Blog 53

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We have recently partnered with Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute (PVRI) to create a range of additional digital services for their members. We join PVRI in their efforts to continue work with the scientific community remotely by enhancing their website.

Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute is a global medical charity dedicated to reducing the burden of pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary vascular diseases. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and having to adapt to remote work, PVRI are investing in their digital offering to deliver more value to their members with improved user experience.

We are currently developing the third phase of the PVRI’s digital learning initiative, the ‘Digital Clinic’, where members submit and learn to diagnose and administer therapies using authentic case studies and hold discussions on the latest research. The team are increasing their library of case studies, as well as encouraging digital collaboration across the globe as their members navigate through the new, more remote style of work. PVRI will be able to use these capabilities to increase the value proposition of its membership by increasing both the quality and frequency of interaction and collaboration within its community.

Aaron Shefras, Marketing Manager at PVRI says: “Since the start of the pandemic, we quickly realised that our organisation needed to pivot to a more digitally focused offering. Throughout the pitching process, we were continually impressed by Degree 53 and confident that they were the right partners to help us provide deep value to clinicians across the world, who need our tools now more than ever. Our scientists and clinicians need to share information in a secure way, learn from one another with a state of the art academic tool, and rely on the sense of community that we provide. Degree 53’s team understood this sentiment from the beginning.”

It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to work with such an important charity. I am very excited about this partnership and that our work will play a part in helping the PVRI community carry on sharing their research. It’s been very interesting to see how many businesses adapted to operating online and how important digital services are in our current climate regardless of the industry. I believe creating more ways of engaging with customers or communities remotely will be crucial for the foreseeable future and we can certainly help facilitate that.

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