Registration for the EMIF public symposium ‘Liberating Evidence from European Health Data – the Achievements and Challenges of a Five Year IMI Project: EMIF’ is now possible.
The symposium takes place on April 18, 2018 at Hotel Bloom, Brussels (Belgium). Due to its diverse agenda, the symposium hopes to bring together various stakeholders in the domain of (re)using health data for research, and to exchange views and experiences obtained in past and in ongoing large-scale projects. During this one-day meeting, we want to cover a broad range of topics linked to the (re)use of health data, such as its benefits and challenges, the legal and ethical concerns and a look into the future of the European healthcare ecosystem.
Throughout the day, there will be ample opportunities for networking as we bring together stakeholders from other health data consortia, representatives from IMI, EMA, the European Patient’s Organization and many others.
Participation in this event is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register for the meeting online via this link by April 1, 2018 at the latest. Please do not hesitate to register as spots are limited and registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis.
You can find more information on the venue and a high-level agenda of the meeting here. In the coming weeks, more specific information on the meeting agenda will be shared, so please keep a close eye on the this page and your mailbox!
Looking forward to seeing you in Brussels!
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More information can be found here.
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