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Patient Safety Summit

Patient safety must be the single most important theme in taking our health care system further. Federal Minister of Health Hermann Gröhe hosted the Second Global Ministerial Summit on Patient Safety in Bonn on 29/30 March 2017. 

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Health partnership in the Baltic Sea Region

The NDPHS is a cooperative effort of ten governments, the European Commission and eight international organisations.

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Global Health Policy

The globalisation process has far-reaching influence on health policy issues.

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European Health Policy

In the European Union, a Member State's health care system is not just an economic and a locational factor; it also significantly contributes to social peace and the health of all citizens.

Photo: Federl Minister of Health Hermann Gröhe with his Turkish counterpart Dr Mehmet Müezzinoğlu.

Bilateral Cooperation

The Federal Ministry of Health has been sustaining, in addition to its co-operation with multilateral initiatives and international institutions, a direct exchange with national health agencies throughout the world.

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G7 Presidency

The Group of 7 (G7) is an informal forum for the heads of state and government to meet. In 2015, health was among the key issues of Germany's G7 Presidency.  

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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

The Federal Ministry of Health, together with the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy held a meeting with representatives from the field of health to discuss the TTIP

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German-Brazilian Intergovernmental Consultations

Federal Minister of Health Hermann Gröhe participated in the First German-Brazilian Intergovernmental Consultations in Brasilia.