Training session on ‘Emergency Preparedness through Platform Trials in the European Union-European Economic Area’ on September 5th and 6th, 2024, in Brussels

date: 14/06/2024

CT CURE, the European Union’s joint action, will conduct the training session titled ‘Emergency Preparedness through Platform Trials in the European Union - European Economic Area’ on September 5th and 6th in Brussels. The training is designed specifically for assessors of clinical trial applications from Medical Research Ethics Committees and National Competent Authorities. 

Coordinated by the FAMHP, CT CURE is an EU4Health joint action of Member States funded by the European Union that aims to establish a network of Medical Research Ethics Committees (MREC), and National Competent Authorities (NCAs) that gain experience on conducting expedited assessment of clinical trial applications on COVID-19 therapeutics.
The CT CURE vision and rationale is an accelerated, harmonised regulatory review of clinical trials to facilitate rapid generation of clinical data on novel therapeutic strategies in public health emergencies.

In order to increase emergency preparedness in European Union (EU) - European Economic Area (EEA), this training focusses on the regulatory review of large platform trial applications bringing assessors from both MREC and NCAs together. 

Programme
Find out more about the programme.

Registration
The training is open to all Member States in EU/EEA and part of the Training Work Package 7 for CT CURE.
Please confirm your attendance before 20th June by submitting the registration form.

More information
CT CURE website
 

Last updated on 14/06/2024