11 -13 January 2019
Local and common sessions
Lectures / Workshops / Case studies
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Wednesday 21 November 2018 from 09:00 to 17:45
Thursday 22 November 2018 from 08:45 to 17:00
24 ERNs were launched in March 2017 and are now operational. The ERNs’ system is a successful story. The complexity and ambition of the model implies a continuous and proactive analysis of the many challenges that ERNs are facing in the current deployment phase and those that will arise in the future.
The objectives of this year’s conference are:
10 delegates from each ERN have been registered for this event and the network will share the outcome of these days with those who were unable to attend.
18th International Conference on Behçet’s Disease, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam is a recognized Academic Center of Excellence on Behçet’s Disease in the Netherlands and participates in the European Reference Network in Behçet’s disease.
The international conferences on Behçet’s Disease are always a main event for physicians and researchers interested in Behçet’s disease. The contributors provide top oral presentations and poster sessions of accepted abstracts on a wide range of topics including basic immunology, genetics and clinical innovations. Meet-the-expert sessions will give young physicians an opportunity to share experiences with experts in the field.
24-27 October 2018, Lisbon, Portugal
5-8 September 2018, Lisbon, Portugal
27-29 June 2018 – Freiburg, Germany
Friday 7 September 2018 Lisbon, Portugal (as part of the PReS congress)
PReS 2018 – 5-8 September 2018, Lisbon Portugal http://www.pres.eu/pres2018/
18 April 2018, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (closed meeting – by invitation only)
12-13th April 2018, Frambu, just outside of Oslo. The location was selected as this workshop is in fact being co-organised with another important project for the rare disease/highly specialised & complex care field: INNOVcare https://innovcare.eu/events/
Although not focused solely on ERNs, the ERNs will have a particular prominence and focus in this workshop, to explore how the Networks –as key players in the RD field- can support the activities initiated by previous and current Joint Actions and the INNOVcare project, and provide insight to the rich experiences of your disease communities