EBC held an exhibition booth at the Congress from 3-5 September, where EBC colleagues were able to meet Congress attendees to introduce the work and activities of EBC. There was excitement over the selfie wall, and many came to pick up the Value of Treatment Policy White Paper and 2016 Annual Report, as well as some fun EBC giveaways.
Furthermore, EBC President Prof. David Nutt introduced the Value of Treatment project through the Lundbeck Institute Campus, which now features the findings of the Alzheimer, Schizophrenia and Parkinson’s working groups. The site, of which the editorial board is chaired by Prof. Nutt, focuses on fostering disease awareness and the impartial provision of clinically relevant information and informed opinion. It has a particular interest in crucial themes such as comorbidities, cognition, treatment resistance, adherence and quality of life — but also neurobiology and neuropharmacology — that extend across therapy areas.
Come and visit EBC colleagues to learn more about EBC, pick up a copy of the Value of Treatment White Paper or EBC Annual Report 2016 at the 2017 ECNP Congress over the next few days, and take some pictures at our #ILoveMyBrain “selfie wall”!
We will be located at Booth 24 in the Paris Palais des Congrès from 3-5 September.
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