EU/HMA Big Data Stakeholder Forum 2022
The European medicines regulatory network is organising third, annual multi-stakeholder forum on big data to foster collaboration and engage stakeholders.
The objectives of this meeting include to:
- inform stakeholders on the delivery of data activities of the Network Strategy 2025;
- strengthen engagement and collaboration with stakeholders;
- look through a medicines regulatory lens to the European Health Data Space (EHDS).
At certain points throughout the meeting, participants will be able to give their input via the audience interaction tool Slido. Please go to www.slido.com, enter the event code “bdforum2022” and passcode “xe6w13”. Interaction via Slido is voluntary, and you may opt to remain anonymous. If you chose to use Slido, you consent to the processing of your personal data as explained in the EMA Data Privacy Statement for Slido.
Attendance is organised via EU associations and direct invitations to allow a broad range of stakeholders to participate.
The meeting will be broadcast live on this web page and a video recording will be made available afterwards.
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Agenda - EU Big Data Stakeholder Forum (PDF/183.83 KB) (updated)
First published: 28/10/2022
Last updated: 25/11/2022
Workplan 2022-2025 - HMA / EMA joint Big Data Steering Group (PDF/306.05 KB)
First published: 28/07/2022
Big Data Steering Group (BDSG): 2021 report (PDF/382.67 KB)
First published: 15/03/2022