EU Council Conclusion on early detection and treatment of coumminication disorders in children, including the use of e-health tools and innovative solutions
Henryk Skarzynski, Anna Piotrowska, Paulina Kamyk, Agnieszka Czupryniak, Aleksandra Saniewska-Kilim, Andrzej Wlodarczyk, Krzysztof Kochanek, Piotr H Skarzynski
JHS 2012; 2(1): SR49-50
A statement with this title was adopted at a meeting of the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO), held in Brussels on 2 December 2011. During the Polish Presidency of the Council of European Union, the issue of communication disorders in children in the Union was discussed as a public health priority. These Council Conclusions
emerged from meetings of the Working Party of Public Health in Brussels from July to September 2011, which was chaired by a delegate of the Polish presidency and attended by health attachés of 27 EU countries, representatives of the EU Council and European Commission, and experts from the Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Warsaw.
Keywords: EU Conclusion, universal screenings, Consensus