Chicago, IL, June 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Registration is open for Q1 Productions’ annual Strengthening Patient Advocacy Relations Conference. The conference will take place for the fourth consecutive year on July 23-24, 2015 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This year, the conference will address evidence-based advocacy and international advocacy relations, among other new topics.
“In our transforming healthcare ecosystem the patient is moving to the center. The advocacy community has long acknowledged the patient’s position at the center of care and has a unique opportunity to help lead this transformation. The work of advocacy is no longer siloed; it is vital that the knowledge and experience is shared and cascaded to our larger healthcare system,” said conference speaker Kristin Keller, Executive Vice President for Discovery USA. For this reason, according to Keller, “Never before has the expertise and agenda of [the Patient Advocacy Conference] been more important!”
This year, the event will feature many networking opportunities. In addition to informal breaks between sessions, there will be small group workshops scheduled that will give the attendees a chance to discuss the topics on the agenda.
For more information on the 4th Annual Strengthening Patient Advocacy Relations Conference, please visit www.q1productions.com/patientadvocacy. You can also follow the conference on social media via Twitter @Q1Productions using #Q1advocacy, and on Linkedin by joining the Patient Advocacy Professionals Across the Life Sciences group.
About the Organizer:
Q1 Productions designs and develops webinars, training courses, conference programs and forums aimed at specifically targeted audiences throughout highly regulated industries in order to provide strategic learning and timely program content. Through a highly structured production process focused on research calls with end-users and key stakeholders in the industry, our team is able to understand the immediate business concerns of today’s leading executives. Whether focusing on new or pending legislative and health policy issues or enhanced technologies or processes that will drive efficiency, our programs provide solutions to the urgent educational and information needs of our attendees.