dissemination

Facing epidemic threats as they EMERGE

PANDEM was represented at the EMERGE (Efficient response to highly dangerous and emerging pathogens at EU level) meeting in Amsterdam, where Professor Jean-Luc Gala and Dr. Olga Vybornova from Université catholique de Louvain were invited to present an overview of our research so far. Particular attention was given to PANDEM’s findings on research priorities for…

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PANDEM provides end-user input for ResiStand

PANDEM partners NUI Galway and Université catholique de louvain (UCL) are assisting the EU-funded ResiStand project with their end-user work in the field of crisis management and disaster resilience. As part of their process identifying standardisation needs of end-users, ResiStand is currently drawing upon PANDEM’s stakeholder mapping efforts by UCL earlier in the project’s cycle. ResiStand is a…

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PANDEM joins ASSET High Level Policy Forum

16th November 2016 PANDEM co-ordinator Professor Máire Connolly has agreed to join the High Level Policy Forum of a related European-funded project, ASSET. This will enable further sharing of each project’s research and work towards practical implementation. The ASSET forum brings together selected European policy-makers at regional, national and EU levels, key decision makers in health agencies, the…

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PANDEM communications at Risk Society conference

This week PANDEM’s communications team IGS presented their review findings at the European Society for Risk Analysis conference at Bath University in the United Kingdom. This research, conducted as part of D3.3., was presented as part of the “health” and “international and cross-border co-operation” themes alongside academics from around the world and a variety of…

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Media, civil society and health professionals in a pandemic: DG SANTE workshop

PANDEM project co-ordinator Professor Máire Connolly attended the DG SANTE workshop on targeting media, civil society and health professionals in Luxembourg to introduce the project to new audiences and share early findings from the PANDEM communications work package (D3.3). The PANDEM presentation outlined the landscape of communications for pandemic preparedness of response, the gaps in current knowledge and…

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Linking with the security world for policy, practice and research

Professor Jean-Luc Gala and his Université catholique de Louvain team presented the PANDEM project the meeting of Community of Users on Secure, Safe and Resilient Societies, organised by DG HOME in Brussels. The session where PANDEM was presented was dedicated to mapping projects and policies, with a focus on chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN-E)…

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