RATTLE is a global network of RSV experts that leverages up-to-date scientific content and evidence to engage in multichannel medical education and reinforce the need to protect all infants against RSV.
RATTLE is being developed to provide healthcare providers, or HCPs, the latest scientific and clinical information to challenge the status quo in RSV by:
- Increasing awareness of RSV
- Facilitating dialogue around RSV
- Deepening understanding of RSV
- Supporting knowledge exchange about the need for protection against RSV in all infants RATTLE uses a sharing-best-practice philosophy for its programs, protagonized by a global network of RSV experts who guide the development of resources to support HCP educational needs regarding RSV for audiences worldwide.
RSV is a highly transmissible viral disease
A world-known medical education program that shattered the status quo and brought to life the need for an all-infant focus
Leverage high-quality medical evidence and global experts through a medical education program to reinforce the need to protect all infants