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1 16/06/2004 EuroPa Plenary Meeting -Paris -

2 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Agenda EuroPa Plenary Meeting, Paris 9:00 - 9:15Meeting objectives / project status (W. Oertel) 9:15 - 9:30Technological Implementation Plan (R. Wick) :00Discussion of EuroPas future (W. Oertel) 10: :15COFFEE BREAK Deliverables, results and their exploitation of 11:00 Work Package 3 – Patient registry (W. Poewe) Deliverables, results and their exploitation of 11:30 Work Package 4 – CREO (O. Rascol) 12:00Work Package 5 – Health economics study (R. Dodel)

3 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Agenda EuroPa Plenary Meeting, Paris 12:30 – 13:15LUNCH BREAK 13:15 Work Package 2 – Data management (M. Stoll) 13:35Work Package 1 – Network management (R. Wick) 13:50Discussion of the EuroPa Publication Policy (W. Oertel) 14:15Work Package 6 – Fundraising (E. Tolosa) 14:45Summary of project results and their further use (W. Oertel)

4 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Meeting Objectives Agreement on the project results and achievements and how they could be further used (in preparation of the TIP) Discussion of remaining deliverables required in order to secure final payments We should in particular discuss: Analysis of the patient registry data Protocol, preparation and conduct of the epidemiological study Status of the EuroPa health economics study (WP 5) EuroPa publication policy Further use and development of the patient registry Continuation of the EuroPa network and its further funding

5 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Project status Patient registry with about entries Clinical Research Executive Organization defined and working (CREO) Protocol of the epidemiological study Health economics study is ongoing Funding period ends in less than 3 months (extension by 2 months possible)

6 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Remaining deliverables Final reports (for each WP and the entire project) Technological Implementation Plan Constitution & Bylaws and Publication Policy Manual describing procedures necessary for conducting a RCT Study protocol of the example RCT Electronic case report form of the RCT Report of cost-of-care analysis Model of the health care utilization in the course of PD Sustainable funding strategy for EuroPa

7 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Remaining Milestones Establishment of EuroPa as an independent and fully functioning organization (month 36) Inclusion of 4000 patients (month 36) – (currently approx. 1700) Designed RCT (month 30) Prepared application for external funding (month 36) Statement cost of care and quality of life of PD patients in Europe (month 24) Decision analytic model to assist health care decisions for PD (month 36) Completion of the funding survey (month 30) Presentation and commencement of implementation of a business plan for EuroPa (month 33)

8 EuroPa Plenary Meeting Paris Future Main project objective: Establishment of an infrastructure for an independent European network for clinical research on Parkinsons disease Main question: Is this objective still feasible and desired and how could we proceed?


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