Umfrage zum neuen Konzept für EUPATI-Fortbildungskurs

08. July 2020

Dear ENP, 


Under an EIT Health project called EUPATI Reload, we are currently designing and developing a new e-learning platform to host the Patient Expert Training Course and enable more patients, patient representatives and other stakeholders to be trained and empowered with reliable information on medicines research and development to engage meaningfully with other stakeholders.

The future EUPATI learning platform will provide free access to all educational resources as well as an opportunity to obtain certifications for a fee on three levels. The lessons will be grouped into modules that do not rely on the completion of other modules to be taken.
- Online certifications on 30 individual lessons
- Online certifications on 6 modules that each cover several lessons
- Certification as EUPATI Fellow which requires online certifications on all modules and 2 face-to-face trainings of 3 days each.

We need you! As part of the future e-learning platform, we would like to hear from you about your expectations, ideas, and suggestionsThis survey will be used to define the learners’ interests, motivations, learning pathways and other essential aspects of the future activity of EUPATI. It should take you less than 15 minutes to complete this survey. Link to survey:


Please share widely! Could you please share this survey and information with your networks (newsletter, social media channels, others) to get as much responses as possible to help us to build a solid and accurate business model? (


The deadline for completion of the survey is 31 July EOB.

The above initiative falls under an EIT Health funded project called EUPATI Reload with European Patients' Forum, Bayer and Biopeople/University of Copenhagen as partners. 

Should you have any questions, brilliant ideas or suggestions, please drop us a line at! Thank you for your collaboration,

EUPATI Reload and EUPATI Team

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