This month’s top roles from Star include Area Account Manager within Autoimmune and Infectious Disease, Product Surveillance Co-ordinator, Disclosure Manager, Regional Operations Manager and Area Business Manager roles across various UK territories.
Transportation companies launch a global service for the safe and reliable transport of sensitive healthcare products, a Cambridge surgical robot operates on a human for the first time, and could we soon see human babies being born using an artificial womb?
The outgoing president of the ABPI says UK pharma is negotiating ‘choppy seas’ during Brexit, the new head of the ABPI is announced, IG.com take a look at top 10 healthcare stocks, and England opens new NHS ‘front door’ to health innovators.
The next generation of vaccines are set to tackle the biggest health challenges of the decade, children’s health is ‘harmed’ by the gap with adult services, and women anxious about smear tests could submit a urine sample instead.
Apps designed to help with depression are selling personal data to Google, pacemakers could soon be powered by heartbeats, and what could the potential effects of an NHS patient data sharing milestone be?
Top jobs for April feature marketing positions including Senior Brand Manager and Senior Marketing Manager, as well as Sales Force Effectiveness and Business Insights Manager, and Study Start Up Delivery Lead. Find out more -
The UK as a global leader in antimicrobial resistance, updates to prescribing information in a no-deal Brexit, an improved pharma sales outlook for J&J and thoughts on ABPI feedback. Top pharma headlines this week!
E-learning tools to help health professionals prevent illness, a nursing apprenticeship to address NHS skills gaps, and EU healthcare professionals to still practise in the UK post-Brexit.
Top headlines across the medical devices sector this week include what exporters need to know about the CE Mark post-Brexit, the wearable tech errors worrying well people, and warnings of inaccessibility of devices in a no-deal Brexit.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Game of Thrones’s Emilia Clarke get behind the Nursing Now campaign, legislation will protect Scottish residents accessing cross-border European healthcare in a no-deal Brexit, and the UK’s top gynaecologist leads an effort to revolutionise health services for women.