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AWMSG Masterclass 2018

The annual AWMSG Masterclass for the pharmaceutical industry will be held on 21 November 2018 in the Cardiff City Stadium. Cost is £150 (£125 plus VAT). The agenda may be found here.

 

AWMSG Masterclass 2017

The annual AWMSG Masterclass for the pharmaceutical industry was held on 22 November 2017 in the Cardiff City Stadium. This annual event serves to promote engagement by the pharmaceutical industry and improve understanding of the appraisal process in Wales.

Please find below links to the programme and individual presentations. Two videos, on Accessing Medicines in Wales and the AWMSG Process for Industry Engagement, were also shown at the Masterclass. For further information please contact AWTTC.

Masterclass 2017 Programme
A word from the AWMSG Chairman - Stuart Linton
A word from the NMG Chairman - Achievements and Challenges - Saad Al Ismail
The appraisal process and recent updates - Tony Williams
Making a good case for cost-effectiveness to NHS Wales - Eifiona Wood
NICE - The Wales link (Patient access schemes) - Carl Boswell
Implications of the New Treatment Fund for AWTTC Part I - Claire Ganderton
Implications of the New Treatment Fund for AWTTC Part II - Richard Boldero


AWMSG Masterclass 2016

The annual AWMSG Masterclass for the pharmaceutical industry was held on 28 November 2016 in the All Nations Centre, Cardiff.

Please find below links to the programme and individual presentations. The patient film can be found here.

Masterclass 2016 Programme
The appraisal process and recent updates - Mrs Karen Samuels
NMG - Challenges & Acheivements - Dr Saad Al Ismail
IPFR-One Wales 2016 - Prof Phil Routledge
Company engagement - Dr Stephanie Francis
Build a submission - Dr David Jarrom
Making a good case for cost effectiveness - Prof Dyfrig Hughes
Budget Impact considerations - Dr Stuart Keeping
Patient Access Scheme Wales - Dr Paul Deslandes
Patient Engagement - Mrs Ruth Lang
Horizon Scanning and Financial Forecasting - Dr Paul Deslandes
A word from the Chairman - Dr Stuart Linton