Training Devices Increase Patient Engagement and Adherence – Creating Better Outcomes

Across the US, half of all adults live with a chronic disease – and many of them are prescribed a self-injectable therapy to help manage their condition. As the patient population and demand for self-injection treatments continue to grow, so will the number of patients being introduced to self-injection drug delivery devices. This growing [...]

Best Practices and Considerations in Developing Effecting Training Devices for the Pulmonary Healthcare Market

Over the years, many industry stakeholders and pharmaceutical manufacturers have come to realize the importance of patient training and the role it has on promoting healthy outcomes and effective disease management. Read full article >

Improving Patients’ Self-Injection Experience

The rapid advancement of biologic therapies has created numerous opportunities for improving patient self injection. As a result, every year, more patients are being introduced to both established and new devices for home treatment. However, studies have shown some patients find it hard to follow the required steps outlined in instructions for use (IFU) documents [...]

2019-05-10T14:50:10-04:00February 1st, 2019|adherence, OnDrugDelivery, self-injection, training, Training Devices|

Realistic Pulmonary Delivery System Trainers: Benefits For Patients, Physicians and Drug Manufacturers

The use of training devices has been shown to improve correct inhalation device technique in patients. In this article, Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, Noble, discusses the prevalence of improper use and how addressing this issue via training devices is of benefit to manufacturers, healthcare providers and patients. Read full article > [...]

Developing Demonstrators to Increase Patient Confidence and Reduce Anxiety

In this article, Joe Reynolds, Research Manager at Noble, using Noble’s collaboration with BD as an example, discusses the value of demonstrators for making patients comfortable and effective with their prefilled syringe, leading to a significant improvement in treatment adherence and patient quality of life. Read full article >

Device Training and Onboarding Considerations for On-Body Delivery Systems

In this article, Joe Reynolds, Research Manager at Noble, explains how on-body injection devices have arisen from the need to develop viscous, large-volume biopharmaceutical therapies, and how Noble’s on-body training devices can help patients learn how to us their devices correctly, reliably and safely. View full article>

2019-05-10T13:07:08-04:00September 17th, 2018|adherence, Onbody, Onbody trainers, Onbody training, OnDrugDelivery|

Enhancing Adherence to Self-Injection Regimens by Connected Devices

Many patients do not stick to their autoinjector regimens, which can lead to poor health outcomes. As Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President at Noble, explains, there are many reasons why this is the case such as patients forgetting or insufficient communication during the training sessions. To tackle the problem, Noble has recently launched the AdereIT [...]

Autoinjector Trainer Innovations to Enhance the Patient Experience

In an increasingly crowded marketplace, the availability of realistic trainers can serve as a key differentiator that can set a pharmaceutical company ahead of its competitors. Noble has designed an agitator needle simulation tip to replicate the forces and feel of the needles that are used in manual insertion. Joe Reynolds, Research Manager, looks [...]

Realistic Pulmonary Delivery System Trainers: Benefits for Patients, Physicians and Pharma

The use of training devices has been shown to improve correct inhalation device technique in patients. In this article, Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, Noble, discusses the prevalence of improper use and how addressing this issue via training devices is of benefit to manufacturers, healthcare providers and patients. http://www.ondrugdelivery.com/publications/85/Noble.pdf

Developing Effective Training Devices for the Pulmonary Healthcare Market

Pulmonary drug delivery is an effective route of pharmaceutical administration but research has shown that a large majority of patients fail to use their devices properly. To address this problem, training devices can help patients learn how to administer the drugs correctly. Joe Reynolds, research manager at Noble looks at the design challenges that [...]