On Monday both the projects had the opportunity to present the current situation and the future plans during the Education session of the EACPT congress in Athens. For EuroPE+, we showed the background of the project, and the way to go. Moreover, Italian student Pietro Spitaleri Timpone showed the results of the Delphi study on the European List of Essential Medicines for Medical Education. For EurOP2E, we showed the audience how the platform will look like and on which studies it is based on. On top of that, a group of students and young clinical pharmacologists showed multiple teaching projects that will be part of the platform.

The attendees were very enthusiastic, and already more than 10 people indicated that they want to collaborate in the near future!