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Will remote pharma GMP auditing cease after COVID?

The past two years has seen auditing activity move increasingly online and some auditors are now claiming the tools they developed during the pandemic could offer a permanent solution, but deeper analysis shows that not all clients are convinced

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Going for gold

So, you’re considering entering the Patient Partnership Index? Here's our guide to writing a winning entry for the Patient Partnership Index

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That’s democracy

Democratising clinical trials among patient groups must become a pivotal target throughout the healthcare ecosystem

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Data with destiny

How we recognise and respond to disease is evolving – our future is inseparable from it

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The incredible journey

Hayley Scutts reflects on an inspiring and intrepid route to a nursing career – which started as a patient

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Seizing the zeitgeist

Hannah Riley talks about women’s health, the contraception gap and the importance of owning the narrative

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New balance

Levelling up on prescribing, acting on variations in prescribing practice and solving health inequalities have provided the NHS with an era-specific agenda

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Awakenings

Conscious digital transformation across healthcare and the NHS is gradually happening but significant challenges are afoot

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Space invaders

Next-generation cell and gene therapies are spurring demand for manufacturing space in key life sciences clusters

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The rise of patient 2.0

Janssen’s Emily Bone talks about modern patient engagement evolution and why it is the driving force for a brave new era

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Native advertising is exploding across healthcare, have you jumped in?

In the last 2 years, and accelerated by Covid, native advertising has exploded across healthcare for DTC and HCP marketing. Native ads have been adopted by all healthcare industries including pharma, device, health systems, retailers, pharmacies, payers, and the gamut of regional service providers. But there are still a handful of advertiser holdouts, and they are missing out on highly engaged audiences.

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A life in a day

How immersive learning experiences can support and elevate patient-centricity goals in the pharma industry

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Patient Perspectives to Improve Retention with eConsent

Tuesday, 22 February 2022 - 4:00 pm

With Tufts reporting that the average number of patient dropouts for clinical trials remains near 30%, it is clear that there is still much to be done towards improving retention¹.

Andrew Mackinnon, Digital Trial Operations Lead, Medable

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Focusing on Patient-centricity for the Future of Pharma

Wednesday, 21 July 2021 - 2:00 pm

In healthcare, the patient voice is arguably the most important. Services and care work best when a person’s needs are fully met and they feel heard, respected and valued.

Mark Doyle, co-founder of The Method and creator of A Life in a Day

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