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NeuroCOV Workshop on the Challenges and Opportunities of the European Health Data Space (EHDS) to Take Place in Berlin, Germany

The Regulation on the European Health Data Space (EHDS) is bound to have a transformative impact on the health domain in Europe, (re)shaping healthcare delivery and research and innovation activities across the EU. Driven by a vision of harmonising regulatory and technical standards, the EHDS is intended to increase citizens’ control of (trans-border access to) electronic health records while fostering health data-sharing practices across the continent. Yet, major challenges loom large on the EHDS’ horizon, as also evidenced by the “(major) revisions” recommended by the EU Parliament and the Council to the Commission’s Proposal as part of the ordinary legislative procedure leading to the EHDS’ approval and implementation.

On May 29th, the NeuroCOV project will gather key players in European health policy, research, and care in Berlin, Germany, to set the agenda for sustained public scrutiny of the proposed Regulation, geared to analyse the impact and anticipate challenges from the implementation of the EHDS.

Workshop Speakers:
Joachim Schultze, DZNE; Giuseppe Testa, Human Technopole; Luca Marelli, University of Milan; Barbara Prainsack, University of Vienna; Irene Schluender, TMF Berlin; Mélodie Bernaux, European Commission; Katarína Kutajová, EU Parliament; Marc Beyer, DZNE; Camille Cloitre, Health Data Hub; Alexander Degelsegger-Márquez, Austrian National Public Health Institute; Andrea Ganna, University of Helsinki; Peija Haaramo, FINDATA; Vittoria Porta, University of Oxford & European Institute of Oncology IRCCS; Katharina Schneider, BfArM; Mahsa Shabani, University of Amsterdam; Emanuele Villa, Human Technopole.

For more information, take a look at the poster and the programme of the event.