A wide variety of subjects in the arena of rare diseases will be covered. There will be lectures by national and international rare disease experts, workshops, and poster presentations by participants. Subjects include drug development, model organisms, how to choose clinical endpoints, clinical trials, regulatory aspects, patient registries, patient initiated research, ethical considerations, as well as what rare diseases may tell us about common diseases.
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Celebration "40 years Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry" with a scientific symposium at the University of Bern.
How routine data help to prevent cancer in children, optimize treatment and improve long-term outcomes.
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Joint DIA/EFGCP/EMA Better Medicines for Children Conference at the European Medicines Agency in London, UK.
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Seit dem letzten Schweizer Impfkongress im November 2014 haben sich in der Vakzinologie zahlreiche wichtige Neuerungen ergeben, die Ihnen alle präsentiert werden. Kompetente Referentinnen und Referenten, verschiedene Präsentationsformen (Vorträge, interaktive Sessions, Workshops) sowie genügend Zeit für die Diskussion garantieren einen interessanten und lohnenden Kongress. Das Hauptziel bleibt die umfassende, offene und ehrliche Information über den aktuellen Stand der Impfungen.
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The Nuffield Council, in collaboration with the Global Health Network, has produced a new online training course. The course is available in English and Spanish.
Available in English and Spanish, the course is aimed at researchers and members of ethics committees globally, to give them confidence in thinking through the challenges of carrying out research with children and young people. The course is free and open to anyone (though registration on the site is required), and takes 45-60 minutes to complete. A certificate is issued on successful completion.
This resource is based on the Council’s recent report which explores ethical issues around the involvement of children and young people in clinical research. It also draws on previous Council work on the ethics of healthcare research in developing countries.