Estonia will hold a High-Level Presidency Conference “The Future of Work: Making It e-Easy” in Tallinn, on 13-14 September, where participants are invited to discuss how to manage work in the digital era. The conference focuses on challenges related to working conditions, social security and skills.
The Ministry of Social Affairs entered into a cooperation with HIMSS Europe to organise an international high-level e-health conference (www.ehealthtallinn2017.ee) during the Estonian Presidency of the EU Counci
In many European countries digital health data already exists, together with the expectations of patients and health professionals for the development of e-health services and the legislation that supports the safe use of health data, says the report 'Mapping out the obstacles of free movement of
To facilitate the correct use of medicines, translations of the package leaflets of over-the-counter medicines marketed in Estonia are now also available in English and Russian. As of 1 May, translations of all package leaflets of over-the-counter medicines are included in the Register of Medicinal Products.
The Ministry of Social Affairs entered into a cooperation agreement with the ECHAlliance to organise an international high-level e-health conference (www.ehealthtallinn2017.ee) during the Estonian Presidency of
Minister of Health and Labour Jevgeni Ossinovski participated in Tripartite Social Summit on Wednesday, March the 8th, in Brussels, where he emphasized the need for digital skills of employees in all economic sectors.
Estonian Minister of Social Protection, Kaia Iva met on March 3 in Brussels with the Commissioner for Justice, Consumer Protection and Gender Equality, Věra Jourová to discuss EUs future plans in setting common principles of work-life balance in the EU.
People who have exercised their right of free movement need to have a clear understanding of their rights and who is responsible for the payment of social benefits, Minister of Social Protection, Ms Kaia Iva stressed at the meeting of EPSCO Council in Brussels on March 3.
Minister of Social Protection, Kaia Iva, will participate in the Employment-, Social Policy-, and Health and Consumer Affairs Council meeting on Friday, March 3 in Brussels, where updating EU rules on social security coordination will be discussed. Kaia Iva will also meet with Commissioner Věra Jourová, and the Swedish, Finnish, Austrian and Bulgarian ministers.