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Kudos Health sponsor the 2019 BHBIA Best Use of Innovation Award 

As a premium healthcare data-collection provider in the market research industry, Kudos Health are proud to sponsor the BOBI ‘Best Use of Innovation’ award. As well as staying ahead in the intelligence stakes, success requires that we pioneer new ways of looking at, responding to and acting on challenges that arise. Companies have to be nimble and innovative to provide clients with the service and results they demand. This creative agility is something we pride ourselves on and are delighted to celebrate in the industry.

BHBIA Awards 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kudos Health are proud to sponsor the BOBI ‘Best Patient-Centric Approach’ award

Kudos Health are proud to sponsor the BOBI ‘Best Patient-Centric Approach’ award

As a premium healthcare data-collection provider, Kudos Health are proud to sponsor the BOBI ‘Best Patient-Centric Approach’ award. Making a real difference to patients’ lives is something we care deeply about, and we know that insightful patient research is reliant on quality data. In the course of our research we excavate the stories that help to drive real understanding and action within the pharma industry. We are excited to help identify issues around needs, usability and effectiveness. It is vital work that helps put patients front and centre of the development of medical treatment and care

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Kudos Health are proud sponsors of rare disease charity Findacure.

 

 

 

Kudos Health are proud sponsors of rare disease charity findacure.

A rare disease is a condition that affects less than 1 in 2,000 people. Because of their rarity, these conditions are often overlooked and underfunded.

Patients can take years to get an accurate diagnosis, and only 400 of the 7,000 rare diseases have a licensed treatment. The multiple stakeholders tend to work in silos and patients can face isolation and related mental health issues.

Findacure is a small, Cambridge-based rare diseases charity. They focus on building the rare diseases community and working with it to drive research and develop treatments.

Findacure projects are split into three main areas:

Patient group training: in rare diseases, most patient groups are “kitchen-table” organisations. Findacure give them the training they need in the form of workshops, webinars, online resources and peer mentoring.

Bringing the community together: Findacure hold an annual conference, networking events and a student essay competition to raise awareness of rare diseases and bring all the multiple stakeholders together.

Drug repurposing: Findacure are working with patient groups and researchers to match existing, off-patent drugs to treat rare diseases. This is much faster, cheaper and safer than novel drug discovery, which is ideal for underfunded rare diseases.  

Findacure’s work mostly takes place in the UK but, as many of the patient groups they support are international ones, it is to the benefit of patients across the world.

Similarly, any research done in their drug repurposing programme is of benefit to people everywhere in the world.

As a charitable organisation, Findacure relies on the generosity of individuals, companies, trusts, and foundations to carry out their projects.

One of the most beneficial ways you can support Findacure is by donating. Having a rare disease can be one of the most isolating, devastating, and painful experiences imaginable. Every penny Findacure raise gives them the power to change that.

Donate to Findacure Foundation

"Supporting Findacure is very important to Kudos Health," said Volker Balk, Head of Kudos Health, " the team is very excited about this and already started to spread the word to clients and participants. We support Findacure with donations and plan to support with facilities and research services."

Libbie Read, Findacure Fundraising & Comms Officer, presenting at Kudos Health

 

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