Get up to date with this week’s top pharma news! We’ve put together a selection of the top news items across the pharma sector this week - including latest Brexit updates, pioneering cancer research, and million of investment into UK Medicines Discovery - so take a look!
Get up to date with this week’s top medical devices news! We’ve scoured the global news pages and picked some of what we think are the top news items across the medical devices sector this week, including expected growth, the Medical Device Regulation, and Amazon throwing their hat into the ring of devices sales. Take a look!
The chair of NHS England says integrated care is the future, Europeans are risking chronic diseases due to bad diets, a growing number of Britons are using online fundraising to pay for essential treatment and the number of European nurses arriving in the UK falls.
England is seeing the highest ever clinical trial participation rate, a new molecular diagnostics business is launched in Manchester, and the NHS accuses Theresa May of not tackling the “country’s biggest injustices”. Read on for the latest pharma headlines making news this week.
2019’s Med-Tech Innovation Expo closes to high praise, a brain stimulation headset is launched to help treat depression, and the NHS Shared Business Services invites bids for its second Medicines Management Prescribing Decision Support Framework for GPs.
This Men’s Health Week, a survey reveals 72% of expat men are worried about healthcare in their new country, nursing profiles are ‘outdated, wrong and undermining’, and over half of female nurses and midwives think male nurses with ‘less qualifications’ are being promoted over them.
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