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Role IPFA

  • Acts to create bridges and effective liaison between blood/plasma collection centres, plasma suppliers and plasma fractionation centres
     
  • Acts as a focus point for information and contact
     
  • Maintains and develops contacts with non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and competent authorities (EU DG Sanco, EMA, EDQM of the Council of Europe, WHO and US FDA)
     
  • Fosters interactions with patient organisations (eg World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH), International Patient’s Organisation for Primary Immunodeficiency (IPOPI), etc)
     
  • Gives support for education and training programmes to increase Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliance, plasma supply and patient access, particularly in developing countries. This includes support for local programmes to improve policies to establishing the right diagnosis
     
  • Publishes IPFA position statements and publications to support key strategic issues and regulatory developments, relevant to its members
     
  • Organises international scientific workshops and educational seminars