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November Update: Health and Pharmaceuticals

26 October 2017

A fast-moving time in the Brussels year, November opens with a Green Week and public holidays before getting down to business with serious policy discussion.

The Estonian Presidency continues to make its mark with a range of events and initiatives, but leaders are already looking ahead to next year following the publication of the 2018 European Commission Work Programme.

Meanwhile, the Brexit negotiations will enter a more pressured phase as the UK seeks to overcome the impasse that  threatens to damage domestic economic prospects.

Here, Anna Krouskou, DeHavilland EU's Policy Analyst for Health and Pharmaceuticals, gives you the lowdown on what to watch out for this November.

What's on the agenda this month

by Anna Krouskou, EU Policy Analyst

November will see the EU Health Policy Platform of the European Commission holding a meeting on the 27th.
 
On the European Medicines Agency's side, the information day on measuring the impact of pharmacovigilance activities is scheduled to be held on the 14th, while the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) will also meet from the 27th to the 30th.
 
The Herbal Medicinal Products Committee (HMPC) is to hold its meeting on the 20th and the 21st.
 
Public Health attachés are to meet on 6 November, while the Working Party on Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices is to hold one of its meetings on the 13th.
 
 
 

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Anna Krouskou, EU Policy Analyst
Anna Krouskou
EU Policy Analyst

Anna Krouskou is an EU Policy Analyst at DeHavilland EU. A graduate of the University of Athens and the London School of Economics and Political Science, she has previous experience working at Ketchum and the EU Council.