Welcome to the International Experience Exchange with Patient Organisations
#IEEPO 2021 Uniting for Change: Transforming healthcare together.Find out more
You're Invited to the IEEPO 2021 Think Global, Act Local Event!
We are pleased to announce that the second virtual event of this year will take place on Monday 8th November 2021.Learn More
New resources added to the IEEPO LEARN Library !
An impactful library of practical tools, materials and resources across a range of learning topics, to support and upskill patient groups of all sizes and in all geographies.Learn More
Take a look at the Personalised Healthcare Community Hub!
The Personalised Healthcare Hub is a growing collection of educational materials, guidance, and best practice examples, that you can use based on your interests or action areas related to personalised healthcare.Learn More
- IEEPO 2021: Think Global, Act Local event agenda now announced, Monday 8th November. Register now!
- CHANGEmaker video series out now! Visit the CHANGEmaker page to learn more.
- New resources added to the LEARN library are now available! Visit the LEARN Library today.
- Join the IEEPO community! Click Here.
IEEPO Community Survey - Thank you!
We want to take this opportunity to thank you sincerely for sharing your collective voices, insights, and expertise with us through the IEEPO community survey. We look forward to sharing the outputs through the IEEPO Q4 event and the IEEPO MAKE white paper: a tool that can be used locally to create positive change for patient communities across the world.
IEEPO 2021 Think Global, Act Local Event - Monday 8th November
You're Invited to the IEEPO 2021 Q4 Event! Hosted virtually over one day, as a series of short sessions, discussions and workshops we invite you to collaborate on forward thinking approaches to localising global ambitions for the future of healthcare.
The International Experience Exchange with Patient Organisations
Welcome to the International Experience Exchange with Patient Organisations!
The International Experience Exchange with Patient Organisations (IEEPO) today is a global platform of engagement for the patient community and other healthcare stakeholders, to co-create and collaborate, and to be strong partners with an equal voice in the dialogue to transform the future of healthcare together.
IEEPO is a truly patient-led event. It offers a unique opportunity to come together as a community to exchange experiences, find inspiration, and leave with practical, meaningful and actionable ideas to improve the lives of patients and their families. These ideas feed through into an ongoing dialogue amongst the patient community, working to address joint challenges and opportunities and tangibly defining the future of healthcare together.
IEEPO is sponsored by Roche and organised in partnership with global leaders in patient advocacy.
IEEPO has evolved from being a once-a-year event to becoming a continuous series of connections, tools and resources to inspire the patient community across the world and provide ongoing learning opportunities.
The theme for this year's IEEPO is: "Uniting for Change: Transforming healthcare together."
We're excited to present to you IEEPO 2021!!
IEEPO LEARN Library
An impactful library of practical tools, materials and resources across a range of learning topics, to support and upskill patient groups of all sizes and in all geographies.
IEEPO 2021: Changemaker video series out now!
The Changemaker video series puts a spotlight on patient leaders that are transforming healthcare and advocating for meaningful health policy change for their communities.
IEEPO 2021: Domain Overview
IEEPO 2021 will be organised around four key domains of engagement: THINK, LEARN, CHANGE and MAKE. Each domain has a unique focus and provides an opportunity for continued dialogue, co-creation and transformative collaboration.
IEEPO 2021: External Advisory Committee
IEEPO is led by an independent programme Chair and has been co-created with an External Advisory Committee (EAC) comprised of leading patient advocates and community leaders representing a range of disease areas.