[Ip-health] INVITATION Health Action International Europe Open Seminar (Amsterdam) 'Safety flu out the window: Access to medicines safety data'
tessel at haieurope.org
Tue Sep 18 03:01:16 PDT 2012
Health Action International (HAI) Europe kindly invites you to attend the HAI Europe Open Seminar 'Safety flu out the window: Access to medicines safety data'.
The HAI Europe Open Seminar will explore the growing debate around the need for access to medical research data and EU policy options to realise this essential element of open and effective healthcare systems.
When: 12 October 2012
Where: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Confirmed speakers so far include:
- Deborah Cohen, British Medical Journal
- Tom Jefferson, Cochrane Acute Respiratory Infections Group
- Dr. Peter Gøtzsche, Danish Cochrane Collaboration
- Mr. Fergal O' Regan (Office of the European Ombudsman)
The draft programme and information on how to register may be found here <http://haieurope.org/> .
We look forward to seeing you there.
Project Officer - Trade, Innovation & Access to Medicines
Health Action International (HAI) Europe
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