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Online Event on Routine vaccinations in time of COVID-19 across Europe – 20th July 2021

Professor George Griffin, FEAM Vice-President, will participated in the event “Routine vaccinations in time of COVID-19 across Europe: a multi-stakeholder evaluation“. This initiative, which will take place on 20 July (Tuesday), is organised by the Active Citizenship Network (ACN) and is being held as part of the EU webinar cycle ‘Health at the heart of Europe’s future’, which ACN is running with the aim of feeding into the debate at the Conference for the Future of Europe. Register for the event, here.


 Moderator: Gary Finnegan, VaccinesToday

14:30 – 14:50 Opening remarks

Mariano Votta, Responsible for EU Affairs – Cittadinanzattiva –  Director Active Citizenship Network

MEP Tomislav Sokol, Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats), Croatia

Isabel de la Mata, Principal Advisor for Health and Crisis management, European Commission, DG Health and Food Safety

14:50 – 15:05 Survey’s results

Daniela Quaggia – Active Citizenship Network

15:05 – 15:55  Roundtable

-Health Care Professionals:

Italy, Stefano Celotto, General Practitioner, Italian College of General Practitioners and Primary Care Professionals, SIMG

UK, Prof. George Griffin, UK Academy of Medical Sciences, Representative of Federation of European Academies of Medicine (FEAM)   

Citizens/patients’ advocacy groups:

Spain Elena Moya, Vice President, Asociacion Española Contra La Meningitis – Europe and Africa Coordinator for CoMO ( Confederation of Meningitis Organisations )

Health Institutions:

Romania, Camelia Claici, Public Health Epidemiologist, National Institute of Public Health

Malta, Tanya Melillo, Head of infectious disease prevention and control Unit, Ministry of Health

-Pharmaceutical Companies:

Sibilia Quilici, Executive Director Vaccines Europe


15:55 Closing remarks

Jane Barratt, International Federation of Ageing, Manifesto on Routine Vaccinations

Find more information on the event, here.

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