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Vital evidence needed to improve outcomes

Richard Armstrong examines how real-world evidence, underpinned by accurate & comprehensive information, would allow healthcare professionals, pharmaceutical & medical device companies to understand, at scale, what works best and for which patients

Thoughtful use of real-world evidence (RWE) has the power to revolutionise patient safety, clinical standards, and drive-up cost efficiencies, which is why it has become a priority for the medical and pharmaceutical profession. 

RWE is the clinical evidence regarding the usage and potential benefits, or risks of a medicine or device derived from the analysis of the data collected on how it’s being used, or is performing, in a large-scale real-world setting. RWE answers the question of how well a medicine or device works in an average clinical or real-world environment.

Leveraging RWE will provide more timely access to broader and richer sets of information, and it’s increasingly being touted and acknowledged as a gamechanger in product research and development.1

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AfPP Annual Conference 2022

University of York
8-11 September 2022

Infection 360: What's trending in infection prevention & control

Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham
27-28 September 2022

IP2022 IS COMING TO BOURNEMOUTH IN OCTOBER 2022

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Future Surgery 2022

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15th - 16th November 2022

Access the latest issue of Clinical Services Journal on your mobile device together with an archive of back issues.

Download the FREE Clinical Services Journal app from your device's App store

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