The Conference “Poland and Italy amid the crises and challenges in the healthcare sector – Practice and Experience” organized by the Institute for Social Policy Development, cooperation with the Polish Embassy, in will be held June 7, from 11 am to 4 pm, at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland, in Rome.  

The goal of the Conference is to create a Polish-Italian forum for debate and exchange of good practices, various experiences, and recommendations for public institutions focusing on the challenges faced by the healthcare sector. The initiative was launched by the Institute for the Development of Social Affairs to serve as a platform to present the state instruments of support for the healthcare sector and strengthen scientific cooperation while contributing to the development of innovation based on the relations between Poland and Italy. 

Polish and Italian representatives from a range of institutions and organisations in the healthcare sector, parliamentarians involved in this field, scientists and medical experts, and representatives of the pharmaceutical industry, have been invited to join the event as panelists. The debate is going to be moderated by healthcare experts. 

The event will be organized on three panels and all the event will have Italian and Polish simultaneous translation:  

Panel I: The challenges faced by the healthcare systems in times of crises – Polish and Italian perspectives 

Panel II: Polish-Italian bilateral cooperation – exchange of experiences and good practices in the healthcare sector 

Panel III: International economic cooperation – the importance of investing in biotechnology innovation in times of accumulating crises and threats 

Our CEO, Donato Bonifazi, will be participating in the Panel III and will be discussing the importance of biotechnology innovation, particularly in the development of paediatric research and medicines.  

You can find more information in the agenda of the Conference.  

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