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Tag: Royal National Institute of Blind People

What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name?

Our parent, PatientView, has listings of around 40,000 contacts in patient organisations for diverse therapy areas across the world. The database is a monster, requiring constant checking, updating and additions. What it brings home is that now, more than ever, patient groups and health charities […]

Improving Accessible Health Information

Improving Accessible Health Information

Accessible Health It’s been quite a week for banging my head against the wall with the challenges of a healthcare system which breaks its own rules and law. Take for example, people with visual health needs.  It started with a man with severe sight impairment […]

Patient Information – Patient Group Provides Leaflet Service

Patient Information – Patient Group Provides Leaflet Service

You open up your medication. You start to read the leaflet. Your eyes glaze over as you squint through folded pages of small, jargon-filled text. Research shows that those who persevere with reading the leaflet can actually become more anxious and less compliant with treatment. […]