This Pride Month, Prime Patient takes a close look at the health inequity faced by the transgender community, and what we can do about it.
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A very warm welcome to the latest cohort of our entry-level training programme, IGNITE. This marks the seventh round since the programme’s inception in 2017, and features trainees across our Medical Communications and Evidence, Access, and Patient practice areas.read more >>
This month, the results of the 2021 PatientView corporate reputation survey were released. With insights from 240 US patient groups, a number of key findings were reported; here, we take a closer look.
On May 24th, the Prime Patient team was fortunate to have a spot at 2022’s Patient Centricity and Engagement Conference, hosted in London, England. With a veritable smorgasbord of topics up for discussion, we were spoiled for choice! Here we summarise some highlights from the day, kicking off with tips on strengthening patient advocacy collaboration.
Analysis of the molecular landscape that characterises a patient or disease is an evolving area that is increasingly driving discoveries in healthcare.
Haemophilia is a lifelong genetic disorder characterised by excessive bleeding.(1) Despite the existence of treatments for haemophilia, the condition continues to have major impacts on quality of life, for example in the areas of pain (acute and chronic), joint mobility, and physical function.(1) To mark World Haemophilia Day on 17 April, Prime Patient partnered with sister agency HCD Economics, a consultancy specialising in haemophilia patient research, and haemophilia advocate Laurence Woollard to better understand the existing relationship between patients and industry and how meaningful improvements can be made to the lives of people living with haemophilia (PwH).
Patient advocacy and engagement are important no matter the disease area, whether it’s a common condition or one that few have heard of. Following the recent celebration of Rare Disease Day, let’s take a closer look at patient engagement in rare mutation cancers.
In the spirit of Rare Disease Day, which was celebrated on 28 February, we’re looking at the importance of patient engagement in lysosomal storage disorders (LSDs).