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Proceedings of the EDCTP Stakeholder meeting on HIV/AIDS published

Published on 17 February 2014

The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) published the report of its Stakeholder meeting on HIV/AIDS today. The meeting was held in Lisbon, Portugal, on 3-4 September 2013 as part of the preparations for the second EDCTP programme. The two-day meeting was hosted by ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon and the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FTC).

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The stakeholder meeting was attended by 74 participants, including researchers from academia, representatives of product development partnerships and the pharmaceutical industry, policy makers, funding agencies and other likeminded organisations. The aim of the meeting was to identify key challenges and opportunities for EDCTP in advancing research in HIV/AIDS and the financial strategies that are required. The recommendations from the stakeholder meeting on HIV/AIDS will contribute towards the EDCTP strategic and operational business plan.

The meeting is part of a series of thematic stakeholder meetings planned to contribute to the shaping of strategy and funding approach of the second EDCTP programme. EDCTP organised meetings on neglected infectious diseases, malaria, tuberculosis and other mycobacterial infections, as well as on Research Ethics Review and Regulatory Affairs. A stakeholder meeting on Capacity Development will take place in Berlin on 3 July 2014.

Date

Research field

Location

27-28 June 2013

Neglected infectious diseases

The Hague, Netherlands

3-4 September 2013

HIV

Lisbon, Portugal

19-20 September 2013

Malaria

Vienna, Austria

28-29 October 2013

Tuberculosis and other mycobacterial infections

Paris, France

28 November 2013

Health Research Ethics

Antwerp, Belgium

29 November 2013

Regulatory affairs

Antwerp, Belgium

 

For more information about the stakeholder meetings, please visit the Stakeholder meetings page.

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