The FAMHP and pharma.be are organising two half-day symposia on vaccines on 10 and 12 May 2022. The first day will focus on the FAMHP and the VACCINES spearhead. This will cover topics such as clinical trials, regulatory activities, pharmacovigilance, and inspections.
EUPHA and Wemos invite you to a joint webinar to inform you about covid19response.org, a website developed by Wemos that reviews public initiatives for global access to and finance for medical products against Covid-19. The webinar provides you support for
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20 & 21 octobre 2022 Centre de Congrès a Namur Place d’Armes 1 – 5000 Namur
This in-person seminar will gather experts and policy makers to explore the necessary conditions in which all members of society, including young and older people, feel like capable and valued members of their immediate and wider communities. 31 May 2022, 13h30-17h30.
2022 General Assembly. 18 May 2022, 13h30. Résidence Palace, Brussels.
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Amber Werbrouck, Masja Schmidt, Koen Putman, Jan Seghers, Steven Simoens, Nick Verhaeghe, Lieven AnnemansEuropean Journal of Public Health, Volume 32, Issue 1, February 2022, Pages 87–94. https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckab189 Abstract Background This systematic review aimed to provide an overview of the existing literature