Patient Onboarding

Simulating Self-Injection Through Training Improves Patient Onboarding

By ThriveAdmin | May 2, 2017
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    Although there are many positive changes impacting self-injecting patients, there are also some challenges patients and other stakeholders face, including training decay from lengthy gaps between self-administration, forgetfulness… Read More »

Noble Announces Smart Injection Pad Training System, to Help Patients Better Understand How to Use Auto Injectors

By ThriveAdmin | January 11, 2017
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Noble®, the biopharma onboarding and device training leader, today announces its new Smart Injection Pad, engineered with the latest in multisensory and error correcting technologies. A recent study from the… Read More »

Can Packaging Help Patients Learn?

By ThriveAdmin | June 1, 2016
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JOE REYNOLDS DESCRIBES HOW DEVICE TRAINER PACKAGING CAN ASSIST IN PATIENT ONBOARDING AND ADHERENCE As research manager in Noble’s design and engineering department, Reynolds helps drug and medical device manufacturers… Read More »

Noble Company Profile

By ThriveAdmin | April 15, 2016
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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… Read More »

Is Better Patient Training the Answer to Improved Treatment Outcomes?

By ThriveAdmin | February 1, 2016
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As patients are increasingly being prescribed complex drug therapies via self-administered drug delivery devices, compliance and usage challenges can occur. Is better patient training the answer to improved treatment management?… Read More »

Patient Preference in Respiratory Device Training & Educational Tools

By ThriveAdmin | November 25, 2015
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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… Read More »