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Articles

Tunnah’s musings: building the right relationship between patients and pharma

28th May 2015

 Tunnah’s musings: building the right relationship between patients and pharmaArticles

This month, Paul Tunnah is cautiously optimistic that the value of engaging with patients is starting to be recognised across the pharmaceutical industry, but muses on how this should be...

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Depression, alcohol and drug problems: the hidden toll of HIV

27th May 2015

 Depression, alcohol and drug problems: the hidden toll of HIVArticles

David Rowlands examines the results of his most recent poll on standards of psychological care in HIV – an important factor as 96 per cent of respondents agreed that those...

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Ending the neglect of mental health: can the NHS do it?

20th May 2015

 Ending the neglect of mental health: can the NHS do it?Articles

The Conservatives promise to put mental health services on a par with physical healthcare – but more austerity is a major threat, reports Andrew McConaghie.Amid the general election's war of...

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Mental health improvements must go much further, much faster

20th May 2015

 Mental health improvements must go much further, much fasterArticles

Paul Farmer, Mind CEO, outlines the charity's priorities over the next five years, his concerns about funding and his views on where the new Government should be concentrating its efforts...

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News

Future of the NHS is number one issue – but will it swing the election?

21st April 2015

 Future of the NHS is number one issue – but will it swing the election?News

As the UK's election day draws near, The Labour party is winning the battle to convince voters that its policies for the national health service (NHS) are best – but...

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First patients diagnosed in 100,000 Genomes Project

11th March 2015

 First patients diagnosed in 100,000 Genomes ProjectNews

The UK's National Health Service (NHS) has taken its first steps towards providing personalised care based on genomic data.The first two patients enrolled in the 100,000 Genomes Project have been...

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Recruitment problems scupper Bayer liver metastasis trial

6th March 2015

 Recruitment problems scupper Bayer liver metastasis trialNews

Bayer has been forced to abandon a Phase III trial of its Stivarga drug in liver metastases after failing to recruit enough patients.The COAST study was focusing on colorectal patients...

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Boehringer submits Pradaxa antidote to regulators

4th March 2015

 Boehringer submits Pradaxa antidote to regulatorsNews

A new product which can rapidly reverse the effects of Boehringer Ingelheim's (BI) anticoagulant Pradaxa has been filed with regulators in the US and Europe.The drug, idarucizumab, is the first...

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White Papers

Optimising patient outcomes through physician education

26th March 2015

 Optimising patient outcomes through physician educationWhite Papers

Physician education is undergoing a massive change as the volume of advances in therapies and practices increases and the use of digital channels facilitates new forms of scientific exchange. This white...

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Improved health and wellbeing in COPD

9th March 2015

 Improved health and wellbeing in COPDWhite Papers

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive and debilitating disorder, which, as it progresses, places a significant burden on individuals and those caring for them. This is not only...

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How do doctors want to engage with pharma on new products?

11th December 2014

 How do doctors want to engage with pharma on new products?White Papers

With more than 80 per cent of European doctors saying they want to stay abreast of new developments about pharmaceutical products, it is important to understand how they wish to...

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"The future ain’t what it used to be"

25th November 2014

 "The future ain’t what it used to be"White Papers

Preparation is key to creating and maintaining a strong drugs pipeline. However, the statistics demonstrate that successful product commercialisation strategies are not always implemented. Products are developed for which there...

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Audio & Video

Available on demand: Exclusive debate/webinar: The Future of Medical Communications: Physicians’ Needs and Predictions

  The way that physicians want and need to consume information has changed dramatically over recent years and continues to evolve rapidly. Working in conjunction with Ashfield Healthcare Communications, this event...

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On demand webinar: Staring into the abyss? Navigating the NHS post-election

  Regardless of the colour of the next UK government that emerges as a result of the May election, the £30–50bn NHS budget chasm is the abyss that all the parties...

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Events

Biomarkers World Europe 2015

2nd June 2015 - 3rd June 2015

Biomarkers World Europe 2015

Biomarkers World Europe 2015 is the leading pharma event for decision makers working in clinical development and translational research. The 2 day conference will examine the science and business strategy...

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13th Annual Vaccines & Therapeutics Summit

2nd June 2015 - 4th June 2015

13th Annual Vaccines & Therapeutics Summit

- Antimicrobial resistance global overview: partnership, funding and investment opportunities - Strategies to combat bioterror threats and emerging infectious diseases: vaccine developments and funding availability - Advancing medical countermeasures capabilities and infrastructure...

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InForm Europe 2015

2nd June 2015 - 3rd June 2015

InForm Europe 2015

InForm Europe 2015 is the leading conference for drug development leaders and formulation scientists in Europe. It will be attended by potential clients that are eager to discover the...

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World Orphan Drug Congress Asia 2015

3rd June 2015 - 4th June 2015

World Orphan Drug Congress Asia 2015

World Orphan Drug Congress Asia 2015 provides insights into expediting orphan drug development & guaranteeing speedy reimbursement in Asia's market. This event includes a series of thought-provoking discussions ranging from...

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Press Releases

New recruit at Cognite

21st May 2015

New recruit at Cognite

Cognite is pleased to announce that Arun Dhillon has joined the company as an Account Director. Arun was previously with ICC Lowe (formerly Brand(x)) working out of the Zurich office...

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The REAL WORLD Challenge: Are you maximising the effectiveness of RWE?

20th April 2015

The REAL WORLD Challenge: Are you maximising the effectiveness of RWE?

RWE is now recognised as critical to all commercial activities and is becoming embedded across the life-science industry. pH Associates is hosting a summit on May 5th (4-7pm) that will take a fresh look...

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LAUNCH OF UNIQUE COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT TOOL MYCQPRO TO HELP TRANSFORM MENTAL FITNESS OF BRITISH WORK FORCE

13th April 2015

LAUNCH OF UNIQUE COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT TOOL MYCQPRO TO HELP TRANSFORM  MENTAL FITNESS OF BRITISH WORK FORCE

Scientifically designed cognitive evaluation programme to boost cognitive health and help cut £26bn annual cost of mental health issues to business   MyCognition, the UK’s leading provider of cognitive health technologies, today...

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The discount expires this Friday for CreateHealth's Customer Experience (CX) in Health Summit, May 12 London.

2nd April 2015

The discount expires this Friday for CreateHealth's Customer Experience (CX) in Health Summit, May 12 London.

On May12th CreateHealth.io will define a clear methodology and share proven tactics used to develop customer centric services that improve patient outcomes. Here's a snap shot:· Learn to support customers...

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