Re-Launching the ETNA website




A message from the President, Professor Irena Papadopoulos

I am delighted to re-launch the ETNA website!

Those of you familiar with the previous version will recognise the changes that we have made. The new homepage includes the delightful photograph of all the attendees to the 4th ETNA Conference, which took place in June 2015 at the Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary.

You will see on the top of the homepage the following clickable buttons: home, about ETNA, news, resources, newsletter, join us and contact. At the bottom of the homepage you will see three icons, which if clicked will take you to the country representatives list, to news and to our newsletters.

Much of the information that was available in the previous website, has been imported into the new one.

The main change you will see in our new website is within the NEWS tab. When you scroll to the end of a news message you will find icons for facebook, twitter, linked in, google+, email and pinterest to help you disseminate the ETNA news using your preferred mode. Please may I urge to spread our news as often as you can. I would also urge you to send us your news by clicking the “Contact us” button and fill in and submit the form that will appear.

Could you also encourage your colleagues to join us by clicking on the “Join us” button to become members of ETNA. Membership is free!

In addition, we have created a resources page on the website and we would love to receive your contributions. This page will function as the repository of academic and professional papers and reports, photographs, case studies/work stories, as well as bibliographies and useful links.

I take this opportunity to thank our webmaster Alfonso Pezzella and Sean Collinge ( the web designer for all their hard work. It takes a lot of dedication to volunteer for this big task!

Finally, I want to bring to your attention the fact that we have an ETNA Facebook and Twitter account. Please Like and Follow us!

Hope you like what we have done and you will visit the site often.

Best wishes,


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