Patient Engagement

Tuesday 5 November 2019 Patient Collaboration Uncut British Academy

Tuesday 5th November 2019
11:30 - 17:00

British Academy
10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH


Patient Collaboration Uncut

The PM Society’s Patient Engagement Interest Group are excited to be running another educational event this November. Join us if you would like to hear examples of successful patient collaboration within our healthcare community. We will hear from expert speakers, explore relevant case studies and deliver results from two recent surveys carried out with patients and healthcare professionals across the UK. We would also like you to share your experiences so come prepared to get involved!



Patient Collaboration Uncut: Agenda

Caroline Benson - Co-Founder of Cuttsy+Cuttsy and PM Society PEIG Lead


ABPI Sourcebook: Your questions answered
Jill Pearcy - Director, ABPI Code Engagement Read Bio


Patient engagement: Blazing the trail through uncharted territory
Dr Liz Clark - VP Medical Affairs, Norgine Read Bio




A Practical View: collaboration from a patient perspective
Trishna Bharadia - Health Advocate & Patient Engagement Consultant Read Bio


Breaking boundaries: Shaping a cross-sector collaboration to connect pharma with patients
Dr Lucy Major - Senior Patient Involvement Manager (Read Bio) and Claire Myerson - Cancer Insights Panel Member, Cancer Research UK (Read Bio)


Collaboration in Action: Working with patient organisations in Scleroderma
Annie Gilbert - Global Patient Advocacy Relations Manager, Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH Read Bio


Coffee break


Harnessing Virtual Reality Technology: Empowering patients to make informed choices about their care
Dr Juhi Tandon - Clinical Director, Cognitant Read Bio


Panel Discussion: what are the key ingredients for successful collaboration?
Chaired by Dr Liz Clark and Elly Alywin-Foster


Thank you + Close
Caroline Benson


If you have any questions please contact Helen Eade or to find out more about the Patient Engagement Interest Group visit