DRIVE-AB has held its second annual General Assembly Meeting from 17-18 October in Oslo, Norway. The meeting brought consortium partners, hailing from both academic and EFPIA institutions, together from all around the world along with representation from a key stakeholder in the United States, the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy. The two-day meeting consisted of a series of plenary discussions and interactive break out sessions where the consortium partners discussed the progress of the project as well as next steps for the final upcoming year.
A major point of discussion at the meeting was key upcoming stakeholder engagement activities and the communication of the consortium’s final results as DRIVE-AB works towards completing its research and disseminating the resultsand recommendations.
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