Literature and case law review on the subsidiarity test University of Antwerp
Towards a sustainable and affordable healthcare: Exploring the potential of subsidiarity in the care for complex chronic conditions. KU Leuven
Chronic conditions impose a significant impact on healthcare systems and expenditures. Special groups of interest are patients with complex chronic conditions (CCCs) such as congenital heart disease (CHD). These patients are growing in number. In most countries, they are predominantly cared for in tertiary care centers, yet the lost-to-follow-up rate is relatively high. Hence, strategies are needed to safeguard the accessibility and ...
Towards a sustainable and affordable health care: Exploring the possibilities of subsidiarity in the care of complex chronic diseases Ghent University
This project aims to develop and test a methodology for the determination of the most appropriate setting of care for patients with complex chronic conditions (CCCU+2019s), depending on clinical outcomes
and healthcare expenditures. Adults with Congenital Heart Disease will be investigated as a sample case for the broader spectrum of CCCs
Toward a sustainable and affordable healthcare: Exploring the potential of subsidiarity in the care for adults with congenital heart disease KU Leuven
Congenital heart disease (CHD) occurs in 9.3 per 1,000 newborns. It comprises a wide spectrum of simple, moderate, and complex severity lesions. To date, more than 90% of children born with CHD can reach adulthood. Irrespective of the treatment received in childhood, these patients cannot be considered to be cured when reaching adulthood, and therefore need life-long care. Since CHD comprises a wide spectrum of heart lesions, patients may be ...
Subsidiary social provision before the welfare state. Political theory and social policy in nineteenth-century Belgium KU Leuven
This study is about the origins of the Belgian welfare state; more specifically, about both the policy origins and the ideological origins of the Belgian welfare state. The historical origins of the Belgian modern welfare state are often traced back to the introduction of social insurances in national legislation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. However, this legislation only confirmed a system that had ...
Religiously inspired solidarity in theory and practice: Catholic poverty organisations, the formation of social assistants and the welfare state (1945-2000). KU Leuven
SRP (Zwaartepunt): Towards a Sustainable Media Ecology? The Case of the Flemish Audiovisual Industry Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The political discourse is moving towards a criminalisation of radicalism and extremism, but no thorough research has been done on the possible legitimate use of criminal law to address these phenomena. Therefore, this research departs from a question of legitimacy. The general principles of law (subsidiarity, proportionality and legality) will be used as guiding criteria.