ECPHM Newsletter November 2015

ECPHM Newsletter November 2015

Dear Diplomates and Residents,
Please make sure to check and if necessary update your contact information and email address in the ECPHM website. The information here is what the ECPHM uses to contact our members.

Also, for those that have not yet done it, please update your profile on the New EBVS website ( Diplomates of the ECPHM you have access to this website, and are kindly requested to update your profile with a short biography and to add a photograph as soon as possible. Please see Prof Dominiek Maes or Dr Linda Horspool as examples.
To sign in, use your email address and request a password.


Access to educational material

The presentations from the hugely successful 2nd ECPHM Residents Summer School in Warsaw are now available in the download area of the ECPHM website.


Public consultations

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has released for public consultation a strategy for 2016-2020 on Antimicrobials. The call for consultations can be found in the news section on the ECPHM website.
RAND Europe, an independent research institute, has been appointed by the European Commission’s DG SANTE to conduct an evaluation aimed at European stakeholder organisations that have an interest in issues related to antimicrobial resistance. The survey is part of an evaluation of the EU Action Plan against the rising threats from Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). Also this call for participation can be found in the news section on the ECPHM website.

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