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How COVID-19 changes clinical trials – for good

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Pandemic sees clinical trials halted but some go virtual, benefiting patients, writes Danielle Barron With everything else upended by the coronavirus pandemic, it’s no surprise that clinical trials have...
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The Patient Engagement Open Forum 2020

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The third and by far the “biggest” Patient Engagement Open Forum to date kicked off on June  25th with over a 1,000 registered attendees across the whole program. This...
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Nobody has ever regretted patient engagement

David Haerry has been an active patient advocate since 1997. A prominent member of EUPATI, David was also involved in several European and global research networks and research collaborations....
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Promoting the interests of patients in research

The Health Research Authority plays an important role in driving patient engagement in the UK. We asked Jim Elliott, Public Involvement Lead at the Health Research Authority & a...
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Acknowledging the value of patient input

When it comes to ascribing value to patient involvement in the development of innovative medicines and med-tech, different stakeholders may have different perspectives. That was the finding of an...
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5 minutes with… the American Migraine Foundation

As part of our series to help the patient engagement community get to know one another, we spoke to Nim Lalvani, Executive Director of the American Migraine Foundation, about...
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The first step is often the most significant

Dr Paula Wray, senior public involvement manager at NIHR INVOLVE in the UK has spent nine years in public involvement in applied health research. She attends around 25 patient...
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A wonderful reference tool

Mary Alice Dwyer PharmD, is a Principal/Consultant at Medical Innovation and Insights who has spent 28 years in the medicines industry, including four of those involved in all aspects...
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Refreshing to see so many great examples

As a Patient Leader, Consultant and Researcher, Simon Stones attends on average 50 patient engagement events each year. Unsurprisingly, his seven years of experience in the field was invaluable...
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