Europe’s tomorrow

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  • The remarkable political changes that have taken place within the European Region in the last five years have greatly enlarged the potential for international collaboration. The First European Conference on Environment and Health was held in Frankfurt in December 1989, when these dramatic changes were at their height. Ministers from 29 countries, and the European Commission, approved a Charter that set out the principles, strategy and priorities for achieving an effective approach to the many areas in which environmental conditions may significantly affect human health....

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  • A great deal of work has already been done to define curriculum-level outcomes/ competences for medical education. Some well-known examples are “Tomorrow’s Doctors” (UK General Medical Council, 2003); the “Scottish Doctor” document (Scottish Deans Medical Curriculum Group, 2002); the Global Minimum Essential Requirements (Institute for International Medical Education, 2005) ; guidance issued by the Association of American Medical Colleges (1998); and the CANMEDS Competency Framework, designed primarily for postgraduate medical training (Frank JR, 2005).

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  • Today's absolute imperative is to tackle the economic crisis and put the EU back on the road to sustainable growth. This is the number one task for this generation of Europeans. It calls for a Europe able to compete in the global economy, reshaped to seize the opportunities of the future. It requires the stable macroeconomic environment which true economic and monetary union can bring. It needs a step change in the economy, to release the many strengths Europe can bring to bear in tomorrow's economy of high innovation and high skills.

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