RSNN Special Interest Groups

The RSNN organizes Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in specific areas in which enhanced interaction and transparency may help to achieve the overarching goal of the RSNN - to advance an efficient and effective regulatory system that supports medicines development, marketing authorization, access, and appropriate use of medicines. A SIG is a formally defined as a community within a larger organization with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge to affect or to produce solutions within their particular field.

The RSNN aims to improve the regulatory system in specific areas with a need for improved transparency and/or increased multistakeholder interaction. We offer a unique platform for experts in specific topics from industry, academia, government bodies, and the broader regulatory science field, to meet and discuss topics in a safe space, and set the agenda for further research.

The RSNN SIGs contribute to this by utilizing the established network and bundling expertise fragmented within the Netherlands and beyond. With data-driven discussions, the SIGs bring together this expertise and enable deeper insights that identify knowledge gaps and foster multi-stakeholder collaborations.

Currently, the RSNN has established a SIG for: