International Health Partners' First Ever Sharing Best Practice Workshop With Pharma Reps "Informative" and "Inspiring"
By IHP, Mar 27 2017 01:10PM
International Health Partners’ (IHP) Corporate Partnership Team, were delighted to present their inaugural Sharing Best Practice Workshop on 16th March.
“We were especially pleased that executives from some of our corporate partnerships across Europe were able to attend and bring their questions and experience to the workshop,” said Andy Cain, IHP’s Corporate Partnerships Manager.
The workshop provided a detailed view of IHP’s operations, which included partnerships, logistics, product, language consideration, taxation, NGO programmes and EURMED which is IHP’s bespoke end-to-end trace and trace cloud-based software platform.
Cain continued, “We also benefited from an in-depth first-hand report from Dr Tsitsi Chituku, who had recently taken an Emergency Health Pack (EHP) to Zimbabwe, and a first-hand experiential session on the barriers and solutions to product donations by Mark Repath of Janssen. The workshop was unanimously recommended to peers in the industry, we look forward to sharing details on our second Sharing Best Practice Workshop, to be held in October 2017, which will also include more networking time and hopefully a CSR element.”
Laura French, Supply Chain Analyst at Actavis said, “The workshop and all the presenters were inspiring, I think it will be difficult to improve upon.” Laura French, Supply Chain Analyst, Actavis
“I found it very informative, both about the challenges faced by IHP and as importantly, the challenges likely to be faced by my clients when attempting to do a good thing.” said Mark James, Vice President of Movianto Europe.
Following the exceptionally positive feedback from our first Sharing Best Practice Workshop, we are seeking corporate sponsorship for the 2nd Workshop in October 2017, please contact Andy Cain if you would like to discuss this further (firstname.lastname@example.org 07770 756 158).
Having been able to take the medicines back to Nigeria to give to people that need quality care and medications.
I feel I can share my experience and further encourage the donors to continue to provide these valuable medicines to developing countries
I will be happy to attend the workshop
Dr Olufemi Sanni
Steno Memorial Foundation