During these extraordinary times, the most important thing Pharma can do is collaborate cross-functionally and cross-company.… Read More #COVID_19 won’t stop the #collaborating or #crossnetworking – JOIN US for FREE as eyeforpharma Philadelphia goes #Virtual
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Please note that medical information found on this website is designed to support, not to replace the relationship between patient and physician/doctor and the medical advice they may provide.… Read More Freshly updated Selected Newsletters from News Medical
Whether you are curious about essential oils, skeptical about essential oils, or frequently use essential oils, this is the perfect guide to help you get started and teach you about the basics.… Read More How to Get Started with Essential Oils – Pink Fortitude, LLC
This EXCLUSIVE PAPER ‘What Patients Want’ discusses the roundtables / interactive sessions that were designed + led by patients, co-chaired by patients, and moderated by industry facilitators ie patient advocates.… Read More ‘What Patients Want’ Executive Round table Summary – eyeforpharma Patient Summit October 2019
Not everyone with EDS has hypermobility, and not everyone with hypermobility has EDS!… Read More Today is #RareDiseaseDay – Read my Patient Experience: Living with multiple rare diseases | Pharmafile | What’s your #Rare? care to share?
Your Gluten-Free Guide to Victoria, Vancouver Island & the Gulf Islands!
Restaurant Reviews! Celiac News! What to See & Do in Gluten-Free Paradise!… Read More Ellen Bayens | The Celiac Scene e-News – February Edition!
The more I think about it, the fact that data sits in silos and is in different formats is the thing that is preventing true patient centricity, because it’s what stops you determining whether intervention X actually created result Y within the population, and hence reward the right kind of behaviour.’
PAUL SIMMS, CHAIRMAN EYEFORPHARMA… Read More NOT LONG NOW! eyeforpharma Barcelona 2020. Take a look at the agenda! BONUS Q&A re: patient centricity with Paul Simms