Socrates once said: “Wisdom begins in wonder”. This is particularly true in health and medical matters. Research and development is essential to the discovery of new treatments and medicines. One area I want to explore, however, is the role of patient involvement in medical services design and implementation.
The European Commission has published its long awaited proposal on the revision of EU comitology rules. But what has prompted the Commission to propose the changes and what impact will they have on EU decision making?
Dieselgate, the controversy surrounding the falsification of emission measurements of diesel vehicles with the use of defeat software, continues to make waves on both sides of the Atlantic.
French MPs have presented two reports on the United Kingdom’s process of withdrawal from the European Union.
The conflict between the perfect and the imperfect is what holds the key to effective communications. The tale that starts with a perfect day on the beach and soon darkens with a shark’s fin cutting through the water is one of the best stories ever told.
The European Commission has outlined its vision for facilitating the transfer of personal data from the EU to other jurisdictions by seeking to agree specific transfer agreements with those countries or even specific industries based there.
After four voting rounds and nearly twelve hours of debates, speeches, and backdoor deals, Italian MEP Antonio Tajani, the European People’s Party candidate, clinched the top position of President of the European Parliament by beating Socialist contender Gianni Pittella.