Drug Donation Interactive Roundtable at the Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum!
Tuesday August 29th, 2017
ExL Events is proud to announce that Elizabeth “EJ” Ashbourne (Executive Director, PQMD) is set to speak and lead an interactive roundtable at the Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum this October 26–27 in Boston. This conference is dedicated to the multi–sector partnerships that combat NTDs and build a community of practice.
“I am participating in this forum because I am passionate about bringing together global health professionals, across the biomedical landscape, to discuss best practices for building programs to combat NTDs. This will be an ideal space to consider the evolution and future of drug donation programs for NTDs,” Ashbourne says.
This 90-minute roundtable will focus on four perspectives of drug donation programs:
- Strategies for quality assurance in drug donation programs
- Drug donations as the first step to sustainable access plans
- The future of partnerships that aid in donation implementation
- Appropriate metrics to measure the effectiveness of donation programs
The Drug Donation Interactive Roundtable is a conversation-style forum dedicated to the future of drug donation programs to combat NTDs. This is the perfect format to stimulate thought-provoking discussions and share essential knowledge between donors, receivers, and implementers.
This session will also be facilitated by:
Interested in sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities at the Tropical Diseases Therapies Development Forum? Reach out to Justin Kreamer, Business Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-932-0429 to learn more.
ExL recently sat down with Bill Lin of Johnson & Johnson and Jodi Allison of Map International to talk about drug donation programs to combat NTDs. Hear what these global health leaders have to say about the future and sustainability of drug donation programs by downloading the podcast right here!
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