EAN has submitted the congress to the Conference Vetting System (CVS) and has been assessed and determined as provisionally compliant. This information is now available here with the reference: EMT26139
Any sponsor showcasing pharmaceutical (or pharma-dependent) products is advised to consult the EFPIA Code of Practice and the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice before applying. It is the exhibitor’s or sponsor’s responsibility to comply with all national and international laws and regulations that pertain to its particular industry, and to ensure that a compliance officer has approved the specific sponsorship items prior to the application.
EAN is not liable in any way for sponsors not complying to legal, ethical and industry standards.
In Italy each pharmaceutical company sponsor in a meeting or in a congress on topics related to the use of their own pharmaceutical products, must submit to the competent Unit of the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) their application to obtain a specific authorization. This is in respect of an Italian Government Decree (Decreto Legislativo 219/06 art. 124).
The request of authorisation is to be prepared well in advance and must be submitted in AIFA within 60 days that precede the starting date of the event.
In compliance with the given instructions please contact for the AIFA application documents:
Gianni Frontani & Anna Lupidi