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NRI 2016: Moving further with medical tailoring

”Moving further with medical tailoring” is the title of this year’s NRI-Conference. The conference aims to provide a platform for the discussion of new ideas as well as to contribute to a stronger cooperation among healthcare professionals in the Nordic region.

The conference’s speakers are armed with expertise that will provide perspectives to important topics such as:

  • Personalized Medicine – a true paradigm shift?
  • Antimicrobial resistance – are we responding too late?
  • The innovative and Socio-economic impact of mHealth

Keiji Fukuda, Special Representative for Antimicrobial Resistance in WHO, is among the international key speakers. Dr Fukuda has helped shape the global approach to pandemic preparedness, managed the response to the influenza H1N1 pandemic, strengthened surveillance, and played an instrumental role in facilitating inter-governmental discussions over the sharing of influenza viruses and related benefits. At the NRI-Conference he will speak about the 2016 knowledge of antibiotics, and perspectives ahead.

Bent Høie, The Norwegian Minister of Health and Care, will greet the delegates on the opening day of the conference.

Anders Haugland, Managing director of Bergen Teknologioverføring, is also among the speakers at this year’s conference and will speak about the role and value of the Technology Transfer System.

The 11th NRI-Conference takes place at Radisson Blu Airport Hotel, Oslo Gardermoen, 09. – 10. May 2016. You can find the full program and register here.

The NRI-Conference is established in order to provide a Nordic platform for discussing new ideas and contribute to a stronger cooperation among professionals in the healthcare industry in the Nordic region.

Over the last ten years’ discussions have included a great variety of interesting topics and the number of delegates has increased every year. The NRI-Conference has developed into a central meeting place for healthcare professionals in the Nordic countries.