During May, Patient Voice Initiative are  running free webinars for patients, the topics are:


Friday 14 May – Clinical trials and the patient voice
How do clinical trials influence the health treatments we can access and how can the patient voice add value to them? Presenters: Janelle Bowden (AccessCR and Research Gamechangers) and Rare Cancers Australia.


Friday 21 May – Uncertainty and the patient voice
What uncertainties arise from the evidence when valuing medicines (and other health treatments) for reimbursement in Australia and how can the patient voice add value? Presenters: Professor Andrew Wilson (PBAC Chair) and Nicole Millis (Rare Voices Australia, CEO)


Friday 28 May – Health economics and the patient voice
How is health economics used to determine the value of medicines and health care for reimbursement and how can the patient voice add value? Presenters: Dr Richard de Abreu Lourenco (Associate Professor, CHERE, UTS) and Dr Sally Wortley (Consumer Evidence and Engagement Unit, Office of HTA, Dept of Health). Click below to register

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