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For the pharma industry – which relies on confidentiality, clean data, reliable technology and elite presentation options – Monaco offers a peerless package which follows European regulations and compliance guidelines, ensuring that medical ethics are always respected
Time doesn’t stand still in any industry, but throughout pharma the future is always tantalisingly close, requiring companies to reach out, reinvent and realise their potential. Rosemont Pharmaceuticals has been moving with the times for over 50 years
While there has been tremendous progress in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, it remains a debilitating disease that causes a significant socioeconomic impact on societies around the world. As such, researchers are striving to find innovative new treatment options to help more patients reach remission.
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The coronavirus has forced industry to change gear, change how it communicates and, above all, change its perspective. Despite the earth- shattering turbulence of COVID-19, however, Andy Hayley from TBWA\ WorldHealth believes positive lessons and practices will emerge
Cassells has 20 years’ experience in the medical device industry, leading a number of international expansion projects and holding senior management positions in a number of multinational companies including Medtronic, Conor Medsystems, Kinetic Concepts and American Medical Systems. He is now managing director of connected health medtech company Renew Health
Jeremy Thorpe, managing director of Tillotts Pharma UK (Tillotts), tells us how his company has entered the UK and grown from strength to strength over the past six years, overcoming numerous challenges to establish Tillotts’ significant presence in the GI market
The sequencing of patients’ genes has opened the way for exciting new approaches to therapy. The challenge for the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors is to adapt R&D, production and sales and marketing to become swift, agile developers of more specialised drugs with smaller target audiences
Recruitment in the pharmaceutical industry has become a whole new ball game recently. And the pressure to find the right person for the right job is made more difficult by a lack of candidates with the right experience and skills sets across the board.
Healthcare professionals use the internet every day for a variety of professional purposes from keeping up to date with news, accessing their email and engaging in online communities to completing ongoing CPD courses, or viewing vital clinical resources via their NHS intranets
Learning: the new business strategy . Learning and development should be a journey but it should also be part of the company culture and business strategy, says Gary Killington, director of PI Partnership
How can pharma engage directly with HCPs inside the NHS? With so many different online resources to choose from, the internet is becoming an increasingly competitive space in which to engage with healthcare professionals
The learning journey doesn't stop with training. Pharma needs to invest in its people and look at learning and development not just inside the classroom, but holistically, in order to succeed in the relationship game, says Gary Killington, director of PI Partnership