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Our Purpose

As a business we’re driven by the knowledge that everything we do contributes to better health outcomes, both indirectly - in placing the talent to achieve our clients’ missions - and directly, enabling more informed decision-making through investment in patient-focused initiatives through our Impact Program.
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Purpose

​When we say our work has purpose, we mean it. We’re driven by the knowledge that everything we do contributes to better health outcomes, both indirectly - in placing the talent to achieve our clients’ missions - and directly, enabling more informed decision-making through investment in patient-focussed initiatives.
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Impact Program

Our Impact Program sees us directly investing in patient-focused initiatives. We kickstarted this in 2021 and have made clear that we intend this to be part of our commitment to the sector we operate in moving forwards. The criteria for our projects is that they must fulfil an unmet need, whether that is a shortage of knowledge, data, discussion or practical implementation on important issues within the health or life science sector.

We aren’t a big player when it comes to some of the giant companies operating in the life science space, so are mindful that our support could be a drop in the ocean. But that doesn’t put us off!Our grant criteria are broad, and we’re particularly interested to hear about any areas that are currently underrepresented. Do you have a patient-focused project within your organisation that would provide great benefit to patients but is unable to be commercially funded? If so - we want to hear about it. Let’s talk.

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Past Projects

During 2021 and 2022, we fully funded a project led by Rare Disease Research Partners to dig deeper into the mental health impact of a rare disease diagnosis. The goal was to shine a spotlight on the issues, prompt discussion and create a set of guidelines on the practical ways that all those involved can work together to optimally support those living with a rare disease at the point of diagnosis.

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During 2021 RBW Consulting fully funded a project led by Rare Disease Research Partners to dig deeper into the mental health impact of a rare disease diagnosis. The goal was to shine a spotlight on the issues and prompt discussion on the practical ways that all those involved can work together to optimally support those living with a rare disease.
Click the below link to read more about this project.

Patient impact in 2022:

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Our clients serve diverse patient populations. We’re particularly interested to hear about those which are under represented. Would yours benefit from a research study? If so - we want to hear about it.Let’s talk.