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Improving Medication Safety in Mental Health andReducing the Impact of Side Effects That Lead To Physical Health Problems (London - United Kingdom, 14 maj 2014)    healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk

“We must make sure we tackle the higher levels of mortality and reduced life expectancy in patients with mental illness and we are committed to pushing mental health to the top of the NHS agenda” Dr [...]

Info Session on Applications - Pesticides - Technical Meeting with Stakeholders on "EFSA Guidance documents on protected crops and soil degradation rate" (Parma - Italy, 17 czerwiec 2014)    europa.eu

The aim of this meeting is to present and explain the content of the following new EFSA Guidance Documents: EFSA Guidance document on `clustering and ranking of emissions of active substances of plan[...]


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