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[e-drug] Accessing Medicines Africa, S Asia (AMASA) project: Event London 18th October 2013

E-DRUG: Accessing Medicines Africa, S Asia (AMASA) project:  Event London 18th 
October 2013
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ACCESSING MEDICINES IN AFRICA AND SOUTH ASIA (AMASA) PROJECT

Dissemination Event, Queen Mary, University of London, 18th October 2013

AMASA is a 3-year research project funded under the European Union's
Framework Programme 7. It is led by the University of Edinburgh and the
Queen Mary University London, in collaboration with partners in Belgium,
Switzerland, Uganda, South Africa and India. The research investigates how
the interplay of patent regimes, pharmaceutical regulation, availability of
drug production facilities, health care infrastructure, service provision,
and engagement by foreign donors influence appropriate, affordable access to
medicines. The project examines the production, distribution, supply and
consumption of medicines within seven health care areas - HIV/AIDS, Malaria,
Reproductive Health, Tuberculosis (TB) Control, Mental Health, Pain
Management and Diabetes.

The results of the project will be presented at Queen Mary, University of
London on October 18th. They are of interest to many in the e-drug
community. You are cordially invited to attend. The event is free to attend.
Registration is needed.

Details of the event and registration information are available through the
following link:
http://www.amasa-project.eu/dissemination-event-in-london/

Patricia McGettigan
Clinical Pharmacology
William Harvey Research Institute
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
John Vane Science Centre
Charterhouse Square
London EC1M 6BQ
"Patricia McGettigan" <p.mcgettigan@qmul.ac.uk>

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