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Articles

Harnessing organisational memory

18th September 2015

 Harnessing organisational memoryArticles

In an industry with high rates of labour mobility, retaining knowledge within an organisation over the course of a drug's long lifecycle can be difficult. Isaac Batley outlines why it...

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Demand grows for cancer R&D executives

8th July 2014

 Demand grows for cancer R&D executivesArticles

The recent acquisition of Norway's biotech frontrunner, Algeta, by Bayer for $2.9 billion, purchasing their exciting new prostate cancer drug Xofigo, has brought considerable attention on Oslo, a small biotech...

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The future of healthcare hiring: three tech trends to utilize in 2014

1st April 2014

 The future of healthcare hiring: three tech trends to utilize in 2014Articles

With 32 million new patients about to flood the healthcare system, now is the time to focus on your organization's hiring efforts. Thankfully technology has come to the rescue. Using...

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Drug safety professionals seemingly happy despite slow starting pay, but for how long?

6th March 2014

 Drug safety professionals seemingly happy despite slow starting pay, but for how long?Articles

Despite the low junior salaries given to drug safety employees, satisfaction in the discipline is one of the highest in the sector. But as the STEM skills shortage continues to...

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News

Google's healthcare ambitions keep growing with Insel hiring

16th September 2015

 Google's healthcare ambitions keep growing with Insel hiring News

Google's future research directions are often signposted by high-profile appointments and the hiring of a leading neuroscientist Dr Thomas Insel indicates mental health is firmly on its agenda. Dr Thomas InselInsel...

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Merck to face sex discrimination charges in US

10th October 2014

 Merck to face sex discrimination charges in USNews

Five women who claim they suffered sex discrimination while working as sales reps for Merck have been told that the company's motion to dismiss the case has been denied by...

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Reports say Novartis to restructure 4,000 jobs

4th February 2014

 Reports say Novartis to restructure 4,000 jobsNews

A German newspaper and Reuters are reporting that Novartis plans to cut up to 4,000 jobs, although the company reportedly expects to create an equal number of new jobs.The German...

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Teva’s CEO resigns

30th October 2013

 Teva’s CEO resignsNews

The world's largest generic drugmaker, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, has announced that Dr Jeremy Levin is to step down from his position as President and CEO.Teva's Board of Directors have named...

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White Papers

Patient centricity: How does Boehringer Ingelheim UK measure up?

9th February 2016

 Patient centricity: How does Boehringer Ingelheim UK measure up?White Papers

Patient centricity is a subject that is massively talked about but few can 'walk the talk'. Fewer still can demonstrate what that walk has achieved and where it is headed. In 2015 Boehringer Ingelheim UK...

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How to effectively engage in the rare disease space

24th July 2013

 How to effectively engage in the rare disease spaceWhite Papers

Engaging with the relevant healthcare stakeholders for pharma company sales forces increasingly requires on-going adapatation and new skills, but engaging in the rare disease space is even harder, with specialist...

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Press Releases

New Global Role Signals Importance of Digital to Healthcare Customer Insight

23rd February 2016

New Global Role Signals Importance of Digital to Healthcare Customer Insight

Digital pioneer returns to Cello Health Insight   Healthcare needs to see digital as a smarter way of getting closer to customers – that is the view of the man appointed to...

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What do coal, fish and life science graduates all have in common? You will be shocked!

21st July 2015

What do coal, fish and life science graduates all have in common? You will be shocked!

  What do coal, fish and life science graduates all have in common? You will be shocked!       This island is made mainly of coal and surrounded by fish. Only a planning...

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Farrow and Jones Breathe New Life Into PM Society as Preparations Begin for 30th PM Society Awards in 2016

31st March 2015

Farrow and Jones Breathe New Life Into PM Society as Preparations Begin for 30th PM Society Awards in 2016

  News release 30 March 2015         Farrow and Jones Breathe New Life Into PM Society as Preparations Begin for 30th PM Society Awards in 2016   The PM Society has more than doubled its core...

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Key Account Management

24th December 2014

Key Account Management

Key Account Management Is KAM a new word describing old selling habits or can this be a future business model for Pharma? Definitions are rare and many people understand many different things...

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