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A NEW CODE

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The World Anti-Doping Agency’s Ben Nichols spoke to PEN about the body’s new powers regarding performance enhancing drugs. He

also details the situation in Russia, the importance of international co-operation and the impact on this year’s sporting events, outlining

the efforts being undertaken at WADA to ensure integrity in sport

TAKING THE TEST

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With doping allegations surrounding many different sports, European Athletics’ medical and anti-doping commission chairman Pedro

Branco shares his insight on the efforts to tackle the use of performance enhancing drugs, emphasising the role of the athlete’s

biological passport, doping control delegates as well as increasing knowledge awareness and education

TEST RESULT: NEGATIVE

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PEN gains an insight into the effects of drugs in sport with one of the world’s leading doping experts, Professor Dr Mario Thevis

KEEPING IT CLEAN

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With fresh allegations of doping in rugby union, PEN investigates the situation in England with the Rugby Players’ Association’s rugby

director, Richard Bryan. He discusses what efforts are being made to combat drug taking, the reasons why, the areas of the game

most affected, and the distinction between performance enhancing and recreational drug use

SPECIAL FEATURE: DRUGS IN SPORT

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STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE

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With tuberculosis a pressing challenge in parts of the European region, the TB Europe Coalition outlines how action is needed

MIGRATION AND NURSING

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Matters around migration are a present core focus for the European Federation of Nurses Associations

NORRBOTTEN’S PARTNERSHIPS

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Sweden’s Norrbotten County Council outlines how it is harnessing European partnerships to overcome the challenges of ageing

HEALTH

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YOUTH & EDUCATION

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YOUTH OF TOMORROW

With a wide variation in youth employment across EU member states, Lizzie Crowley, senior researcher at the Work Foundation, speaks

to PEN and reflects on the causes, the impact of policy action at national and supranational levels, the influence of zero hour contracts,

and what further steps can be taken to address the underlying, long-term roots

PROFILE:

REY Europe outlines the ways in which they are assisting the development of tomorrow’s workforce

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EDUCATING TOGETHER?

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Alain Michel of EIESP examines Europe’s education systems, including the parallels, challenges and impact of ‘Education and Training 2020’

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The University of Zurich addresses and questions the effectiveness of state-wide exit exams in schools

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CHANGE MANAGEMENT

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CHANGE: THE OPPORTUNITY

Change Management Institute UK co-lead Melanie Franklin informs PEN of how transformation is a lifeline for the future of an organisation

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H3 Partners Ltd. describes how to make change a part of business as usual and the key elements for successful implementation

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The University of Ontario’s Institute of Technology’s Jennifer Percival discusses CCIPM as a potent change management tool

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CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT

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CIPD’s David D’Souza details the links between change management and HR, as well as the significance of a multidisciplinary approach

MANAGING MEETINGS

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Adam Salmon of Tower Hamlets Council highlights the issue of time management and whether it’s necessary to attend every meeting

SOCIETY

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