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European PF Patient Summit 2021

Be part of the conversation at the first-ever European Patient Summit on Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF) and Interstitial Lung Diseases (ILDs) driven by patients.

The PF Summit is the first virtual European event bringing together patients, healthcare professionals, policy makers and industry representatives.

The event is designed by patients for patients and will be a unique platform to discuss research, person-centred care, policy and advocacy around Pulmonary Fibrosis and Interstitial Lung Diseases (ILDs).

The Summit will bring together patient groups, healthcare professionals, policy makers, as well as industry representatives to open the dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders who aspire to make patient centricity and patient involvement a priority. This Summit represents an opportunity to magnify the patient voice and experience.

The Summit is organised by the European IPF and Related Disorders Federation (EU-IPFF), a non-profit body that brings together European national patient associations to fight for equal access to treatment and information. Established in 2016, the EU-IPFF has grown from a newly established association to a trusted resource for the European PF community, and is now the convener of the first virtual pan-European PF Summit.

At this page you will find updates and information on the Virtual Pulmonary Fibrosis Patient Summit

The European PF Summit 2021 is endorsed by

Registration form virtual PF Patient Summit 2021

Please find the registration form here

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Program

The three day virtual summit offers a comprehensive program

The overall program is available now. It will be updated it on a regular basis once speakers and details of the sessions are available

Please access the program here

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Under The Patronage Of The European Parliament

The European PF Patient Summit 2021 is Patients Included™ incorporating the experience of patients as experts and ensuring that they are neither excluded nor exploited.

 

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