Christine Marking is the Programme Manager of the Centre for Health, Ethics and Society, a "a joint venture" between the drug and health products company Johnson & Johnson and the the Madariaga European Foundation (MEF), which hosts CHES.  
In 2004 the European Health Forum listed Marking as a "psychologist; specialization clinical and social psychology of ageing; currently active as independent consultant on EU health, social and ageing policy; previous positions: European Commission DG EMPL, Director of Eurolink Age/AGE, Head of Pharma & Health Team with Weber Shandwick Adamson". 
In her presentation at the forum, Marking sought to demonstrate the "policy diversity in relation to health information" in the European Union and to provide an overview of what she dubbed "policy entry points". 
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- Centre for Health, Ethics and Society, "About Us",undated, accessed April 2007.
- Partners: Business", undated, accessed April 2007.
- European Health Forum, "Who is Who: Biographic Information", 2004.
- Christine Marking (Centre of Health and Ethics in Society), "Health information and EU policy developments", Presentation to European Health Forum Gastein, 2004. (This is a Powerpoint presentation).
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