|Venue||Carton House Hotel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare|
|Date||Friday, April 13th , 2018|
|Time||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
The 29th PMI Annual Business Day takes place on April 13th in Carton House, Co. Kildare. During the day we will cover the following topics:
- Biosimilars – discussing their impact on treating chronic diseases – with views from both sides!
- GDPR legislation & best practice in the management of data
- The future of Primary Care
- Economic & Pharmaeconomic Update
We have an early bird rate for the first 50 tickets, with the general entry rate then becoming active.
There will be a Networking Supper directly after the Business Day, the cost of which is included in the rate.
Dr. Paul Cornes
Dr. Paul Cornes is an Oncologist based in Bristol, UK. Paul was part of the team that developed and presented evidence for the first successful US biosimilar to the Oncology Advisory drugs Committee of the FDA. He is part of the steering group for the European School of Oncology Working Party on the Access to Innovation in Cancer Treatment
Roisin Adams, HSE
Roisin is the Chief Pharmacist with the HSE. In early 2017, she was seconded as Chief Pharmacist to the National Drugs Management Programme (Acutes) to manage high cost Drugs in the acute division. Prior to this, Roisin was the Deputy Head of the NCPE. Roisin holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Phd), Pharmacoeconomics/Pharmaceutical economics and MSc (Pharmacy).
Barry is a consultant providing strategic, financial and commercial management consulting services exclusively to a GP client base. He is also lecturer and course tutor for the Irish College of General Practitioners’ “Management in Practice” Diploma and Certificate courses.
Emerald de Leeuw, Eurocomply
Emerald is the CEO of Eurocomply, a company specialising in GDPR and data privacy. She is also a guest lecture at the Law Society, where she lectures on Technology and Data Protection Law. Emerald also won the European Innovator of the Year in 2017.
Dr. Stephen Weir, IPA
Stephen is a lecturer in economics with the IPA. He co-ordinates the Economics programmes and subjects on both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at the IPA. Stephen lectures in Microeconomics, Public Sector Economics, Health Economics, Business Economics, Economic Growth and Research Methods.
One sponsorship slots remaining.