BluePrint Pro Bono

Why We Do It:

 

Given our exclusive focus within healthcare, we feel proud to play our part in helping to advance innovative medicines through clinical and commercial development. We feel that BluePrint has reached a point where we can make a more tangible impact by giving back to the community.

 

Beyond financial contributions, we believe that the most effective way we can give back is to ‘do what we do best’ – which is contribute our time and services to organizations that are playing an active role in helping people who suffer from various healthcare conditions.

 

Blueprint Pro Bono was founded in 2016 and focuses on establishing partnerships with non-profit organizations who can benefit from our services. We are proud to help these non-profits further their missions and ultimately expand our impact on improving global patient health.

 

For more detail around the types of non-profit organizations that we have worked with, please click below:

 
Cancer
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Pro Bono Efforts

Why We Do It:

 

Given our exclusive focus within healthcare, we feel proud to play our part in helping to advance innovative medicines through clinical and commercial development. We feel that BluePrint has reached a point where we can make a more tangible impact by giving back to the community.

 

Beyond financial contributions, we believe that the most effective way we can give back is to ‘do what we do best’ – which is contribute our time and services to organizations that are playing an active role in helping people who suffer from various healthcare conditions.

 

Blueprint Pro Bono was founded in 2016 and focuses on establishing partnerships with non-profit organizations who can benefit from our services. We are proud to help these non-profits further their missions and ultimately expand our impact on improving global patient health.

 

For more detail around the types of non-profit organizations that we have worked with, please click below:

Cancer
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Case Study

Non-Profit Organization: Solving Kids’ Cancer (SKC)

Area: Pediatric Oncology

Project Completed: November 2016

How We Helped:

  • SKC wanted to improve its understanding of the unmet needs within the high-risk pediatric brain tumor landscape to inform its 2017 strategy
  • BluePrint interviewed pediatric neuro oncologists and neurosurgeons to:
    • Understand which types of high-risk brain tumors are the most clinically challenging, regardless of the number of children affected
    • Explore existing ideas to mitigate significant adverse events that remain within current treatments
    • Identify the ideal clinical trial design for pediatric cancer patients
  • SKC used the findings from this project to develop new initiatives and programs tailored specifically to the unmet needs that physicians see both across the research setting and within the clinic

How to Get Involved

PRO BONO COMMITTEE

  • A small group of employees that includes a partner and high-performing, passionate consultants and associates (membership is re-assessed annually)
  • Responsible for continuous, sustainable pro-bono effort via the following:
    • Researching new opportunities
    • Reaching out to organizations to establish relationships
    • Maintaining current non-profit relationships
    • Working with the staffing steam to assign team members to pro bono projects
 

PROJECT TEAMS

  • Teams of two to three individuals who express interest in working on pro bono projects and gaining exposure to the healthcare non-profit sector
  • Responsibilities include the following:
    • Leading pro bono project execution and management
    • Building research materials, executing research, analysis and report development
    • Final presentation and follow-ups with non-profit partner