I would like to work with stakeholders to bring patients closer to research. I wish that all patients could benefit from the knowledge that I am acquiring in this course.
“An involved patient must be an informed patient.”
“I have been provided with tools which give me confidence to assert the patients’ voice. Each process examined highlights how a patient advocate can add value.”
A recording of the EUPATI webinar entitled ‘Creating Trainings with the EUPATI Toolbox’. In the first part of the webinar John Lenehan will present the usage statistics of the EUPATI ToolBox since its launch in January. He will highlight who is using the service , which countries have viewed the most content and what subjects are the most popular. In the second part of the webinar Matthew May will present the newly launched ‘mini-course starter kits’ and what they contain. He will outline how they were created, so that you can create your own training course material from the EUPATI Toolbox.
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With its kick-off event on 5th of September 2012, the European Patients’ Academy on Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) provided an open forum for stakeholders from all over Europe. More than 100 registered participants from 24 countries attended the first public workshop of EUPATI in Frankfurt, demonstrating the broad interest and real need for more patient involvement…Read more
The European Patients’ Academy for Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) took its first steps towards the development of pan-European and national infrastructures with its inaugural regional workshop, held in Frankfurt, Germany, on 5 September 2012. The project, funded by the European Union’s and EFPIA’s Innovative Medicines Initiative and led by patients, was launched in Copenhagen in March…Read more
The second EUPATI webinar will discuss how patients can contribute to the ethical review of trials and products. As a public-private partnership, EUPATI is ideally placed to generate a broader dialogue on the importance of increased patient involvement in this area.
The purpose of this tender is to invite applications to perform the final evaluation of the impact of the EUPATI Project.
The objective of this task is to gather evidence on the impact generated by the project against the objectives and key performance indicators set out in the description of work. This assignment will complement evidence and data collected internally by the project consortium.
It is our pleasure to invite you to our final EUPATI Conference on the 14th of December 2016 entitled “All Aboard to a Better Health Future” timed to coincide with this ceremony.