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REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

Below are several good reasons why you should attend:

  • An opportunity for you to learn more about the issues surrounding PM, its huge potential and how it can change the lives of millions of patients (including many of your readers) for the better  
  • The chance to hear the opinions of experts first hand and pose your own questions on the day  
  • The possibility of interviewing the politicians and policymakers who are in the driving seat when it comes to designing the EU healthcare roadmap for the coming years  
  • Networking opportunities with fellow health journalists, industry leaders, cutting-edge scientists and all other stakeholders from your own country and across the EU  
  • The chance to understand how an integrated, coherent, cost-effective and cohesive EU health strategy will impact on systems and the standard of care in your own Member State

To register, click here

For the draft agenda, click here

To learn more about EAPM, click here

Politicians

EAPM’s sixth annual conference will, like the first five editions and the inaugural Congress last year in Belfast, pull together leading experts in the arena of personalised medicine drawn from patient groups, payers, healthcare professionals plus industry, science, academic and research representatives.

The theme will be ‘Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge’ and will once again be held in the historic Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.

EAPM is driving forward the concept of personalised medicine in Europe and beyond, and is working tirelessly to reach the goal of ‘the right treatment for the right patient at the right time’.

This will go a long way towards creating a healthier Europe for its 500 million citizens across the current 28 countries.

To register, click here

For the draft agenda, click here

To learn more about EAPM, click here

European institution representatives

EAPM’s sixth annual conference will, like the first five editions and the inaugural Congress last year in Belfast, pull together leading experts in the arena of personalised medicine drawn from patient groups, payers, healthcare professionals plus industry, science, European institution representatives, and academic and research representatives.

The theme will be ‘Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge’ and will once again be held in the historic Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.

EAPM is driving forward the concept of personalised medicine in Europe and beyond, and is working tirelessly to reach the goal of ‘the right treatment for the right patient at the right time’.

This will go a long way towards creating a healthier Europe for its 500 million citizens across the current 28 countries.

The European institutions are a vital component in ensuring the future and viability of personalised medicine.

To register, click here

For the draft agenda, click here

To learn more about EAPM, click here

EAPM Members

EAPM’s sixth annual conference will, like the first five editions and the inaugural Congress last year in Belfast, pull together leading experts in the arena of personalised medicine drawn from patient groups, payers, healthcare professionals plus industry, science, European institution representatives, and academic and research representatives.

The theme will be ‘Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge’ and will once again be held in the historic Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.

EAPM is driving forward the concept of personalised medicine in Europe and beyond, and is working tirelessly to reach the goal of ‘the right treatment for the right patient at the right time’.

This will go a long way towards creating a healthier Europe for its 500 million citizens across the current 28 countries.

Our members, drawn from far and wide and a multitude of disciplines, are a vital component in ensuring the future and viability of personalised medicine.

To register, click here

For the draft agenda, click here

Press

EAPM’s sixth annual conference will, like the first five editions and the inaugural Congress last year in Belfast, pull together leading experts in the arena of personalised medicine drawn from patient groups, payers, healthcare professionals plus industry, science, academic and research representatives.

The theme will be ‘Personalised Medicine and the Big Data Challenge’ and will once again be held in the historic Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels.

EAPM is driving forward the concept of personalised medicine in Europe and beyond, and is working tirelessly to reach the goal of ‘the right treatment for the right patient at the right time’.

This will go a long way towards creating a healthier Europe for its 500 million citizens across the

 

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