IPHA Conference To Make Big Statement About The Future For Medicines Innovation

More than 300 delegates will gather in Croke Park, Dublin, this month for ‘Innovate for Life’, the IPHA Annual Conference and Dinner which is set to make a big statement about the future for medicines innovation.

The event will draw record numbers across industry, policy, patient advocacy, research and academia for lively discussions on the major themes shaping the biopharmaceutical industry in Ireland and globally.

 

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'Brexit Budget' must not further delay new medicines for patients, says IPHA

As health budget rises by €1bn, an ‘adequate allocation’ for new medicines is vital

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IPHA urges new Trade Commissioner to back IP protection in Europe

The new EU Trade Commissioner, Phil Hogan, has been urged to protect and strengthen biopharmaceutical intellectual property (IP) incentives as part of his growth plans for Europe’s economy.

 

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Major update to Medicines.ie enhances usability and speeds access to vital medicines information

A host of new features and enhancements have been added to the Medicines.ie website and dashboard. Medicines.ie is Ireland's most popular source of accurate and reliable medicines information.

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IPHA Launches Second Wave Of The ‘Innovate For Life’ Digital Campaign

The second wave of ‘Innovate for Life’, a digital-first campaign aimed at telling a value story about the impact of medicines, launched across social media channels this week.

Two more films are now live - ‘Westport’ which tells profiles the community impact of Allergan in County Mayo and the story of psoriasis patient Caroline Irwin whose life has been transformed by new treatments.

 

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IPHA’s ‘Innovate For Life’ Tells Impact And Value Story For Ireland’s Pharmaceutical Innovators

The Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA), which represents the originator pharmaceutical industry, today [Monday] launched ‘Innovate for Life’, a public campaign aimed at telling a value story about the impact of medicines in society.

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Public urged to proactively manage health all year round

The development and adoption of self care in the Irish health system needs to be an all year effort according to the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) and the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA). The two bodies have today launched a new self care awareness campaign, entitled ‘Be Well this Summer – Think Pharmacy’ designed to highlight the benefits to the public of looking after their health during the summer period.

 

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