Surviving Melanoma in Europe.  

Access to prevention, early detection and effective treatment for all.

Melanoma Patient Network Europe

important  

Workshop participation, travel

and full-board accommodation 

will be free for participants.

Participation is upon application only.

Program 

MPNE WORKSHOP KRUSENBERG 22nd- 24th November 


Last update 10th October 2019 BR

Effective ADvocacy-

Evidence, Strategy, impact.

Annual MPNE workshop for European Melanoma advocates

'WITHOUT DATA YOU ARE JUST ANOTHER PERSON WITH AN OPINION'. 
W. EDWARDS DEMING.


​22nd- 24th November 2019

arrival 22nd mid-day


Location 

Krusenberg Herrgård, Uppsala, Sweden 



Please bring your laptops or tablets for the group work 


Friday, 22nd November
Day 1



14.30- 15.30 Coffee


15.30- 16.15

Elevator introductions and introduction to the weekend: Effective Advocacy
Bettina Ryll, MPNE


16.15- 17.30 Melanoma Histopathology and Molecular Pathology
An introduction to Melanoma histopathology, Molecular Pathology as well as ongoing efforts in the European Pathology community of relevance to patient advocates
Daniela Massi,Careggi University Hospital Florence, Italy, confirmed


17.30- 18.00 Invited speaker

Maria Sörby, Regional Cancer Centres, Sweden 


18.00- 19.30 The Melanoma research we need

Mapping research needs in Melanoma

Bettina Ryll

Update

Arjan van Manen, SkylineDx

20:00 Dinner



Saturday, 24th November

from 8.00 Breakfast 


8.30- 10.00 Advocacy at regulatory level
45’ End points that matter to patients
Jorge Camerero, AEMPS, Spanish Medicines Agency, and CHMP alternate at EMA
45’ The European Medicines Agency from a patient advocate’s experience
David Haerry, confirmed


preparation

please review the role and the work of the European Medicines Agency, e.g. here

10.00- 10.30 Coffee


10.30- 11.45
Advocacy Session: Effective communication: Tips and Tricks 
Petra Naster, Vital Transformation, confirmed

12.00- 13.00 Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 Value Assessment Frameworks and Patient Preferences
Axel Mühlbacher, Hochschule Neubrandenburg, Germany, confirmed

15.00- 15.30 Coffee

15.30- 17.00 Session- Ethical considerations in Early Access Programs
Jan Liliemark, SBU, Swedish Council for Health Technology Assessment, Sweden, Mark Sheehan, The Ethox Centre, University of Oxford, confirmed

17.30- 18.30 FAIR data
Nigel Hughes, EHDEN, invited 


19.00- 19.30 Glögg och Pepparkakor

Join us for a very Swedish tradition


19.30 Julbord Dinner 


Sunday, 25th November

Advocacy Day MPNE members only


8.00- 9.00

Breakfast

please make sure you check out


9.00- 10.00

MPNE advocacy: working effectively

Learning from the Red Cross Disaster Response

Andrew Evans, MPNE


10.00- 10.30 Coffee


10.30- 12.30 Strategic session MPNE 2020 


  • Update about recent developments within MPNE- Horizon2020 projects in rare Melanomas, new meetings, growing network
  • Annual session: unmet need in the network
  • MPNE in 2020- annual conference, meetings, other opportunities
  • Ask your colleagues: topics you want to discuss with other MPNEhubs


12.30- 12.45

Workshop Summary and Closure
Bettina Ryll, MPNE

13.00- 14.00

Lunch and Departure