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19 Dec

Plenary Assembly and Annual Conference of EMA, the EUROPEAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

Remote Event

We announce the forthcoming Plenary Assembly and Annual Conference of the EUROPEAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION , which will be webcast Saturday  19th  December 2020, from 10.00 to 12.00 by the Platform Microsoft Teams.


10.00:   Vincenzo Costigliola. President’s Introductory Remarks.

Profile and feature of the current EMA’s Board;  Size of the direct audience of the Association’s Newsletters; Mission and key interventions 2018-2020; Ongoing Projects topical amid COVID-19 pandemics (IProcureSecurity ); Partnership’s with Associations and Institutions

10.30: Presentations of EMA’s activity:

Maria Rosa Fenoll, Education Vice-president

Angelo Manenti,  General Secretary

Guglielmo  Trovato, EMA’s  Director  for Media, e-learning & e-medicine

 11.00  News  from  EMA Representative: Russia, Azerbaijan Kazakhstan, India

11.15: Invited speakers

Umberto Solimene: FEMTEC collaboration

Daniele Arces:  Role of GPs in the pandemic

David  David A. Hall:   GMDVA Project

11.30: Comments and questions

 11.45:  President’s Conclusion and proposals for the future.

If interested, please join in  the meeting  cliking on the following link…

Event Details
As planned
Event type
EU project nr.
Grant Agreement No 833291.
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
Registration URL
Contact details
Number of delegates
< 100
Target group
Policy makers
Media professionals
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
Fostering the response capacities and increasing the cooperation of the European Health Professionals
Expected (learning) outcomes
Information on EU Policies and directives
Recognition / certification of participation
Attending fee

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