To better understand the PERMIT recommendations and facilitate their understanding and implementation, an interactive online training has been developed. This training is designed to address the needs of various stakeholders who contribute to personalised medicine research: researchers from public and private sectors, clinicians, policy makers, regulatory authorities at a national or regional level, students, ethics committee representatives, patient groups, patients and citizens.
The training is available at three different levels of specialization in the domain.
The “PERMIT Overview” series provides a brief overview of the personalised medicine research pipeline. It gives a quick explanation of the methodology that was followed to develop the recommendations, and presents each of the stages of the personalised medicine pipeline, their challenges and how the recommendations can help to strengthen the quality of the research.
The “In-depth” series dives into each of the stages of the personalised medicine research pipeline. For each of the stages the methodology that was followed to develop the recommendations is explained, followed by the gaps and challenges that were identified. The recommendations are then presented in detail and their potential impact is illustrated with examples and use cases. You can choose to delve in depth into one or all of the stages.
The “PERMIT in lay terms” series allows patients and citizens to get familiar with personalised medicine research, its different stages and with the PERMIT project’s recommendations. It presents the “why” behind the PERMIT project, the different stages of the research pipeline, and explains why the recommendations are important and how they can make a difference for patients and citizens.
Register here to follow any or all of the series at your own pace.