Tim Windle

Prostate Cancer UK

Tim Windle is the Policy Manager at Prostate Cancer UK where he has led the charity’s work on access to treatments for the past two and half years. He has been a member of NHSE England’s Chemotherapy Clinical Reference Group which oversees the commissioning of cancer medicines in the NHS. He is also part of a number of charity groups including the Charity Medicines Access Coalition and Access to Cancer Medicines Coalition. He previously worked at The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, the trade body for branded pharmaceutical companies in the UK.

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Why research isn’t enough for patient access: the technology appraisal process

This session will explore what happens after research publishes and a medicine is licensed. It will seek to highlight some of the challenges and difficulties which mean it can be years before patients are able to access treatments outside private care. It will focus on a particular case study in England and consider what this might mean for translating the future research pipeline into practice.

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