Working with patients for patients
For us, patient centricity means collaborating across the entire company, from R&D to post-marketing, to identify unmet needs and deliver outcomes that genuinely improve patients’ lives as defined by patients themselves. By putting patients at the center of everything we do, we create support solutions that meet the real needs of patients and can help improve their lives.
At Ipsen, we have started by creating a learning community and embedding patient centricity into all training, development and recruitment, so that our employees feel empowered and understand how to make positive changes. For us, this is a chance to reinforce the value of working together internally and externally and inspire a renewed sense of pride in us all; a sense that what we do really matters to people’s lives. Working with patients, for patients creates solutions that meet real needs and enables us to provide a brighter looking future for all.
Patients are our best teachers and working with Patient Groups is essential to have a deep understanding of what matters most. We are open and transparent about the initiatives we support, the partnerships we’ve made and the Patient Groups with which we collaborate. These collaborations help us understand how we can best provide support along every step of the way.
Living with NETs
- Living with NETs is not something that you have to do alone. There is always help and support available if needed.
- On the Living with NETs website you can find patient support groups and a list of specialist NETs clinics. You can also find answers to questions people diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancers often ask.
- Living with acromegaly is not something that you have to do alone. There is always help and support available if needed.
- On the Acromunity website that we co-developed with patients you can find answers to questions people with acromegaly often ask. You can also find out about patient support groups in your country.
The EverydayWins® website is an initiative sponsored by IPSEN and developed in partnership with patient associations, including Europa Donna. The objective of this initiative is to provide women who suffer from breast cancer with general disease and treatment information, tips and tutorials on how to live with breast cancer.