a specialised group within the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA)
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
2 Rue Bellot
Rue du Trône 108
Mr Joseph Jimenez
Mr Richard Bergström
EFPIA Director General
The aim of Vaccines Europe, which has no profit-making purpose is to:
•Create a supportive environment for improved vaccine protection and coverage in the interest of individuals and the community
•Promote vaccine R & D to meet new challenges for innovative vaccine applications against infectious and other types of diseases
•Foster a favourable policy climate for the vaccine industry in Europe to bring new vaccines to the world.
Any health or pharmaceutical policy stemming from the European Institutions such as:
- pandemic preparedness
- Influenza economic study
- National Immunisation technical advisory groups
- Literature review on vaccine attitudes
- Call for action for EU elections
- unrestricted educational ground to health foundation for vaccine activities
EU Health policy forum
Vaccines Europe interacts on an ad hoc basis with representatives from the EU institutions to support policies and activities that improve healthcare at EU level.
75%: 1 50%: 2
These persons spend their time in activities falling under the scope of the Transparency Register. The Vaccines Europe scope of activities is wider than activities falling under the scope of the Transparency register.
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Vaccines Europe's constituent entities include 13 member companies
Vaccines Europe operates as a specialised group within the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations – EFPIA-, which operates as the representative organisation of the pharmaceutical industry in Europe.
01/2014 - 12/2014
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