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This is where you can follow Atlantis Healthcare news and media coverage, plus view our industry publications.

Our publications summarize the challenges of living with a health condition; they also demonstrate how our belief-driven behavior change approach can have an impact across a range of health conditions. All our research is guided by robust protocols to support qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

Understanding the Why

Understanding the Why

Friday, 22 June 2018

Dr. Kate Perry offers 4 areas where psychological theory and research can be used to help pharma optimize medication adherence in this recent article from PharmaVoice

A Conversation with Dr. Laura Moore: Through the Lens of Health Psychology

A Conversation with Dr. Laura Moore: Through the Lens of Health Psychology

Sunday, 22 April 2018

Learn why Dr. Moore, Lead Health Psychology Specialist at Atlantis Healthcare, believes health psychology holds a key to unlocking the challenges of treatment adherence.

A Roadmap for Patient-Centric Patient Support Programs

A Roadmap for Patient-Centric Patient Support Programs

Thursday, 21 December 2017

In her PharmaVoice article, Lauren Walrath, Director of Strategy and Business Development, Atlantis Healthcare US, explains the importance of developing programs that put patients first.  

Leveraging Behavioral Economics to Guide Healthy Decision-Making

Leveraging Behavioral Economics to Guide Healthy Decision-Making

Thursday, 21 December 2017

In the second of her series of Red Zone articles for PharmaVoice, Kate Perry, Director, Behavioral Science, explains how behavioral economics can be applied to patient decision making process.

Using Health Psychology to Design Patient Support Progams

Using Health Psychology to Design Patient Support Progams

Thursday, 19 October 2017

In the first of her series of Red Zone articles for Pharma Voice, Kate Perry, Director, Behavioral Science explains how Atlantis Healthcare experts translate and apply their science to understanding nonadherence and changing behavior.  

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