Peer review on "Dignity first: set up the priorities in care services" documents available

"EU countries face a common challenge: maintaining and improving the quality of elderly care while ensuring it is both accessible and financially sustainable. A peer review in Stockholm this September explored the Swedish approach to care reform, and organised a common discussion with peer countries on these topics."

Host Country: Sweden
Date: 25-27 September 2013

Peer countries: Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Germany - Lithuania - Netherlands - Romania - Slovenia.

AGE was invited to participate to the peer review held in Stockholm on "Dignity first – priorities in reform of care services". ll the documents discussed during the peer review are available here, and AGE statement is available here.

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