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On 31st January 2020, the UK will almost certainly leave the European Union. During the last four years since the 2016 EU Referendum, crucial implications of the UK’s departure have been identified in a number of areas of public health, such as health research, free movement of healthcare professionals, cross-border healthcare, availability of medicines and the role of regulatory agencies, and health policies and standards, among others.

The webinar, organised by EPHA on 17 December 2019, brought together public health, trade and citizens’ rights experts to discuss what we have learnt so far from the negotiations on the Withdrawal Agreement, and the implications for public health of the new trading relationship between the EU and the UK. Download the event report below for a full overview of the discussions.

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