An interactive toolkit for Joint Working between the NHS and the pharmaceutical industry, developed jointly by the Department of Health and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI).
There are a number of resources that provide guidance on how to work in partnership with the pharmaceutical industry. Please click on the links below to access a selection of useful websites, templates and documents.
A toolkit, jointly developed by the Department of Health and the ABPI, to enable NHS organisations and the pharmaceutical industry to work together in the interests of patients.
Best practice guidance written by the Dept. of Health Medicines, Policy and Industry group on Joint Working between the NHS, pharmaceutical industry and other relevant commercial organisations.
Partners in Delivery lists various models of partnership working and provides details of a number of the partnership projects in COPD and Asthma.
Pharmaceutical Industry Code of Practice with information on Joint Working, Medical and Educational Goods and Services (MEGS) and Sponsorship.
Guidance to support appropriate Joint Working, which extends beyond the ABPI Code.
A step by step guide to support both NHS and pharmaceutical industry partners in Joint Working.
Guidance to establish a common understanding on Joint Working by highlighting examples of good practice and a model Joint Working framework that will help ensure responsibility, transparency developed by NHS Scotland.
Guidance for Partnership Working Between NHS Organisations, Primary Care Contractors, the Pharmaceutical Industry and Allied Commercial Sector in Wales developed by All Wales Medicines Strategy Group (AWMSG).
This document provides a snapshot of the wide variety of innovation, activities and system-wide partnerships across the NHS to support the delivery of the NHS Five Year Forward View.
A paper written by Primary Care Commissioning (PCC) providing recommendations for government, industry and NHS organisations interested in improving the uptake and effectiveness of Joint Working.
An article from the PM Society on Joint Working.
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For further information or to discuss a potential collaboration please email Government-NHS-Relations@astrazeneca.com
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VVPM ID: GB-14982 Date of Prep: December 2018