Date : 29/07/2020 – Source : Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle (OMPI) – Lien
On 29 July, the Directors-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) presented a new edition of the Trilateral Study on Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation. Building on the first edition launched in 2013, the publication seeks to strengthen the understanding of the interplay between the distinct policy domains of health, trade and intellectual property (IP), and how they affect innovation and access to medical technologies, such as medicines, vaccines and medical devices. The second edition provides an improved, evidence-based foundation for policy debate and informed decision-making at a critical time for global health. […]
The second edition of the study “Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation – Intersections between Public Health, Intellectual Property and Trade” can be downloaded on the WIPO website.