The European Medicines Agency (EMA) published an interactive timeline describing the journey of a medicine authorised by EMA through the EU centralised procedure.

This tool allows the user to explore the EMA procedures from the initial research to the authorisation, and the patient access to medicines across the EU.

Moreover, it explains in particular how EMA supports medicine development by providing scientific advice, how it assesses a medicine’s benefits and risks and then continues monitoring its effects when it is used by patients after the authorisation.

All the steps involved in these processes, include the involvement of patients, healthcare professionals and other external experts.

Visit the EMA website to navigate into the timeline, watch here the explanatory video and share the booklet to improve understanding of how EMA works!

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