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Involving Users in Developing Health Information

We are pleased to inform you of our involvement in the upcoming Patient Information Forum (PIF) event on ‘Involving Users in Developing Health Information’, which will take place on Wednesday 17th May 2017 in London. The event offers health information professionals the chance to network with other delegates whilst providing practical case studies and learning opportunities. […]

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Luto newsletter – How clear is your health information?

Luto now provides an even stronger service offering so we’ve put together our first newsletter as a way to tell people about our latest developments. In this first edition, we include a case study on our project with Macmillan Cancer Support, to review and refine the charity’s cancer information booklets. We also welcome Steven our new […]

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‘It’s all there in black and white’ – or is it? Improving medicines labelling

Research on the labelling of over-the-counter medicines has been published in the international journal ‘Health Expectations’ with the support of Luto. This is the work of PhD candidate Vivien Tong from the University of Sydney – with one of the co-authors being Professor Theo Raynor, co-founder and academic advisor to Luto. The paper described preliminary […]

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Increasing use of QR codes for medicine information

As smartphone use continues to increase, access to the internet via a mobile device has overtaken that of desktop PC’s. This means that QR codes now present an opportunity for Pharmaceutical companies to provide patients and health professionals with additional supporting information that they can access electronically anywhere via their smartphone. As a result of an increased […]

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Let them eat cake!

In August 2014 we had our 10th birthday and throughout the coming year we’re asking our customers and volunteers to help us celebrate by baking a cake and having a party in honour of our first decade. Luto’s Universal Birthday party kit We’ll be sending people one of our hand crafted birthday boxes which contain Luto’s Universal birthday […]

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Risk Management Plan Lay Summary User Testing presented in London

Professor Theo Raynor, co-founder and academic advisor to Luto recently presented preliminary results of the user testing of Risk Management Plan (RMP) lay summaries at the DIA 8th European Medical Information and Communications conference. This was part of a session he had helped organise called “Information to patients in the European Union”. The session was […]

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Patient power: 2014 Patient Information Forum conference

Luto launches unique User Testing service for NHS Trusts and Charities I recently attended the Patient Information Forum’s annual conference in Birmingham along with two other members of the Luto team. This year’s conference was entitled ‘Information and support: putting patients truly at the centre of healthcare’. Patients are a fundamental part of Luto’s work […]

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Luto facilitates future development of over-the-counter medicines information

During the summer of 2013, Luto had the pleasure of welcoming Vivien Tong, a PhD candidate from the Faculty of Pharmacy at The University of Sydney into our company. In a collaboration brought about by the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN), Vivien is jointly supervised by Associate Professor Parisa Aslani (The University of Sydney) and Professor […]

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