21-22 November 2022
In person in Stockholm
The purpose of the joint meeting was to reinforce the collaborative tasks of Programme Managers Committee – Governing Board of the One Health EJP (PMC) and Programme Owners Committee – Line Ministries which co-finance the Action (POC) in building a long-term perspective of the One Health EJP.
The final phase of the One Health EJP focuses on the dissemination and legacy activities of the consortium to publicise the outcomes of the research and integrative efforts, and to facilitate their uptake by other researchers, diagnostic and reference laboratories, risk assessors, risk managers and policy makers. As such, the deliverables of the One Health EJP will be sustained and the One Health EJP will have gained impact at national, European and international levels.
This strategic meeting is part of the process to disseminate One Health EJP outcomes and to leave a valuable legacy. To this end, the One Health EJP Project Management Team (PMT) invited high-level scientific representatives of ECDC, EFSA, EEA, EMA and other EU/International stakeholders including EC DGs Representatives, WHO-EU, FAO and OIE Representatives, to this meeting event and discussed potential common dissemination efforts, uptake of interesting outcomes or continuing certain cross-sector activities.
The joint PMC-POC meeting was held over two half days. On the first day the PMC met to become acquainted with the progress of the One Health EJP, as well as the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda and an introduction to the dissemination and legacy process. On the second day, invited POC and stakeholders joined the PMC: the focus was on specific integrative outcomes of the One Health EJP, and feedback from the OHEJP SimEx run over spring/summer 2022. At the meeting, discussions with stakeholders on potential uptake of outcomes and their expected impact, and possible connections with other initiatives, were held. The social dinner at the evening of the first day, strengthened the bonds between One Health EJP board members, the stakeholders (POC members and EU stakeholders) and the PMT members.
Our thanks to all invited participants for their input to make this meeting in Stockholm so successful.
Read the Latest News Post dated 24th November 2022 that reports on this meeting.