Scope


The work packages work towards the objectives and perform the activities leading to the products specified in the respective Special Agreements with ECDC as the project runs. The work package leaders are responsible for coordination of work within each work packages and for the timely delivery of products according to the Special Agreements with ECDC as part of the Framework Agreement.

Wor Package 1. Scientific Coordination and Project Management

The main objective of this work package is the overall scientific coordination and project management. It maximaizes scientific focus and productivity and promotes capacity building and transparent communication within and from the Consortium. It ensures that all actions are performed correctly and within the rules and regulations established in the Contracts and agreements and strives to achieve optimal synergy and cooperation.

Name
Institution
Country
Jan Bonhoeffer
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Daniel Weibel
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Benus Becker
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Norbert Sommerfeld
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Sabine Faisst
Brighton Collaboration
Switzeralnd

Work Package 2: Self Assesment Tool

The main objective of this work package is to engage in guidance of European Members States in evaluation of AEFI reporting systems based on a self assessment tool. This tool may serve as an instrument for assessing current surveillance systems as well as for guiding the establishment of new systems in European Member States

Name
Institution
Country
Tuija Leino
National Institute of Health and Welfare
Finland
Giuseppe Tridente
Green Channel Reference Centre
Italy
Brigitte Keller-Stanislawski
Paul Ehrlich Institute
Germany
Hester de Melker
National Institute of Health
Netherlands
Harald Heijbel
Swedish Institute of Infectious Diseases
Sweden

Work Package 3: Methods and Standards

The main objective of this work package is to engage in guidance of European Members States in establishing a methodological fremework, conducting proof of principle studies and evaluating opportunities and challenges of concerted collection, sharing, analysis and presentation of vaccine safety data derived from national and regional large linked data bases.

Name

Institution

Country

Brigitte Keller Stanislawski

Paul Ehrlich Institute

Germany

Anders Hviid

Statens Serum Institut

Denmark

Jukka Jokinen

National Institute of Health and Welfare

Finland

Silvana Romio

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam

Netherlands

Miriam Sturkenboom

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam

Netherlands

Jeanne Dielemann

Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam

Netherlands

Piotr Kramarz

European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control

Sweden

Kari Johansen

European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control

Sweden

Jan Bonhoeffer

Brighton Collaboration

Switzerland

Daniel Weibel

Brighton Collaboration

Switzerland

Nick Andrews

Health Protection Agency

United Kingdom

Work Package 4: European Vaccine Safety Data Link

The main objective of this work package is to engage European Member States in conducting epidemiologic studies relavent to the safety of vaccines based on linking large health care databases. The emphasis is to establish the necessary infrastructure and to conduct vaccine safety studies benefitting from European collaboration and of high public health importance to Member States.

Name
Institution
Country
Miriam Sturkenboom
Erasmus medical center
Netherlands
Anders Hviid
Stantens Serum Institut
Denmark
Ditte Mölgaard-Nielsen
Stantens Serum Institut
Denmark
Henrik Svanström
Stantens Serum Institut
Denmark
Hanna Nohynek
National Institute of Health and Welfare
Finland
Jukka Jokinen
National Institute of Health and Welfare
Finland
Terhi Kilpi
National Institute of Health and Welfare
Finland
Anne Castot
French Medicines Agency (AFSSAPS)
France
Christel Saussier
French Medicines Agency (AFSSAPS)
France
Yves Dauvilliers
University Hospital Montpellier
France
Dirk Menzer
Paul Ehrlich Institute
Germany
Geert Mayer
Hephata Clinic
Germany
Keller Stanislawski Brigitte
Paul Ehrlich Institute
Germany
Carmela Santuccio
Italian Medicines Agency( AIFA)
Italy
Franceso Trotta
Italian Medicines Agency( AIFA)
Italy
Ann Vanrolleghem
Erasmus Medical Center
Netherlands
Jeanne Dieleman
Erasmus Medical Center
Netherlands
Martijn Schuemie
Erasmus medical center
Netherlands
Mees Mosseveld
Erasmus medical center
Netherlands
Silvana Romio
Erasmus Medical Center
Netherlands
Hester de Melker
National Institute of Health
Netherlands
Nicoline van der Maas
National Institute of Health
Netherlands
Jann Storsaeter
Norwegian Institute of Health
Norway
Harald Heijbel
Swedish Institute of Infectious Diseases
Sweden
Kari Johansen
European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control
Sweden
Piotr Kramarz
European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control
Sweden
Lisen Arnheim Dahlström
Karolinska Institute
Sweden
Par Sparen
Karolinska Institute
Sweden
Jan Bonhoeffer
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Daniel Weibel
Brighton Collaboration
Switzerland
Corinne de Vries
University of Bath
United Kingdom
Cormac Sammon
University of Bath
United Kingdom
Nick Andrews
Health Protection Agency
United Kingdom