E-IAAH is the European network of the International Association of Adolescent Health (IAAH)

The European Network of the International Association of Adolescent Health (E-IAAH) aims to:
  • Foster wider understanding of the importance of adolescent / youth health in Europe
  • Encourage interaction and co-operation between youth and non-youth and between organizations and individuals on youth health issues
  • Foster the development of national associations for youth health
  • Advocate on behalf of improved levels of service, training, research and policy development in youth health in each country

I would like to welcome you to the homepage of E-IAAH.

E-IAAH is the regional network for IAAH, a multidisciplinary, non-government organization with a broad focus on youth health. IAAH was established in 1987 and is committed to the principles of youth empowerment in all aspects of its affairs and supports the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989). It is an NGO with “official relations” status with the WHO. It’s goal at present is to become an organization which encourages and fosters National Youth Health organizations. To find out more about IAAH, click on the link on the left. I would encourage all to join this important organisation.

On these pages you will find information on meetings on adolescent health in Europe, national adolescent health organisations in the region, and links to academic and practice networks. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you need more information about adolescent health in Europe.

Russell Viner
European Vice-President, IAAH

Professor of Adolescent Health
London, UK

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Join us in Antalya in May 2012 

Next European Adolescent Health meeting in ANTALYA, TURKEY, 16-18 May 2012

There will also be a number of exciting workshops and oral research presentations, with the conference hosted by our generous colleagues from the Turkish Adolescent Association. The Meeting is being held in association with the Turkish Pediatric Association.

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