The EUPATI Academy is the only in-depth training program for patient experts so far in EU that lasts 14months.
It includes an on online training program supported with two weeks of F2F training. The Academy is still operated by EPF, providing high quality training in drug development to patient from EMEA.
The purposes of Undiagnosed Diseases Programs (UDPs) are to provide patients with an unknown genetic condition a diagnosis and to find the correlation between genotype and phenotype; to share globally the information to facilitate the diagnosis through a matchmaking for finding possible second casesView this resource Bookmark this resource
The purpose of NBS is to detect potentially fatal or disabling conditions in newborns as early as possible and possibly before onset of symptoms. Such detection allows the early treatment which may significantly modify the natural history of the disease and potentially prevent developmental delays, physical disabilities and eventually death.View this resource Bookmark this resource
Once the pre-application form has been accepted, the applicant will be asked to submit a more detailed application form. This will ensure that the review panel will have sufficient information to be able to comprehensively review the application for advice. Depending on the disease area, the core committee should agree consensus on the questions to be included as part of an ACT application form.
This report to the applicant template can be used in conjunction with the ACT toolkit. For further information, please see the ACT toolkit.View this resource Bookmark this resource
The Patient Engagement Resource center is an easy to navigate platform to help researchers get started with patient engagement in research. This toolbox provides helpful resources to help researchers understand the basics of patient engagement, and guide them through the different phases of patient engagement, from planning to conducting and evaluating.View this resource Bookmark this resource