This panel discussion will provide insights on the specific challenges with patient engagement in gene therapy and rare diseases. Our panel of expert speakers include leading patient advocates, leaders in rare disease gene therapy and drug development, and experts in market access for patients with rare diseases.
These events are for professionals working across the science and practice in rare diseases and gene therapies and have been organised by the FPM Rare Disease and Gene Therapy Expert group.
Please note: Due to a family bereavement Sue Farrington will no longer be able to make this event. Our thoughts are with her and her family during this time.
10 May 16:00-18:00
Lessons learnt in Gene Therapy & Rare Disease Patient Engagement and Access
12 May 16:30-18:00
*Reduced rates are available for:
People from low and lower-middle income countries
Part-time employed (earning less than £15,000 per year)
People on Parental Leave
People who are Out of Practice & Retired
Dr Sheuli Porkess (Chair) – Welcome.
Panel discussion – Exploring best practise in patient engagement in gene therapy and rare disease development- Dr Arseniy Lavrov, Dr Suyash Prasad, Fleur Chandler, Dr Tony Hall, Dr Tony Lockett.
Summary of the key points and meeting close.
Mapping the PMST curriculum:
- CiP 5 “Identifies, manages and mitigates risk in special populations”
- CiP 11 “remains up to date with research and best practise”
- Market Access, Engagement with Key Stakeholders, Patient Organisations
Day 2 - Speakers and Chair
Dr Sheuli Porkess is Vice-President of FPM, the Director of Actaros Consultancy, an experienced pharmaceutical physician and is the former Director of Research, Medical and Innovation at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. Her career began in clinical medicine in the NHS and includes a number of medical leadership roles in companies.
Sheuli has expertise in policy development within the UK and internationally, is a Fellow of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine in the UK and a Global Fellow in Medicine Development with IFAPP.
FPM will close bookings no later than 13:00 on 12 May 2022
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Joining instructions will be emailed to attendee’s registered e-mail address, with a reminder sent on 12 May 2022.
This event will be held on Zoom.
If you attend this course you can use it as CPD for your appraisal. To do so you’ll need to provide:
- evidence (certificate of attendance), and
- reflection, specifically a couple of paragraphs on what you learnt, what effect it will have on your current practice and how it relates to Good Medical Practice.
Upload these into your portfolio and self-allocate your CPD points at 0.25 credits per 15 mins.
- For cancellations up to 1 week before the start date a full refund will be given.
- For cancellations between 1 week and 1 day before the start date a 50% refund will be given.
- Refunds cannot be given after 13:00 12 May 2022.
- In the event of cancellation by FPM a full refund will be given.
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