European Medicine Agency (EMA)

EMA is a decentralised agency of the European Union (EU), created in 1995. Its mission is to protect human and animal health in the EU and to ensure access to medicines that are safe, effective and ofgood quality. EMA evaluates medicines for marketing approval throughout the EU and provides information on such medicines to healthcare professionals and patients. EMA also monitors the safety of all medicines authorised in the EU throughout their lifecycle and providesinformation on such medicines to healthcare professionals and patients.

The Executive Director of the European Medicines Agency and representatives of the European Union of General Practitioners(UEMO), the European Forum for Primary Care(EFPC), and of the World Organisation of Family Doctors-Europe(WONCA Europe), met within the framework of EMA interaction with healthcare professionals and their organisations on 6 June 2019, Amsterdam, to sign the joint statement.

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Last Modified
1 Apr 2021