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Nordic Medicines Sustainability Forum

17.1.2023 09:30


How does the pharmaceutical sector respond to the challenges posed by the environmental impact of medicines? What issues need to be considered at different stages of a medicine's life cycle? What solutions are available now and in the future? 

Nordic Medicines Sustainability Forum was rescheduled from 26.10.2022 to 17.1.2023.

The Nordic Medicines Sustainability Forum 2022 webinar gathers the Nordic pharmaceutical industry to discuss current sustainability topics and the environmental impacts of medicines. Speakers are leading experts in the field from the Nordic countries, and the program is created together with industry experts and based on participant feedback from previous event.

Target groups

The event is for all pharmaceutical and healthcare actors, hospital pharmacies and their stakeholders affected by environmental responsibility: 

  • Quality and regulatory affairs
  • Market access, pricing and reimbursement, tenders 
  • Product managers 
  • Sustainability managers and specialists
  • Distribution and manufacturing 
  • Sales and marketing
  • Universities
  • Authorities
  • Specialists interested in medicines sustainability and environmental issues


Get a closer look for the webinar and speakers from the Program tab. The event is arranged as a live webinar.

You'll be able to ask questions from the speakers. You will also receive a recording of the webinar, which will be available for one month. 

Sometimes things change. Pharmaceutical Information Center reserves the right for changes in this event program. Please read the changes and cancellations policy before registering to the event on the website at: Instructions for participants. 


Please check the change and cancellation conditions before registering: Instructions for participants. Also check frequently asked questions: FAQ.

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Ota yhteyttä

Ulla Partanen

Ulla Partanen
Head of Learning Services