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Co-Cultures and Value Framing: Know your users
A co-culture is a group whose values, beliefs or behaviors set it apart from the larger culture, which it is a part of and with which it shares many similarities.
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Co-Cultures and Value Framing: Know your users
A co-culture is a group whose values, beliefs or behaviors set it apart from the larger culture, which it is a part of and with which it shares many similarities.
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The Book of Good Practices in Patient Engagement
Case studies from the pharma industry.
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Consumers Don’t Care About Your New Product...Unless It Puts Them In Control
For customers who have a high desire for control in their lives, innovative new products are actually a turn-off.
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The Connection for Patients to mHealth and Modern Patient Empowerment
In recent conversations, mHealth also includes the connected devices that are becoming commonplace in 1 in 5 of American homes and the peripheral devices that manage our climate systems, turn on and off our lights, and open and close our doors.
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The Patient Engagement Quality Guidance
The Patient Engagement Quality Guidance is a practical guide to planning, developing and assessing the quality of patient engagement activities and projects throughout the development and lifecycle of medicines.
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A new era of smart pharma
How smarter pharmaceuticals and pharmacovigilance are transforming healthcare.
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Voice Technology and AI: Powering Patient Experience & Expectations
Digital devices and AI are changing the way that patients search for medical information on the internet.
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Technology and Patient Centric Trials
This articles considers how patient-centricity can be enhanced through the use of technology solutions.
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The Patient Innovation European Tour
The exhibition features projects related to citizens who took action and became scientists, and shows that you don’t have to be in a lab and wearing a white coat to make a difference.
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