DG SANTE and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre are seeking to select public health best practices — practical interventions that have been shown to work at local, regional or national level, which can be transferred between Member States or scaled-up and are conducive to reaching Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.4.
Stakeholders are invited to submit evaluated practices through the best practice portal until 31 January 2019. All practices submitted by this date will be assessed in spring 2019. The owners of the practices selected as “best” would be invited to a “marketplace” workshop with Member States representatives to present their practice at an event planned for June 2019. All practices selected as “best” will receive a certificate of recognition and publication on the best practice portal.