Healixia saw the light of day early 2020. Below you find all the past events of Healixia, and - for the sake of completeness - also of the former associations (ACRP, BAPU, BeAPP and BRAS) that joined forces within Healixia. 

Past events

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    23 November '21

    Healixia session - Learnings from the current pandemic: can these benefit patients?

    Free online session.

    In June 2021, Noël Wathion retired as Deputy Executive Director EMA. Over the past two years, he has been able to fully utilize his expertise and management skills to master the consequences of the Covid-19 storm. On November 23, he will share his learnings from the current pandemic with us.

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    16 September '21

    Healixia webinar: Pharmacovigilance

    Online

    Online meeting about

    • Methods for safety assessment of Covid-19 vaccines at the European level (Xavier Kurz, EMA) incl. Q&A
    • Best practices regarding inspections of the Belgian authorities and remote inspections (Evelien GERITS, Infarama) incl. Q&A

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    14 September '21

    Recognition of Pharmaceutical Medicine/Clinical Pharmacology as a specialty for MDs in Belgium: a status update.

    Online

    Online meeting

    During this webinar, a status update will be provided on the recognition of Pharmaceutical Medicine/Clinical Pharmacology as a specialty for Medical Doctors in Belgium. 

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    21 May '21

    Healixia General Assembly (members only)

    Online

    On the agenda: 

    • activity report and financials Healixia 2020
    • approval action plan and budget 2021
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    21 January '21

    The Sustainable Development Goals: impact on our business and your job

    Sustainable Development Goals are ubiquitous, also in the pharmaceutical industry. But how do organisations incorporate the SDGs? And what influence does this have on the individual employee? 

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    30 November '20

    Healixia webinar - Patient preference and engagement: reality or myth?

    Speakers:

    • Isabelle Huys and Rosanne Janssens (KU Leuven)
    • Danielle Derijcke (MSD Belgium). She will speak on behalf of EUPATI Belgium.
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    24 November '20

    Healixia webinar - Value based pricing: are outcome-based market entry agreements the future?

    Healixia's journey - let's connect: webinar 

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    16 November '20

    Healixia webinar - The scientific approach to a virus epidemic

    Healixia's journey - let's connect: webinar 

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    13 November '20

    Healixia webinar - Advanced therapies: the demise of alchemy and rise of pharmacology

    Healixia's journey - let's connect: webinar 

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    10 November '20

    Healixia webinar - Pioneering malaria challenge trials in Belgium: from theory to practice in a Phase I unit

    Healixia's journey - let's connect: webinar 

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    22 October '20

    CTR Session (online)

    On the agenda:

    • Implementation CTR EU and national 
    • EU PD Portal: status update 
    • Future training 
    • Role of the College and ethics committee
    • Pilot projects with reflections from:
      • FAMHP
      • Academic sponsors
      • Industry
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    14 October '20

    Healixia's journey - Let's connect

    We invite you to our Healixia's journey - let's connect: multiple webinars from our 4 domains: whenever and wherever you want!

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    29 April '20

    Healixia online meetup: the impact of COVID 19 on the FAMHP

    During this online meetup, we will look into the impact of COVID 19 on the FAMHP and FAMHP related topics.
    You can ask your work-related questions concerning the COVID 19-crisis to Greet Musch, General-director at FAMHP.

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    23 January '20

    New Year's Event

    Brussel

    New Year's event  Ri De Ridder - "Why our health care should perform much better"