From delayed reactive medical services to evidence-based Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine.
EPMA goes global in consensus with United Nations
From left to right: President of the European Medical Association (EMA, Brussels), Vincenzo Costigliola, UNO-Vice-Secretary General, Sergej Ordzhonikidze, EPMA-Secretary General, Olga Golubnitschaja
United Nations Office, Geneva, 2010
The EPMA Mission & Objectives in the field of Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine (PPPM) have been introduced to the UNO.
EPMA follows the key goals of the UNO namely
- Quality of healthcare
- International partnerships.
The participants of the meeting agreed that the paradigm change from delayed reactive to Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine can be achieved only by coordinated measures well-focused on solving the accumulating challenges in healthcare sector and associated economic burden that societies worldwide are facing in the early 21st century.
Towards decisions made at this historical even:
- EPMA regularly updates UNOG (United Nations Office in Geneva) with the progress in the field as well as current problems, and optimal solutions elaborated by the experts in 3P medicine.
- EPMA tightly cooperates with the European Medical Association to increase literacy of European medical doctors in innovative medical fields and to realise the proposed paradigm change in daily practice benefitting patients and healthcare around the globe.