Nordic Health Talks

On Wednesday, March 29th, 2023, Nordic Health Talks presents a panel discussion on: 

New pharmaceutical rules in the EU – when is the proposal coming and what are the consequences?

The European Commission’s proposal for new pharmaceutical legislation has been the subject of debate ever since a draft was leaked to the press in December 2022. The proposal has been postponed a number of times and has now been further delayed. What will be the consequences for research, innovation, and competitiveness in European life science if the leaked proposal becomes reality?

The panel consists of actors across the Nordic Countries from the European Parliament, authorities, and the pharmaceutical industry.

The conversation will be held in English and live streamed.


  • Emma Hannonen, senior advisor at Pharma Industry in Finland
  • Jenni Nordborg, head of International Relations at the Swedish Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Joachim Henriksen, Corporate Affairs and Communication Manager at Pfizer in Norway
  • Monica Lidberg, director of Regulatory Affairs at the Swedish Medical Products Agency
  • Rasmus Beedholm-Ebsen, Phd, senior advisor, Life Science, at The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Denmark
  • Sirpa Pietikäinen, Member of the European Parliament and member of the National Coalition Party, a part of the European People’s Party

Facilitator: Petter Odmark, Reform Society Company

Sign up for the event here: https://www.moleculeconsultancy.com/morgenmoeder/


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