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Patient Recruitment For Clinical Trials Using Facebook Advertising

Is Facebook the most effective means of reaching a wide audience when it comes to patient recruitment strategy? Ross Jackson, VP Patient Recruitment Services, shares his thoughts with The Huxley Morton podcast in a new video. He is, literally, the man who wrote the book on patient recruitment for clinical trials using Facebook ads! Listen to the podcast below.

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Patient Engagement – An Adjuvant Therapy With Demonstrable ROI

Emma Sutcliffe, SVP,  Patient Insight and Solutions gives an overview of patient engagement, benefits of investing in patient engagement programmes and why elevating patient engagement should be an essential business spend for patient safety, support and societal gain.

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The Digital Payer: Fact or Fiction?

Our experts, Sue O’Leary, Senior Vice President Prime Access, Jenny Blackham, Vice President Client Partnerships and Head of Digital Solutions Michelle Collins recently led a webinar with the team at NetworkPharma and MedComms Networking. Discussing ‘the digital payer – fact or fiction?’ the webinar was a brilliant platform to discuss perspectives and share ideas about about evolving payer communications in the changing digital landscape.

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Health literacy in action

The World Health Organisation defines health literacy as ‘the personal characteristics and social resources needed for individuals and communities to access, understand, appraise and use information and services to make decisions about health.’1 Where levels of health literacy are high, people are able to play an active role in improving and maintaining their own health, engage successfully with community action for health, and push governments to meet their responsibilities in addressing health and health equity.2

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Patient Engagement Day 2021: the highlights!

On Wednesday 1st September 2021, we launched the first-ever annual Patient Engagement Day – and what a day it was! Olivia Kersey, Patient Strategist, takes a look at some of the highlights.

Starting as a spontaneous brainwave from Emma Sutcliffe, our SVP, Patient Insights and Solutions, Patient Engagement Day 2021 involved a webinar with top industry thought leaders, video collaboration with three of our Patient Partners, a Twitter campaign, case study sharing, and the development of a toolkit to help other organisations to get involved. And that was just for the launch!

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What next for Plain Language Summaries?

Plain language summaries, or PLS, are a concept that has indelibly changed our world of medical publications, likely forever. And yet, we still seem a world away from having PLS integrated fully and consistently into publications practices. In fact, it has taken several years of head-scratching to even align on a definition for PLS for publications, versus patient lay summaries of clinical trials, layperson summaries, and so on.

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Amplifying the Patient Voice in Healthcare Webinar

View the on-demand recording of our Patient Engagement Day webinar on ‘Amplifying the Patient Voice in Healthcare’. Emma Sutcliffe and panellists, Shona Davies and Laura McKeaveney discuss what it really takes to amplify the patient voice in healthcare.

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The WHO Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030: Implications for Patient Engagement in Pharma

The WHO Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030 is a key document that outlines the changes and aspirations that the WHO has for the next decade around protection and wellbeing of patients. The plan, produced on 3 August 2021, aims to educate various stakeholders (NHS, HCPs, pharma and patient groups) about current issues surrounding patient safety and outline their proposed solutions1. The main goal over the next 10 years is a ‘zero harm philosophy’1. This means that although it’s impossible to totally wipe out errors in patient safety, the goal is to work towards being as close to zero harm as possible. But why are we telling you about it now? Because it’s World Patient Safety Day!

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Prime GlobalThe WHO Global Patient Safety Action Plan 2021-2030: Implications for Patient Engagement in Pharma
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Overcoming the challenges of gene therapy

Once considered science fiction, a number of different gene therapy approaches are now being adopted in clinical practice to target a range of diseases. Our Prime Omics team discuss ‘overcoming the challenges of gene therapy’ in their whitepaper. Read the full piece below.
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