Information on how to access Enbrel® (etanercept) prescribing information and adverse event reporting can be found at the bottom of the page.
All Enbrel patients have access to initial home visits for injection training following approval from their hospital:
All Enbrel patients also have access to the Together programme website. Content is released over the course of a year, specifically tailored to their condition, administration method and length of time on treatment.
In addition to the Together Enbrel Patient Support Programme, Pfizer provides a flexible Homecare Medicines Delivery Service that ensures Enbrel patients have an on-going and consistent supply of their medicine:
Please find below a 1 minute 54 second video introducing Enbrel’s new patient support website.
A range of patient materials are available for your Enbrel patients
The MyClic Sleeve has been designed for patients with poor dexterity
For Enbrel (etanercept) prescribing information, click here
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