EMA Veterinary Awareness Day

Date: 12/09/2023 to 13/09/2023
Location: Online, 09:00-15:30 Amsterdam time (CEST)

Event summary

The Veterinary Medicinal Products Regulation has been applicable for over a year now. While stakeholders such as the EU/EEA national competent authorities, marketing authorisation holders and veterinary healthcare professionals were involved in defining the new ways of working, the Agency recognises the increased interest in its activities also for other stakeholder groups. This event, the first-ever EMA Veterinary Awareness Day, aims to provide information on these activities to a wider audience. 

Spread over two days, the event will focus on providing an overview of the Agency’s work in veterinary medicines science and regulation in the European Union and give an insight into how this aims to benefit animal health and welfare. 

It will include sessions on antimicrobial resistance, support for innovation and collaboration with academia. In addition, there will be parallel sessions on more specific topics, such as animal welfare, veterinary medicines and the environment. The event’s programme will be published at a later stage. 

Registered participants will have the opportunity to engage and ask questions to the panellists. It will also be possible to follow the public broadcast of the event. 

A video recording of the event, together with the relevant presentations, will be made available on this page after the event.

Video recording

Session 1: A new veterinary medicines regulation

Session 2: Combatting the emergence of antimicrobial resistance

Breakout session 3.1: Veterinary medicines and the environment

Breakout session 3.2: The impact of animals in society

Breakout session 4.1: Animal welfare

Breakout session 4.2: Collaboration with academia

Session 5: Feedback from breakout sessions

Session 6: Contribution of EMA and the EU network to veterinary medicines


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