Alcohol policy in Slovenia

The aim of the publication, entitled ALCOHOL POLICY IN SLOVENIA – opportunities for reducing harm, costs and health inequalities in population, is to equip policy-makers from different sectors at national and local-community level and others striving to reduce alcohol-related harm in Slovenia with credible data on the extent of the alcohol problem in the country, and to inform on effective, evidence-based alcohol-related policy measures.

Health at a Glance: Europe 2016

This fourth edition of Health at a Glance: Europe presents key indicators of health and health systems in the 28 EU countries, 5 candidate countries to the EU and

Public awareness, school-based and early interventions to reduce alcohol related harm

We hope that this document provides you with some tools that will help you make decisions in alcohol prevention that are grounded in the best available evidence, while making explicit the values and context that guide your decision.

Tobacco, Alcohol And Illicit Drug Use in Slovenian Population and Inequalities and Combinations of Use

Tobacco smoking, excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages, binge drinking and the use of illicit drugs are related to serious harmful consequences for health and wellbeing of the population, to morbidity and premature mortality as well as to high fi nancial costs for the individual and the society.

Health inequalities in Slovenia

This report on health inequalities in Slovenia represents a significant advance in this field. The National Institute of Public Health (NIPH), the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SORS), the Institute of Macroeconomic Analysis and Development (IMAD), the Institute of Oncology Ljubljana, the Centre for Health and Development Murska Sobota and the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Europe were all involved in its preparation.

Health behaviour of adolescents in Slovenia - challenges and responses

The purpose of this policy brief is to form key messages that can serve as a basis for data-based political decisions, measures and programmes. It was created with the intention to efficiently use research findings in policy planning.

Health and Health Care in Slovenia

The selection of some basic indicators from the field of health and health care shown further on is limited to key and easily understandable information. The men-tioned survey, of course, contains many detailed questions, so the collected data will be a rich source for further processing and analyses required by health policies, ex-perts, the public and interested individuals.

Boosting Innovation and Cooperation in European Cancer Control: key findings from the European Partnership for Action Against Cancer

This publication presents the key outcomes of the work in the framework of the European Partnership. The approach of the Partnership is to bring together European stakeholders with a common aim and commitment to reduce cancer, focusing on actions that can be taken at EU level. In three years, with around 140 partners from across Europe, a considerable amount of work has been completed, covering a broad range of activities – from health promotion and cancer prevention to cancer related health care, from screening to research.

European Guide for Quality National Cancer Control Programmes

In the framework of the EU co-funded project Joint Action EPAAC, one of the activities was dedicated to the production of a document that would serve as a guide to member states in shaping their future cancer planning or/and cancer control activities. The result of these efforts is the present document, which we hope will be a living document in line with the needs of all member states and the EU as a whole.