We are dedicated to going above and beyond for healthcare professionals. That’s why we have created several communities that allow for the exchange of information and ideas on patient care to help healthcare professionals navigate the challenges they may face along a patient’s journey.
Education & Community
NephU is a growing community of nephrology healthcare professionals that was created to help improve the future outcomes for individuals with kidney disease and other related conditions through increased awareness, collaboration, and information-sharing.
Join NephU to participate in informational webinars, connect with others at educational events, access an on-demand library of educational materials and tools, including the ADPKD Simulator, and stay up-to-date on the latest news about healthcare topics and policy changes.
PsychU is a community for mental health professionals dedicated to improving care through information, discussion, and collaboration. It is composed of more than 75,000 physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, clinicians, care managers, nurses, pharmacists, medical directors, payers, administrators, and other mental healthcare professionals.
Resources on PsychU are focused on such topics as schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, agitation, pseudobulbar affect, care coordination, digital health, psychiatric scales, as well as healthcare policy, quality, & payer administration. PsychU goes beyond the traditional educational resources, with PsychUsim and PsychUroleplay. PsychUsim, is an interactive disease state simulator showcasing the progression of different psychiatric illnesses while PsychUroleplay a virtual roleplay for practicing communication skills. The website also includes a patient and caregiver resource section that provides education on various mental health conditions.
Global Council on Alzheimer’s Disease (GCAD)
Otsuka launched the GCAD collaboration group with a focus on patient-centered care. The community includes leaders and influencers from advocacy groups, healthcare professionals, academics, and leaders from financial institutions. Participants share knowledge and ideas at educational summits as part of an ongoing effort to determine the best ways to work together to meet patients’ needs.