Clean Care is Safer Care

European countries statements

Austria


Mr Alois Stöger, Federal Minister of Health, committed to address health care-associated infection
27 March 2013 – Vienna, Austria



Belgium

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "A Year of Cleaner and Safer Care"
10 November 2006 - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland


Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation and Tajikistan

Country group inauguration of the Global Patient Safety Challenge 2005-2006: Clean Care is Safer Care
3 July 2006 - Moscow, Russia


Bulgaria

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "A Year of Cleaner and Safer Care"
10 November 2006 - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland


Croatia

Minister of Health and Social Welfare signs statement pledging to support health care-associated infection
5 February 2009 - Zagreb, Croatia


Cyprus

Committed to address health care-associated infection
18 November 2011 - Nicosia, Cyprus


Denmark

Inauguration of the Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
16 April 2007 - Copenhagen, Denmark


Finland

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "A Year of Cleaner and Safer Care"
10 November 2006 - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland


France

Committed to address health care-associated infection at a signing ceremony for Clean Care is Safer Care
5 May 2009 - Paris, France


Germany

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "A Year of Cleaner and Safer Care"
10 November 2006 - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland


Greece

Committed to address health care-associated infection.
26 April 2010 - Athens, Greece


Hungary

Flag of Hungary

Committed to address health care-associated infection
27 January 2010 - Budapest, Hungary


Iceland

Inauguration of the Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
8 February 2007 - Reykjavik, Iceland


Ireland

Global Patient Safety Challenge programme of the World Alliance for Patient Safety
2 December 2005 - Dublin, Ireland


Italy

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


Luxembourg

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the event "A Year of Cleaner and Safer Care"
10 November 2006 - Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland


Malta

Launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
30 November 2006, Valletta, Malta


Netherlands

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


Norway

Committed to address health care-associated infection
31 October 2007 - Oslo, Norway


Poland

Committed to address health care-associated infection at a special event
10 May 2013, Warsaw, Poland


Portugal

Committed to address health care-associated infection on 8 October 2008


Serbia

Launch of the First Global Patient Safety Challenge "Clean Care is Safer Care"
3 April 2008 - Belgrade, Serbia


Slovenia

Commited to address health care-associated infections
6 June 2006 - Ljubljana, Slovenia


Spain

Launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
15 November 2006 - Madrid, Spain


Sweden

The Minister for Health & Social Affairs committed to address health care-associated infection
21 April 2009


Switzerland

Committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


United Kingdom, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland

England committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


Global Patient Safety Challenge special event at the "Changing the culture" conference
13 March 2006 - Belfast, Ireland



Scotland committed to address health care-associated infection at the launch of the Global Patient Safety Challenge
13 October 2005 - WHO HQ, Geneva, Switzerland


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