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233 public resources (out of 237 resources in total)

The Economist Index of Cancer Preparedness

The Index of Cancer Preparedness (ICP) looks at a wide range of elements that are relevant to cancer control. It presents data on 45 indicators relevant to spec...

The Innovation Imperative: The Future of Drug Development Part I: Research Methods and Findings

The research and development (R&D) pipeline is a significant expense for pharmaceutical companies. Despite the need for more innovation, R&D productivity has st...

The Innovation Imperative: The Future of Drug Development Part II: Barriers, Enablers and Calls to Action

Part II of The Innovation Imperative: The Future of Drug Development is a call to action. Together with the deep and insightful findings presented in Part I, it...

The Multi-Channel Patient Engagement Course - with Vladimir Rogiers & Beverly Smet

Patient Centricity is the next big wave in pharma and cuts across multiple functions. The core value of this course is that it teaches hands-on methodologies th...

The National Health Council: Value Framework Get-Ready Checklist For Patient Organizations

The National Health Council (NHC) has developed the Value Framework Get-Ready Checklist to help guide patient organizations as they prepare to engage with other...

The PAIR program

Despite promising research, there is neither a cure for Parkinson's disease (PD) nor medications that can reverse its course. But there can be. We can make...

The PCORI Engagement Rubric: Promising Practices for Partnering in Research

PURPOSE Engaging patients, caregivers, and other health care stakeholders as partners in planning, conducting, and disseminating research is a promising way...

The PFDD Community Toolbox

Many organizations developed tools and resources for PFDD meetings during their planning process. The PFDD Community Toolbox is a collection of materials that w...

The Path to Patient Centricity: Closing the ‘How’ Gap

The fundamental business model of the pharmaceutical industry has remained relatively unchanged since its early roots in chemistry 150 years ago. It is one base...