3rd EURORDIS Multi-Stakeholder Symposium on Improving Patients’ Access to Rare Disease Therapies

Let’s make a pact to ensure patients’ sustainable access to rare disease therapies

13-14 February 2019 
Crowne Plaza Brussels – Le Palace, Rue Gineste 3, 1210 Brussels, Belgium
Metro Station: Rogier

Final Programme

Over 250 people gathered at this event, including rare disease patients, patient advocates, healthcare industry, consultants, investors, ERN clinical representatives, academia, healthcare professionals, researchers, payer bodies, HTA agencies, National Competent Authorities, regulators, policy makers, and government workers.

Some of the important take-home messages include the recognition that multi-stakeholder collaboration is a fundamental condition to achieving patient access to rare disease medicines; that there is a need for a more trusted and transparent cooperation between payers and companies; and that the expectations for the European Reference Networks (ERNs) to be an important facilitator in evidence generation building is also an area of high interest that will be monitored closely over the coming years.

EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe is now gathering the input developed in the plenary and breakout sessions and will include them in the outcomes document as a roadmap for all parties to collaborate in a process to improve patients’ access to rare disease medicines. The final version of the roadmap document will be shared in April 2019.

Presentations

Welcome_and_opening_remarks by Yann Le Cam

Keynote_speech by Marius Bradatan

There_is_a_new_treatment_approved_when_can_I_get_it_the_example_of_SMA by Mencia de Lemus

Introduction_to_Breakout_1 by Victoria Hedley 

Introduction_to_Breakout_3 by Anna Bucsics and presented by Simone Boselli

Introduction_to_Breakout_4 by Eileen Treacy 

Breakout_1 by Victoria Hedley

Breakout_1 by Hanneke van der Lee

Breakout_1 by Mark Turner and presented by Virginie Hivert

Breakout_1 by Andreas Jung

Breakout_2 by Kristina Larsson

Breakout_2 by Margaret Galbraith

Breakout_2 by Francois Houyez

Summary_Breakout_1

Summary_Breakout_2

Breakout_3 by Anna Bucsics and presented by Wills Hughes Wilson

Breakout_3 by Angela McFarlane

Breakout_4 by Eileen Treacy

Breakout_4 by Josie Godfrey

Breakout_4 by Thomas Morel

Breakout_4 by Diego Ardigo

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Recording of the Symposium Plenary Session

Pre-Symposium Webinars

Two webinars have taken place ahead of this Symposium to provide the knowledge needed to effectively participate in discussions at the event.

 

First pre-symposium webinar

Covering topics in breakout sessions 2 and 3. Webinar speakers:

  • Anna Bucsics, University of Vienna; Project Advisor, Mechanism of Coordinated Access to orphan medicinal products (MoCA)
  • Simone Boselli, Public Affairs Director, EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe

 

Second pre-symposium webinar

Covering topics in breakout sessions 1 and 4. Webinar speakers:

  • Victoria Hedley, Newcastle University, Rare Disease Policy Manager, Newcastle University John Walton Muscular Dystrophy Research Centre, MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases, Institute of Genetic Medicine
  • Simone Boselli, Public Affairs Director, EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe

Documents

Official partners

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Contact

Questions regarding this event? Please contact Martina Bergna, Events Junior Manager: martina.bergna@eurordis.org

 

 

 
 
Die Stimme der Menschen mit seltenen Krankheiten in EuropaEURORDIS Die internationale Stimme für Menschen mit seltenen KrankheitenRare Disease International Ein moderiertes mehrsprachiges Forum, das Patienten, Familien und Experten zum Erfahrungsaustausch zusammenführt. RareConnect Das Rare Barometer Programm ist eine EURORDIS-Initiative, die Umfragen durchführt und die Erfahrungen von Patienten mit seltenen Erkrankungen in Fakten und Zahlen umwandelt, die wiederum Entscheidungsträgern vermittelt werden können.Rare Barometer Eine internationale Aufklärungskampagne, die jedes Jahr am letzten Tag im Februar stattfindet. Der Tag der Seltenen Erkrankungen ist eine EURORDIS-InitiativeRare Disease Day Nehmen Sie am größten Zusammentreffen von Interessenvertretern für seltene Krankheiten in Europa teil und besuchen Sie die zweijährliche Europäische Konferenz für Seltene Krankheiten und Orphan-Produkte (ECRD). ECRD ist eine EURORDIS-InitiativeEuropean Conference on Rare Diseases