Challenges in recruiting during the pandemic

Challenges in recruiting during the pandemic

Richard Clegg, Director of Expion Search and Selection, looks at how COVID-19 has presented many challenges to industry, not least in recruitment and retention...
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Lifting the lid on robotic process automation

Today, robotic process automation (RPA) registers strongly on the radar of Regulatory Affairs departments; many companies are talking about it or looking at it,...
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From conflict to collaboration – the marketing and medical affairs interface

Mark Davies of Res Consortium and Paul Riley of Health Insights & Guidance discuss optimising the marketing and medical affairs interface to achieve greater...
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Creativity not commercialism is needed in healthcare 

Phil Blackmore discusses why creativity is more important than commercialism in healthcare marketing. In recent months there’s been a lot of talk about the evolution of...
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‘What’s past is prologue’ Is Government planning seismic change in the NHS?

Seismic change may be afoot for the NHS in England. That is, if one is to believe the conflicting rumours from various ‘government insiders’...
Partnership opportunities: Coronavirus on NHS

Opportunity to transform NHS customer engagement

Oli Hudson, Content Director at Wilmington Healthcare, talks about the impact of coronavirus on NHS customer engagement. As the first wave of COVID-19 subsides in...
Jo Kemp: Pf Awards 2020 Winner

Pf Award Winner, Jo Kemp shares her reaction to winning two Pf Awards

Jo Kemp, Payer Engagement and Outstanding Performer Pf Awards 2020 Winner, shares her reaction to winning. Did you watch the Pf Awards Ceremony? Yes, I watched...
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Innovative technology in the medical devices market

Bernard Ross explores innovative technology in the medical devices market especially relating to venous thromboembolism (VTE). According to Cordant Recruitment, the global medical devices market...
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Strategy, curiosity & solutions to align pharma and the NHS

Mehrnaz Campbell shares her experience of running a UK business from the US developing strategies to align pharma and the NHS. What’s your career background? I...
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COVID-19: on the frontline of community pharmacy

Insight into community pharmacy during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. Alongside panic buying of toilet rolls and non-perishables, the March coronavirus lockdown saw patients rushing...

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COVID-19 one year on - key changes

COVID-19 and key changes one year on

One year on from the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the UK, Oli Hudson, Content Director at Wilmington Healthcare, takes a look at...
FDA approval for Roche’s Actemra/RoActemra in lung disease

FDA approves Roche’s Actemra/RoActemra for interstitial lung disease

Roche has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Actemra®/RoActemra® (tocilizumab) subcutaneous injection for slowing the rate of decline in...
Pre-clinical work completed for novel COVID-19 immunotherapy

Pre-clinical work completed for novel COVID-19 immunotherapy

ISA Pharmaceuticals has announced that it has completed pre-clinical work for ISA106, a novel COVID-19 immunotherapy and is planning clinical trials. A phase 1...

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Nasal spray to protect against COVID-19 is ready for use in humans

A nasal spray to provide protection against the COVID-19 virus has been formulated by researchers at the University of Birmingham, UK, using compounds already...

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