Consumer Health protection / Packaging material for food | News | 06 February 2020 | Strasbourg, France
In the framework of its task to develop and strengthen standards and policies to improve the health protection of consumers, the European Committee for Food Contact Materials and Articles (Partial Agreement) (CD-P-MCA), has elaborated a set of general technical provisions to be appended to an upcoming Council of Europe resolution on food contact materials and articles and specific provisions for...
Patient & Consumer Protection / Anti-falsification activities | News | 22 January 2020 | Strasbourg, France
A recent study carried out within the framework of the Council of Europe MEDICRIME Convention has highlighted shortcomings of current legislative approaches in relation to the protection of patients against falsified medicines in Europe. The study, authored by Domenico Di Giorgio of the Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA), and Diana Russo, Public Prosecutor of Naples, Italy, with the support of the...
Paediatric Formulary | News | 18 December 2019 | Strasbourg, France
The EDQM is pleased to announce that the European Paediatric Formulary is now available free of charge on a dedicated online platform. This is a major achievement for the PaedForm Working Party and all the stakeholders involved, since it not only embodies several years’ work and dedication to the project, but feeds into the fundamental human right of equal access to quality healthcare.
EDQM / All activities | News | 21 November 2019 | Strasbourg, France
As part of its efforts to improve customer service, the EDQM has developed a streamlined version of its HelpDesk and FAQs platform. The new HelpDesk was redesigned on the basis of feedback received from users and now benefits from a more intuitive interface, which is expected to enhance customer support and improve user experience.
EDQM / All activities | News | 04 November 2019 | Strasbourg, France
A phishing campaign has been launched from the internet by impersonating an EDQM user in e-mails aimed at infecting the recipients’ computers. These e-mails have been sent from outside the EDQM’s infrastructure, which is why the EDQM has no control over them.