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 [...]

Developing Demonstrators to Increase Patient Confidence & Reduce Anxiety

Using Noble’s recent partnership with BD to develop trainers for BD’s UltraSafe™ needle safety technology as an example, Joe Reynolds, Research Manager, Noble, discusses the importance of training devices for the successful onboarding of patients beginning to use self-injected therapeutics, and how Noble’s training devices are designed to be faithful to the look and [...]

Prefilled Syringe Device Training: Novel Approaches & Technologies to Increase Patient Confidence & Decrease Anxiety

Noble's Research Manager outlines some of the fundamental principles and benefits of training devices in the context of prefilled syringes and highlights some specific training device technologies including novel needle simulators and angle aids.

Autoinjectors: Creating a Device-Comparable Trainer to Address Industry Challenges

Autoinjectors have become the main drug delivery devices of choice due to their ability to simplify the number of steps required for injection. However, many patients make mistakes using the devices such as not holding the device correctly or not keeping it in place for long enough. Mike Siemer, Director of Design and Engineering [...]

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Noble Company Profile

Noble®, the leader in onboarding and device training, is a full-service, patient-centred product development and manufacturing company. Noble works closely with the world’s leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to develop educational and training solutions designed to provide positive patient onboarding experiences, reduce errors and improve patient outcomes. Cross-disciplinary designers and engineers provide fully customised [...]

Patient Preference in Respiratory Device Training & Educational Tools

Here, Paul Sullivan, Associate Director, Business Development, and Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, both of Noble, provide data from recent patient studies to emphasise the importance of training devices in improving adherence to, and compliance with, inhaled therapeutics. 

Multisensory Training and Smart Devices for Improving Pulmonary Drug Delivery

In this article, Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, Noble, highlights the importance of device training in the effective treatment of diseases for which inhaler-delivered therapeutics are prescribed. He outlines recent advances in training techniques and the emergence of smart devices with training and error reporting functionality built in.