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European Federation of Pharmaceutical industries and associations
   

EFPIA Newsletter 21 November 2019

 
 
 
   

Improving Outcomes for People with Diabetes

Europe’s diabetes pandemic emerged quickly enough to challenge our health services and gradually enough to give the impression that small changes would be enough to cope with the rising burden. Like antimicrobial resistance or climate change, the scale of the problem demands a complete rethink of how we manage diabetes. We cannot expect health systems designed to care for people with acute illnesses to meet the needs of large numbers of citizens living with longterm conditions such as diabetes. It’s time to reimagine how care is delivered.

Discover our recommendations to address the key challenges in diabetes care and improve the lives of people with diabetes


 
 
 
 
   

News

 

Calling on the EU to remain on the front line of the global battle against AMR – industry stands...
18 November 2019

As we embark on World Antibiotic Awareness Week and European Antibiotic Awareness Day, EFPIA, Vaccines Europe, and their... Read more

 
 
 
   

Blogs

 

Orphan drugs & paediatric medicines: how to deliver for children with rare diseases (Guest...
20 November 2019 - Thomas Kühler

Incentives have increased the number of medicines for children with rare conditions – here’s how Europe can do even... Read more

Improving Outcomes for People with Diabetes: How Data, Access to Innovation and Rethinking...
21 November 2019 - Nathalie Moll

Sharing solutions to a growing health crisis Read more

 
 
 
   

Europe & Vaccines – For effective vaccination policies in Europe

Vaccination is the primary instrument for prevention in public health. Thanks to vaccination programmes, life expectancy in the world is one of humanity’s greatest achievements. According to the WHO, vaccination can prevent between 2 and 3 million deaths per year worldwide.

Read the special issue of The European Files dedicated to vaccines, featuring an article from Magdalena de Azero, Vaccines Europe Executive Director, on Securing a robust vaccine sector in Europe.


 
 
 
 
   

Events

 

The Economist Events' War on Cancer Summit 2019
26 November 2019 (London)

Celebrating success, accelerating progress Read more

Regenerative Medicine: Scientific Advances and Regulatory Framework in Europe
27 November 2019 (Brussels)

The aim of this workshop is to provide a comprehensive overview on scientific advances, ongoing clinical trials, regulatory... Read more

Save the Date | Joint EFGCP-EFPIA multi-stakeholder discussion
15 January 2020 (Crowne Plaza Le Palace, Brussels)

Roadmap Initiative to Good Lay Summary Practices Read more

10th European Conference on Rare Diseases & Orphan Products
15 May 2020 (Stockholm, Sweden)

The journey of living with a rare disease in 2030 Read more

 
 
 
   

What we are reading

 

An Industry Action Plan for a more competitive, sustainable and strategic European Union
On 07 November 2019 (EPC)

European industry is falling behind. New and unprecedented challenges and megatrends, from a slowdown in global trade... Read more

Exploring the reuse of health data by the European pharmaceutical industry
On 21 November 2019 (RAND)

An exploration into current practices related to the reuse of health data by the European pharmaceutical industry found... Read more

Data sharing: keeping patients on board
On 12 November 2019 (The Lancet Digital health)

If today’s data-driven health technologists are to thrive and maximise their contribution, they too will need to align... Read more