PLATINEA and Apotekarsocieteten coordinate event: What can we learn from covid-19 to improve access to antibiotics?
In a short time, the healthcare system and society have been quickly transformed to face the threat from the new coronavirus. International collaborations have been established, new supply chains have been established and new payment models for medicines and vaccines have been developed. How can these experiences contribute to increasing the availability of antibiotics in Sweden - in the short and long term?
Availability of antiviral agents during the corona pandemic, Håkan Hanberger, professor of infectious medicine, Linköping University.
Availability of vaccines against covid-19, Richard Bergström, national vaccine coordinator.
Bengt Mattsson, Pharmaceutical Industry Association
Johan Andersson, Swedish Medicinal Products Agency
Joachim Luthander, paediatrician, Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital
Susanna Eklund, SKR
Richard Bergström, National vaccine coordinator
Håkan Hanberger, Linköping University
Karin Meyer, Society of Pharmacists
Time and place
September 15 at 10.30-12.00
Online via Zoom, a link is emailed out a couple of days before the start of the activity.
The activity is a joint arrangement between Apotekarsocieteten and PLATINEA.