstr. 25-27 52068 Aachen
The shuttle will take participants back after the citizen summits to the departure point.
|World Café session 1: Equity
Equity means that not only does everyone receive the care they need, but also that the care they receive is specifically adapted to their situation.
|World Café session 2: Participatory Approach
As a citizen, being able to think along with and discuss health care as a ‘player on the market’.
|13:15||World Café session 3: Human Resources for health
This concerns the experiences of citizens with regard to staff working in the health sector. What are your experiences with health professionals?
|Presentation of the first results from the World Café sessions|
|15:00||End of the summit|
The Citizen Summits are possible thanks to funding from the People to People project Interreg V-A Euregio Meuse-Rhine and support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) within the framework of the Interreg V A programme EMR.