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Happy Holidays from our team

By Caecilia Schmid | 12/22/2020 | 0 Comments
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Joint statement against the initiative to ban experiments on animals and humans

By Caecilia Schmid | 07/01/2020 | 0 Comments

The federal popular initiative submitted in March 2019 calls for a ban on experiments on animals and humans and a ban on trade and approval of products developed using animal experiments. The Swiss Clinical Trial Organisation (SCTO), the Swiss Network of Paediatric Research Centres (SwissPedNet), the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research (SAKK), and the Swiss…

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New Executive Board elected

By Caecilia Schmid | 05/18/2020 | 0 Comments

EUPATI CH is delighted to welcome the new and returning Executive Board members (all in a volunteer role). The result of the elections held on 23.04.2020 saw Ivo Schauwecker newly elected president, Hansruedi Völkle (vice president), Caecilia Schmid (Secretariat), and board members Rosmarie Pfau, Marie Mi Bonde Hansen, Cristiana Sessa, Annette Magnin, Larisa Aragon, Stephan…

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The Swiss Patient Forum 2019

By Caecilia Schmid | 05/08/2019 | 0 Comments

  “The digital patient” – Are patients sufficiently competent in the increasing digitalisation in healthcare? Under what conditions are patients willing to cooperate and make use of the digitalisation? What hopes and fears are associated with this? What wishes and demands can be derived from this? At the third Swiss Patient Forum held on 25…

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EUPATI CH Flyers and Postcards

By Caecilia Schmid | 12/06/2018 | 0 Comments

We are pleased to to share the new, web-friendly pdfs of our released EUPATI CH flyers with you. They are in four languages: English, French, German, and Italian. We also have Postcards 2018 in all four languages. Please use them as you see fit.

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