At its annual conference entitled, “Better regulation for veterinary medicines: Road to a European marketing authorisation”, IFAH-Europe called on decision-makers to complete the journey to a true single market and develop one single EU-wide marketing authorisation process for veterinary medicines. With the decision-making process on the future veterinary medicines legislation starting later this year, the animal health industry asks if Europe’s animals, farmers, vets and pet owners should have to wait any more decades to see pan-European availability of authorised veterinary medicines.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Johannes Charlier has accepted the position as the Project Manager for DISCONTOOLS. Johannes is a veterinarian and a post-doctoral researcher and lecturer in Ghent University and will join DISCONTOOLS on a part-time basis.
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On the occasion of the tenth edition of European Pet Night, IFAH-Europe (International Federation for Animal Health Europe) and partners showcased the preliminary findings of research conducted by PAWS (Parents Autism Workshops and Support) in association with Dogs for the Disabled, the University of Lincoln and the National Autistic Society on the impact of a pet dog on the life of a child with autism.