Learn more about medicines research and development by attending a EUPATI workshop If you are interested in how medicines are developed and how you can help to shape future medicines research, then this training opportunity might be for you. EUPATI UK (European Patients’ Academy) is hosting three separate workshops in London, Glasgow and Leeds to introduce and explore…Read More
EUPATI fellow Carole Hagan and GSK ENP member Kay Warner, led EUPATI UK’s three workshops during October and November. Held at EUPATI UK’s three member organisations: GSK London; University of Leeds and Health and Social Care Alliance, Glasgow; these workshops were designed to give a basic introduction to the EUPATI toolbox, which contains all the…Read More
Join us for one of our autumn workshops! What is EUPATI The European Patients’ Academy (EUPATI) is a pan-European project implemented as a public-private partnership by a collaborative multi-stakeholder consortium from the pharmaceutical industry, academia, not-for-profit and patient organisations. The Academy was started, developed and implemented as a flagship project of the Innovative Medicines Initiative…Read More
Great day networking and showcasing EUPATI UK work and legacy film at the launch of the International Centre for Integrated Care at the Paisley Campus of University of West of Scotland on 19 May 2017. More info can be found below: https://integratedcarefoundation.org/ Incase we missed you check out the film below or contact the team…Read More
The guidance documents of #EUPATI on the interaction of patient organisations and other stakeholders in the medicines development process has been one of the key outcomes of the original EUPATI project under Innovative Medicines Initiative. Developed as a consensus of a rigorous team composed of all stakeholders (academia, regulators, patient organisations, industry), these guidance documents…Read More
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