IMI-EMIF would like to invite you to its public symposium: ‘Liberating Evidence from European Health Data – the Achievements and Challenges of a Five Year IMI Project: EMIF’ that is to be held on the 18th of April 2018 at Hotel Bloom, Brussels, Belgium.
This meeting will bring together a large variety of stakeholders to discuss the value of re-using healthcare data, how the new GDPR will affect the re-use of healthcare data, how we can better involve patients, a forward projection on the evolution of the healthcare data ecosystem, etc…. A high-level version of the agenda can be found here. Throughout the day, there will be ample opportunities for networking as we bring together stakeholders from other healthcare data consortia, representatives from IMI, the European Patient’s Forum and many others.
Participation in this event is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register for the meeting online by April 1, 2018 at the latest by filling in this form. Please do not hesitate to register as spots are limited and registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis.
This will be a great meeting at which to learn about important novel advances in our knowledge about diseases and treatments, from using big health data. The networks, architectures and tools that can be used for European scale research will also be demonstrated.
During the Madrid conference European thought leaders were interviewed about the importance of reusing clinical data for research and health care. A second series of interviews are made available here.