Power to all sales reps

The pharmaceutical industry needs to jettison its historic ‘quantity over quality’ attitude to sales and marketing. With healthcare professionals harder to access by the...

New Regulations for Recruiters

The Implications for both Clients and Candidates Do you use Recruiters to help you fill vacancies for permanent or temporary staff? Or are you...

Movements in the NHS: Hospital to Alternate Site

By Gordon Blackwell, The National Health Intelligence Service Whenever possible, patient care is being moved away from hospitals into the community, so that, within...

Pharma-logically Speaking! (Part 2)

I have come to realise that many ‘discussions’ around a sales call come down to ‘beliefs’. And to ‘effect change in one’s beliefs’ relies...

The New PPRS Agreement

THE NEW PPRS scheme (Prescription Price Regulatory Scheme) comes into force from the 1st January 2005 with the aim of reducing the cost of...

Thank You – This is all About You: A people Orientated Sector

Culture . . . Does it make a difference? Is the culture of your company unique? Are you amongst the best and are you...

Clinical Trial Transparency

While the issue of clinical trial transparency has long been an area of controversy, the matter has certainly hit the headlines in recent months....

Pharma-logically Speaking!

I have come to realise that many ‘discussions’ around a sales call come down to ‘beliefs’. And to ‘effect change in one’s beliefs’ relies...

Sales, Sales and More Sales Please – An Accountable Sector

WHY DID YOU join the industry and become a sales person? Was it to sell through managing your own territory and influencing prescribers, or...

High cost of new Cancer drugs too high for some?

The world’s aging population is expected to facilitate a 50% increase in the global incidence of cancer over the next two decades, with the...

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