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Every three seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. Today, more than 46 million people are living with the disease. This number is set to almost double every 20 years, making dementia one of the most significant health crises of the 21st century.
Rose, IAPO’s Senior Membership Officer, blogs on preparing for the WHO Regional Committee meetings, what members can expect from attending, and how we work to include you in advocacy at WHO.
Seminario de la IAPO: “Innovación, regulación y asistencia sanitaria centrada en el paciente” , 24 de Agosto 2015, Ciudad Panamá, Panamá​
Seminario de la IAPO: “Innovación, regulación y asistencia sanitaria centrada en el paciente”, 24 de Agosto 2015, Ciudad Panamá, Panamá​ Por favor guarda la fecha para nuestro seminario de actores múltiples en América Latina que se titula “Innovación, regulación y asistencia sanitaria centrada en el paciente”.​
30 September 2015
The European Health Forum Gastein is an important health-related event in the European Union and a meeting point for experts from different fields within the health system. It differs greatly from other events which are generally focused on very specific areas.
13 November 2015
To participate in the 9th UIA Associations Round Table Europe (13th November, Brussels) is a great opportunity to learn through networking and through practice. If you wish to meet representatives of other international associations and share experience and knowledge, secure your place at the event...
Worldwide, 400 million people are living with hepatitis B or C and every year 1.4 million people die from viral hepatitis; that’s as many as die from HIV/AIDS and yet the disease remains remarkably neglected. Written by Dylan O'Sullivan, Programme Manager, World Hepatitis Alliance.
We are really pleased to announce that the bursary process for the 7th Global Patients Congress , to be held in London, 9-11 April 2016, is now live!
We will be building on our existing biosimilar work by taking part in the BIO International Convention in Philadelphia from 15-18 June.
Despite the needs of patients increasing around the world, healthcare continues to be inaccessible and too expensive for many people. New technology is beginning to change this but must be evaluated properly.

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