A panel view - how can pharma engage with a changing NHS?

A panel view – how can pharma engage with a changing NHS?

The recent NHS White Paper presents a blueprint for health and social care reform; a proposal for further integration of services built on the...
Men's Health Week - 'Lets Talk About the Hard Things' campaign

Men’s Health Week – ‘Lets Talk About the Hard Things’ campaign

This week is Men’s Health Week 2021, a time to not only raise awareness of health conditions but also focus on treatment side effects,...
Pf talks to Simon Nicholson, MD of Organon, the global women's health company

Pf talks to Simon Nicholson, MD of Organon

It is long overdue, but women’s health is finally having its moment in the spotlight and it feels like there could be a big...
Access Matters: The future for pharma

Access Matters: The future for pharma

Over the last two decades, the growth of payer power has made access increasingly challenging for pharmaceutical companies. In our previous article, we considered...
Will the future be hybrid events?

Hybrid, online or face to face events for pharma after COVID

With the return to some semblance of (new) normality, will pharma return to face-to-face events? Or will the future for pharma be hybrid events? Covid...
The impact of new digital customer engagement on front-line pharma

The impact of new digital customer engagement on front-line pharma

Ian Robinson and Mark Jones explore how this new digital era will impact engagement for front-line employees in pharma and why now might be...
Choosing the right digital health solutions for your company

Choosing the right digital health solutions for your company

Not all that glitters is gold so Paul Riley and Mark Davies share the three simple rules to help you choose the right digital...
Market Access

Access Matters: The rise of the payer and implications for pharma

In a two-part series exclusive to Pharmafield, Neil Grubert and Mel Walker, Managing Director at Biopharma Futures, explore key trends in international market access....
New data dimensions: virtual and augmented reality in life sciences

Virtual and augmented reality in life sciences

Just as engineers in complex physical environments might use enhanced visualisation to gain a clearer understanding of a technical problem, or shoppers might use...
Demystifying the NHS White Paper - a Representative's position

Demystifying the NHS White Paper – a representative’s position

With the release of the NHS White Paper, Star OUTiCO caught up with their Market Access Multi-Channel Account Manager, Steve Meadows, to get his...

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Entries for the Pf Awards 2022 are officially open

Enter today! The Pf Awards 2022 are officially open

New Year | New Suite of Categories | New Candidates Would you like to be recognised as a top performer in the UK Pharmaceutical industry? Enter...
New study to explore if talazoparib could treat metastatic breast cancer

New study to explore if talazoparib could treat metastatic breast cancer

A new study funded by Breast Cancer Now will explore if the drug talazoparib (Talzenna) could be used to treat people with incurable secondary...
£250 million winter access fund for GPs to boost face to face appointments  

£250m winter access fund for GPs to boost face to face appointments  

The NHS has published a blueprint for improving access to GP appointments for patients alongside supporting GPs and their teams. Surgeries will be provided with additional funding...

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