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  1. Is anyone aware of any events in Brussels during EIW2017? The European Commission mentioned at a recent conference that a Joint Action on immunisation was being developed but I'm not sure about the timeline.
  2. The Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency (CHAFEA) of the European Commission has recently published a call for tender concerning 2 studies: a study on the added value of the strategic and life-course approach to vaccination and a study on shortcomings related to low vaccination coverage in health care workers. These studies are intended to inform on-going explorations regarding the Commission´s future vaccination policy referred to the background of the Council conclusions on vaccinations, as an effective tool in public health. Deadline is 16 September and all relevant information can be found on CHAFEA’s website These studies are intended to inform on-going explorations regarding the Commission´s future vaccination policy referred to the background of the Council conclusions on vaccinations, as an effective tool in public health http://ec.europa.eu/chafea/health/tender-51-2015_en.html
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