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Today’s health challenges require cross-sectoral and transborder dialogue and co-operation. EASL meets with EU and international bodies playing a central role in shaping European and global healthcare.

European Medicines Agency

European Medicines Agency (EMA) – In 2022, EASL is for a third consecutive year formally accepted as an eligible healthcare professional organisation for collaborating in activities with EMA. 

The European Medicines Agency will be hosting a virtual Regulatory and scientific conference on RNA-based medicines on 2 February 2023.
Please see the programme for more details. Registration can be made here by 27 January 2023.

EMA’s news:

Seconded National Expert/Stakeholder Liaison Specialist position available – deadline for application: 21 October 2022

EMA would like to inform you that a Seconded National Expert (SNE) position is now available as a Stakeholder Liaison Specialist at the European Medicines Agency within the Public and Stakeholders Engagement Department. While joining a highly dynamic team, the national expert will be responsible for coordinating and fostering the Agency’s relations with a variety of stakeholders (patients and healthcare professionals) on matters concerning human and veterinary medicines, health and governance related policy areas and support scientific collaboration with them.

In this role, the national expert will also contribute to a variety of tasks related to EU stakeholders as well as to identify new or extended areas of collaboration. He/she will join a dedicated team of professionals working with a wide range of stakeholder groups, including patients, consumers, healthcare professionals, learned societies and the pharmaceutical industry.

More info here

European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC)

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)


WHO Europe (Moscow office for NCDs, and Copenhagen office for infectious diseases (viral hepatitis)) and WHO HQ (Geneva) 

European Commission

European Parliamant

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