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73 FEMTEC Congress - CHONGQING November 2020 In view of the well-known health events we are in contact with the Authorities and Colleagues in Chongqing for any developments and planning. WE WILL INFORM YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE




How will COVID-19 impact on balneology
Online Workshop - 28 April 2020

Organized and hosted by FEMTEC

The Covid-19 has made it clear that there is a strong need for social and health protection, which allows for an effective interchanges between healthcare and social services.

The emergency has also stressed that a globalised health threat requires an adequate international governance and response.

An adequate integration between hospital provisions and the public health approach appears to be an effective response to emergency.

Health SPAs/thermal centres deliver health care services and provisions, which can also be integrated with social-oriented services, such as rehabilitation.

Yet thermal centres are not fully perceived to be an essential part of the overall national health systems. Therefore Femtec organized a workshop, inviting Leaders from the Member Countries as speakers with the aim of answering three questions.

1. Are Health SPAs / thermal centres perceived to be healthcare facilities and to deliver health care services? Are they then an essential part of the overall national health system?

2. Is there any policy/action among those undertaken in the last years by Health Spas that you would be willing to revise ? In your opinion, what mistakes have been made?

3. How would you figure out health spas in the healthcare system? What role should they play in your opinion?

See the Worshop presentations

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How will COVID-19 impact on balneology
Online Workshop - 28 April 2020

Organized and hosted by FEMTEC

The Covid-19 has made it clear that there is a strong need for social and health protection, which allows for an effective interchanges between healthcare and social services.

The emergency has also stressed that a globalised health threat requires an adequate international governance and response.

An adequate integration between hospital provisions and the public health approach appears to be an effective response to emergency.

Health SPAs/thermal centres deliver health care services and provisions, which can also be integrated with social-oriented services, such as rehabilitation.

Yet thermal centres are not fully perceived to be an essential part of the overall national health systems. Therefore Femtec organized a workshop, inviting Leaders from the Member Countries as speakers with the aim of answering three questions.

1. Are Health SPAs / thermal centres perceived to be healthcare facilities and to deliver health care services? Are they then an essential part of the overall national health system?

2. Is there any policy/action among those undertaken in the last years by Health Spas that you would be willing to revise ? In your opinion, what mistakes have been made?

3. How would you figure out health spas in the healthcare system? What role should they play in your opinion?

See the Worshop presentations

See the Worshop video



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How will COVID-19 impact on balneology
Online Workshop - 28 April 2020

Organized and hosted by FEMTEC

The Covid-19 has made it clear that there is a strong need for social and health protection, which allows for an effective interchanges between healthcare and social services.

The emergency has also stressed that a globalised health threat requires an adequate international governance and response.

An adequate integration between hospital provisions and the public health approach appears to be an effective response to emergency.

Health SPAs/thermal centres deliver health care services and provisions, which can also be integrated with social-oriented services, such as rehabilitation.

Yet thermal centres are not fully perceived to be an essential part of the overall national health systems. Therefore Femtec organized a workshop, inviting Leaders from the Member Countries as speakers with the aim of answering three questions.

1. Are Health SPAs / thermal centres perceived to be healthcare facilities and to deliver health care services? Are they then an essential part of the overall national health system?

2. Is there any policy/action among those undertaken in the last years by Health Spas that you would be willing to revise ? In your opinion, what mistakes have been made?

3. How would you figure out health spas in the healthcare system? What role should they play in your opinion?

See the Worshop presentations

See the Worshop video



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