IME Programs

INDEPENDENT MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS

The Alnylam grants office supports independent medical education activities provided to healthcare professionals (HCPs) to help close the professional practice gaps of learners and address their unmet educational needs. Activities should strive to ultimately improve patient care and must be compliant with all applicable legal and regulatory guidelines. Educational grants are considered financial awards for clinical, scientific, and disease state educational programs that provide meaningful education to healthcare professionals and researchers in areas of relevance to Alnylam, without tangible benefit to Alnylam in return.

As part of our ongoing commitment to putting patients first, Alnylam will accept grant requests for bona fide educational purposes from the following:

Educational providers that are accredited to provide continuing education (ie, CME, CE) by a national accrediting body, such as the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), or other such accreditor. Alnylam will also support Independent Medical Education (IME) that is not designated for credit.

Educational providers can be any of the following types:

Continuing education offices of academic medical centers, medical universities, hospitals, or community health centers

Professional medical societies/associations

Managed care organizations

Medical education partner companies/providers

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Medical Education Areas of Interest

Requests for Proposals

Throughout the year, Alnylam will post Request for Proposals (RFP) to inform organizations and qualified medical education providers that we are interested in receiving requests for independent medical education activities pertinent to Alnylam’s areas of interest and aligned to specifications outlined in our RFPs.

The following are the available Request for Proposals:

Please check back soon for new RFPs

Transthyretin Amyloidosis (ATTR)

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Identifying and Evaluating Patients with Abdominal Pain at Risk of Acute Hepatic Porphyria

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Current budget availability for each therapy area is denoted in accordance with these categories

 
Budget Available
 
Limited Funding Available
 
Budget Unavailable
Transthyretin-mediated amyloidosis (ATTR amyloidosis)

  Increased awareness of ATTR amyloidosis, including distinction between hereditary and wild-type
  Improved clinical knowledge of the patient’s journey, disease burden, and identification of core symptoms
  Increased awareness of the multisystemic nature of the disease and the implications for multidisciplinary diagnosis and management
  Increased understanding of measurement and detection of disease progression
  Improved knowledge of genetic testing & counseling and implications for broader family
Acute hepatic porphyria

  Increased awareness of the multisystemic nature of the disease and the implications for multidisciplinary diagnosis and management
  Improved knowledge of ordering and evaluating tests for diagnosis
  Increased knowledge of management of acute hepatic porphyria, including burden of disease and patient experience
Primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1)

  Increased awareness & improved clinical knowledge of PH1, including burden of disease
  Increased understanding of kidney stone management guidelines
  Increased knowledge of monogenic kidney stone disease & diagnosis
Supporting Documents

 

Download the Medical Education Grants at a Glance (PDF)

Download the Educational Grant Budget Template (Excel)

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