EPF recognised with the 2020 Patient-Centered Health Award at the annual RAPS awards

Each year, the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) selects outstanding recipients who have went above and beyond their regulatory professional expertise and commitments to provide for the greater good of regulatory affairs. This year, the European Patients’ Forum (EPF) received the Patient-Centered Health Award.

The Patient-Centered Health Award recognises groups, organizations or individuals who have made a significant impact to advance patient-centered policy, product development or regulatory decision making. Highly reputational, non-profit organizations for this award promote patient-centric healthcare to improve the lives of patients and caregivers; partnered with regulators, governments, NGOs and industry to advance patient-centric regulatory decision making; provided education that has raised awareness of the challenges faced by patients and caregivers and have been in the industry for more than three years.

“We are quite pleased to have been bestowed with this important and prestigious award,” states Dr Marco Greco, EPF President. “This achievement is not possible without the tireless work and dedication of our Secretariat and members over the past year.”

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) Awards Program celebrates individuals who have helped establish high standards for the regulatory profession and inspired the community to make extraordinary contributions to the field and to RAPS. The program recognizes leaders and change agents in the community, who support the RAPS organizational mission to develop and sustain a competent global regulatory workforce that drives good regulatory practice. This year’s event will take place live online 13–16 September.

For more detailed information about the awards, visit the RAPS Awards Program page.