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Episode 3: The Nurses’ voice on Biosimilar Medicines. An opportunity for integrated care

Conversations on EU Pharma is back with a third episode we will explore the role played by specialised nurses in delivering positive patient outcomes with biologic therapies and the development of integrated care for patients living with Non-Communicable Diseases (NDC), starting with an overview on the impacts of Covid-19 on the nursing community.

If would like to know more about this topic, you can dive into the resources mentioned during this episode:

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Episode 2: On the way to equitable access to medicines in Central and Eastern Europe

The second episode of Conversations on EU Pharma will focus on equitable access to medicines for patients and how the path to timely access to treatment can be challenging. 

With a focus on Central and Eastern Europe and the consequences of the pandemic on healthcare systems, our host and honourable speakers exchange their views on thoughtful policy reforms to ensure equitable access to medicines for all patients across Europe. 

To learn more, consult our report Removing access barriers in Central and Eastern Europe: How can we ensure equitable access to medicines for all European patients? 

Thank you for listening to us. 

Please note that the episode was recorded before the Russia-Ukraine War, which is also impacting many Central and Eastern European countries.  

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Episode 1: Value Added Medicines: a patient-centric approach to healthcare

In our very first episode, we will talk about Value Added Medicines (VAMs) to understand what benefits they can deliver to patients and the whole healthcare community.

If this episode piques your curiosity, visit the VAMs section on our website for more information.

To learn more about the benefits of VAMs for patients with respiratory diseases, check Monica Fletcher‘s publications and take a look at the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research  and at BREATHE – The Health Data Research Hub for Respiratory Health.

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