A workshop entitled 'European integration, small states and access to medicines' will be held in the Aula Magna, at the University of Malta Valletta Campus, on Friday 27 January 2017, between 08:30 and 16:00.
The event is organised by the Institute for European Studies, with the support of the Department of Health Services Management and the Islands & Small States Institute. Invited speakers on access to medicines from Malta, Estonia, Iceland and Slovenia will lead the sessions. The programme will include time for interactive discussions. The detailed workshop agenda will follow at a later date.
The workshop is organised within the framework of the EU project 'SMSHealth.eu - European Integration, Small States and Health' co-funded by the European Union. The SMSHealth.eu project aims to provide a deep understanding of small states’ challenges and opportunities of European integration in health through comparative studies on small states and health systems. The project consortium is composed of partners with a small state and health systems expertise from Malta, Estonia, Slovenia, Iceland and The Netherlands.
Participation is free of charge. However those who wish to attend are to indicate this by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org