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Patient Advocates: Expanding Their Role in Conducting Successful Clinical Trials
January 28, 2015
Patient advocacy organizations have grown over the past 25 years in affecting legislative and policy issues to fight for the patient voice and rights across numerous therapeutic areas.
Patient advocates have earned respect for their work in lobbying for legislation that ensures high-quality patient care, for raising millions of dollars for research, and for increasing awareness of clinical trials. Many advocates now have a “seat at the table” for discussions and decision-making in their healthcare communities, the FDA, leading associations and more.
We are so pleased to bring the Patients as Partners in Clinical Research conference taking place March 16-17 in Philadelphia. We bring together patient advocates together with pharma, FDA, PCORI, academia and more to address ideas and solutions for the following:
- – Understanding and incorporating the patient’s voice in designing clinical trials / developing a clinical endpoint
- – Vastly improving the patient’s entire experience in a clinical trial
Our keynotes include Drs Anne Beal, Chief Patient Officer, Sanofi, Lode Dewulf, VP, Patient Affairs Officer at UCB and Roslyn Schneider, Global Patient Affairs Lead at Pfizer. For more information on seeing the work patient advocates are doing to make a difference in driving successful clinical research, click here.