The latest news and events from ECRIN and its partners

Events

Upcoming

Multi-stakeholder Workshop on Implementing "Good Lay Summary Practice"

14 February 2022
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21 February 2022
Online

When:  14, 15 & 21 February 2022, from 13.30 to 17.45 CET (or watch the replay if you cannot attend)

ECRIN contributed to the Roadmap Initiative for GLSP, led by EFGCP and EFPIA, which brought together experts from over 60 academic, industry, patient organisations and not for profits to develop this framework. The aim of which is to develop a pragmatic, broadly accepted framework for Lay Summary planning, development, translation and dissemination. 

International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) 2022

17 May 2022
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17 May 2022

SAVE THE DATE 17 May 2022 is International Clinical Trials Day. 

This years event is co-hosted by our German national partner KKS Netzwerk and is entitled "Recruitment in Clinical Trials"

More information to come shortly. 

Past

ECRIN CTU Day

26 November 2021
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26 November 2021
Online

We are pleased to announce the first ECRIN CTU day will be held from 10:00-13:00 CET 26 November 2021 online. 

Audience: Open to all ECRIN national partners CTUs and affiliated institutions that can provide services to multinational clinical trials.  

Tenth EDCTP Forum: EQUITY IN RESEARCH FOR HEALTH

17 October 2021
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21 October 2021
Online

The EDCTP Forum is a biennial event that provides an international platform for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge research addressing the burden of poverty-related infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa and the capacity development and networking activities that support this goal.

The EDCTP Forum attracts a diverse audience, including representatives from research institutions and universities, the larger scientific community, health care providers, governments, regional bodies, regulators, civil society, and public and private research and development partners.

Australia - Europe Symposium on Research Infrastructures

05 October 2021
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07 October 2021
Online

International cooperation in science and technology is an important part of addressing major global issues like climate change, infectious disease, food security, and natural disasters. Research Infrastructures are organizations providing state-of-the-art resources, services and expertise to scientists. The RI-VIS project unites research infrastructures across scientific domains to work together more efficiently and effectively and increase their visibility in society.