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Webinar: Better Healthcare Through Community & Stakeholder Engagement
Conference Board of Canada   24 Apr 2015
Personalized Devices Predict Cancer Drug Response
The Scientist   23 Apr 2015
Smart Government Summit
CanBiotech   17 Apr 2015
Strategic Procurement and Innovation: Opportunities for Improving Canada's Health Care Systems
The Conference Board of Canada   17 Apr 2015
Business Innovation Summit 2015
The Conference Board of Canada   17 Apr 2015
AstraZeneca, PatientsLikeMe to partner on patient data
Becker's Healthcare   15 Apr 2015
Guiding Bayer's Global Innovation Engines To New Heights
Life Science Leader   14 Apr 2015
Big Data World Show 2015
CanBiotech   7 Apr 2015
15 Foundations for Facilitating Creativity in the Workplace
Innovation Management   1 Apr 2015

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Webinar: Better Healthcare Through Community & Stakeholder Engagement

April 30, 2015 – 3:00 pm ET
Your Price: $99!
To take advantage of your special $100 off rate, please contact Joel Elliott at elliott@conferenceboard.ca And don’t forget to include priority code ECCANBIO1!

Event: Strategic Procurement and Innovation: Opportunities for Improving Canada's Health Care Systems
As a valued contact of MaRS Health, we are pleased to share that we have partnered with The Conference Board of Canada to offer you a discounted rate of $495 to attend Strategic Procurement and Innovation: Opportunities for Improving Canada's Health Care Systems

The 2nd Life Science Knowledge Management Summit will provide you with the tools to overcome challenges associated with developing an efficient, compliant and reliable knowledge management system. Experienced thought leaders will speak on how to develop, implement, manage, optimize and make the most out of knowledge management within a life sciences company.

Event: Business Innovation Summit 2015
In partnership with the Conference Board of Canada, CanBiotech would like to invite you to attend the Business Innovation Summit 2015 on April 28-29, 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. As a valued member, we are happy to extend a reduced rate of $795—that's $500 in savings—for you to attend.

Exploring open innovation with a patient focus in drug discovery: an evolving paradigm of patient engagement
It is suggested in this article that patient engagement should occur further upstream during the drug discovery stage. ‘Lead patients’, namely those patients who are proactive with respect to their health, possess knowledge of their disease and resulting symptoms. They are also well informed about the conventional as well as non-conventional treatments for disease management; and so can provide a nuanced perspective to drug design.
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Healthier Mothers, Healthier Children: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
April 2015

A Patient Engagement Framework: Leveraging E-Health Tools
April 2015
HIMSS Patient Engagement Framework
The HIMSS patient engagement framework outlines patient engagement strategies that leverage eHealth tools and resources to transform patients into partners rather than isolated consumers.

Partnering for Health-Patients, Pharma and Clinical Trials

Patients, Prevention and Partnerships
March 2015

New AMA, CDC Initiative Aims to "Prevent Diabetes STAT"
CHICAGO, Thursday, March 12, 11:24 AM
With more than 86 million Americans living with prediabetes and nearly 90 percent of them ...

First independent U.S. psoriasis registry will track drug safety and effectiveness
PORTLAND, Ore., Thursday, February 26, 8:18 AM
People with psoriasis and their health care providers will have the opportunity to participate in...

Health, Prevention and Collaboration
Collaboration between the public health and health-care sectors will enable for the better use of prevention and early detection services. This collaborative approach seeks to build communities that encourage health first rather than disease management only.

Co-Creating with Employees and Patients
March 2015

Empathy, patient-centricity and co-creation are re-shaping both drug development and clinical trials at Roche.
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Klaus Griesar, Merck KGaA: Tips for Breakthrough Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Source: ISPIM, 2014

Open Innovation: Creating a Network of Programs and Tools at Siemens
March 2015

TechnoWeb is an internal social media tool allowing Siemens to network more than 35,000 experts within approximately 1,200 technology-oriented communities. It is an open platform; every Siemens employee can open a new network or join existing ones.

Building the Patient Centric Organization
February 2015

Successfully adopting the patient centric perspective proves to be a challenge for biopharmaceutical organizations.

Patient Centricity: Pfizer's Engagement with Patients
January 2015

To better enable patient engagement across the drug discovery and development value chain, the company has become more systematic, progressing beyond the simple engagement of patients in clinical trials.

Montreal hospital to introduce “quiet time” in maternity ward
The hospital is teaming up with researchers from McGill University to launch the project.

Design for Health
January 2015

Explore principles of design-thinking and patient-centered design, and examine their impact on innovating solutions to healthcare problems.

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