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Highlights

16 Septembre 2021

Today, the European Commission is launching the European Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Authority (HERA) to prevent, detect, and rapidly respond to health emergencies.

13 Septembre 2021

On 14 and 15 September, the Transatlantic Taskforce on Antimicrobial Resistance (TATFAR) will have its Conference, hosted by the European Commission, to strengthen partnerships in the fight against AMR. The meeting will be held virtually and webstreamed on Day 1.

26 Août 2021

The webinar is open to all relevant stakeholders: NGOs, associations, businesses, Member States’ policy makers, patients’ organisations, etc.

25 Juin 2021

The 2021 EU4Health work programme focuses on crisis preparedness, disease prevention, stronger health systems and healthcare workforce and digital, with cancer as a cross-cutting priority.

22 Juin 2021

Following the adoption of the EU Therapeutics Strategy, the European Commission is organising an EU matchmaking event on COVID-19 therapeutics on 12-13 July 2021.

Deadline extended to 1 July 2021.

18 Juin 2021

As of today, EU4Health will fund more modern and resilient health systems, interventions to shore up our preparedness against health crises and more decisive EU action in the fight against cancer.

15 Juin 2021

Today, the European Commission is presenting a Communication on the early lessons learnt from the COVID-19 pandemic over the past 18 months and building on them to improve action at EU and national level.

08 Juin 2021

The main purpose of the scientific opinion is to support the Commission by reviewing two reports related to the use of squishy toys published by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Swedish Chemical Agency (KEMI).

01 Juin 2021

Today, the EU Digital COVID Certificate has reached another important milestone with the go-live of the technical system at EU level, which allows to verify certificates in a secure and privacy-friendly way.

26 Mai 2021

As of today, the Regulation on medical devices (MDR) is fully applicable, after a one year postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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