Our site is currently old and sporting some posts that need attention. We need to get rid of dead links and update everything. Redevelopment and rebranding is essential to us moving forwards.
Taryn is delivering the Ataxia UKs medical guidelines to her GP in Sunderland for the campaign. Educating doctors is important to help this rare condition, ataxia, get recognised. Knowing about the disease can help people with symptoms to get noticed sooner… and diagnosed quicker.
RAREsummit is more than an event – it’s where the magic happens. A powerful movement for change that provides the right ingredients and ecosystem for a better future, where productive collaborations are nurtured and flourish for real patient impact.
The word ‘ataxia’ comes from the Greek ‘a taxis’, which means ‘without order’.
Our mission is to bring back some of the order to the lack of order
It is the term used for a group of neurodegenerative diseases that affect balance and coordination.
Patient Week convenes healthcare professionals, researchers, industry, payers and patients/patient advocates in a unique setting which puts the patient front and centre of the discussions. This time around there will be panels sessions, roundtables, 1-2-1 networking and group networking sessions.
Bringing a varied selection of health news, medical news, pharma news, research news to you in relation to many aspects within the healthcare, medical healthcare & pharmaceutical landscapes.
It is a great pleasure to let you know that I’m going to be co-hosting a roundtable with Dr. Oleksandr Gorbenko at Reuters Events Clinical 2021, 7-9 April. We’re excited to be speaking on the implementation of patient engagement in post-pandemic early phase R&D at Clinical 2021. The premise for this roundtable has come from […]
The Coronavirus Pandemic has got us all considering how to navigate clinical trials and what are the best approaches for patient recruitment and retention. It is my belief that implementing patient engagement from the onset of the trial during trial design could be the beneficial answer.
Many rare disease communities are very small which makes it hard to raise awareness by themselves, so through joining forces during this week their voices are strengthened in numbers and become one giant ‘united voice’ for rare disease awareness.
Okay, let’s get on with it! The following information is to help give you reasons for why you should endorse Carole for #WEGOHealthAwards