Position Papers and Statements

  • The future for CVD research after BREXIT

  • January 14th 2019
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    For the post-Brexit relationship between UK and EU CVD researchers, the close ties which have developed over the past thirty years, and which have benefitted patients across Europe, must not be severed. Please click here for the EHN statement on the future for CVD research after BREXIT.

  • EHN statement on World No Tobacco Day

  • May 29th 2018
  • EHN logo twitterGathered at its annual meeting, the members of the European Heart Network (EHN) today celebrate the World No Tobacco Day (WNTD). 

    Please find here the EHN statement.

  • EHN welcomes draft WHO guidelines on sat fats & trans fats

  • May 29th 2018
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    The European Heart Network welcomes the draft WHO guidelines on saturated fatty acid and trans fatty acid intake for adults and children. This detailed, up-to-date review of the latest evidence by WHO, along with the clear message conveyed by the draft recommendations, is a most welcome contribution to the ongoing commentary about this issue.

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  • EHN statement on the future of food and farming

  • November 30th 2017
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    Please click here for the EHN statement on the future of food and farming.

  • Joint statement on simplified front-of-pack nutrition labelling

  • November 29th 2017
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    Please click here for the joint statement by BEUC, EHN and EPHA on simplified front-of-pack nutrition labelling.

     

  • EHN statement on the PURE study

  • September 18th 2017
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    EHN has published a statement on the PURE study. To read the statement, please click here

     

     

  • Joint statement to WHO Euro on Action Plan

  • September 14th 2017
  • foodandnutritionPlease click here for the joint statement to WHO Euro on the Food and Nutrition Action Plan.

  • EHN statement on Evolved Nutrition Labelling Scheme

  • June 16th 2017
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    The European Heart Network (EHN) attended, as an observer, a meeting organised on 22 May by the six companies - the Coca-Cola Company, Mars, Mondelez, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever - that have proposed a simplified front of pack nutrition labelling scheme using a traffic light colour-coding on the basis of portion sizes.

     

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