Joint Working

Our strategic focus of specialising in central nervous system (CNS) diseases has allowed us to establish strong links with academics, clinicians and organisations with interests in CNS disorders, such as depression and anxiety, bipolar I disorder, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and alcohol dependence.

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Working with the NHS as partners in Mental Health

Research has been our foundation for more than 50 years and we are known worldwide for our pioneering work. 

We reinvest around 20% of our revenue into research and development of new pharmaceuticals to improve treatment options for the millions of people around the world suffering from neurological diseases.

Lundbeck's mission is to improve the quality of life for people suffering from psychiatric and neurological diseases. 

We believe our complete focus and expertise in this area makes us a potentially important partner in mental health, which is a significant part of the national health agenda. 

Joint Working
Joint Working describes situations where, for the benefit of patients, NHS and industry organisations pool skills, experience and/or resources for the joint development and implementation of patient-centred projects and share a commitment to successful delivery.

This differs from other ways of working via provision of Medical Educational Goods & Services (MEGS) or sponsorship.

At Lundbeck UK, we support the principles of Joint Working as laid out by the Department of Health and ABPI. To view the executive summary of our Joint working projects click on the link below:

 East Surrey Executive Summary

 Kent Executive Summary

Joint Working Agreement Wessex





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