Crosstalk among ERNs is an important task that could help improving healthcare for rare diseases. Therefore, it is necessary that the networks start collaborating and working together in their overlapping areas.
Story of Paula
Paediatric transplantations require a complex, life-long follow-up. For patients like Paula, a girl from Barcelona, the European Reference Networks help get the best pre and post-operative care.
European Reference Networks: a ray of hope
In 2017 over 900 highly-specialised medical teams from all over Europe joined their forces in the European Reference Networks (ERNs). In this video, doctors and patients explain how the ERNs can tackle complex or rare diseases.
Today we should have been meeting in Warsaw for the 8th Board Meeting. Unfortunately, it has not been possible, but we are somehow together and we keep you in mind. We send you some memories of the previous meetings and our affection.#SeeYouNextBoard...
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Dear all; Considering the latest development on the COVID-19 spread in Europe and the numerous recent upgrade on travel restrictions for employees, the Organising Committee has decided to postpone the 2nd TransplantChild Workshop on Translational Research. We will...