PFMD was present at the first ever Patients as Partners (PaP) event to be held in Europe (5-6 February, London). Nicholas Brooke, PFMD CEO and Jan Geissler, Director at EUPATI, talked about the fragmented patient engagement landscape, the journey towards a systematic approach to patient involvement and the Global Landscape Mapping and Networking Tool as a first step in co-creating an implementable meta-framework for patient engagement across the life cycle of medicines.
It’s always really exciting to showcase something new and unique for the first time. So we are really thrilled to be taking the PFMD Global Landscape Mapping and Networking Tool on the road at the first ever Patients as Partners event to be held in Europe.
The Tool is a dynamic user-populated platform that categorizes and ‘maps’ existing initiatives and frameworks to provide snapshot views of the patient engagement landscape through different stakeholder perspectives. PFMD will have a booth at the Patients as Partners conference in London (5-6 February) where attendees can find out more and try out the Tool for themselves. They can explore the 154 initiatives already on the Tool, develop specific reports and more importantly GET ON THE MAP by adding their own patient engagement initiatives. You can follow our activities during the conference here.