Top jobs for June include Diabetes Support Specialist, Healthcare and Access Partner, and Ethics and Compliance Partner positions across national locations, across pharma and medical devices.
Star is proud to be supporting the UK Government’s Covid-19 Infection Survey, through the provision of qualified professionals to the household testing partnership led by IQVIA.
Laser marking technology is “essential” to tracking reusable medical devices, engineers have developed a way to detect physiological signals coming from the skin, a robotic surgical developer raises £195m in funding, and a CE-marked app detects 95% of skin cancer.
Novo Nordisk is to launch a cut-price version of its insulin drug, a Slovakian biotech sees positive developments in its Alzheimer’s drug, the NHS looks at making statins available for pharmacists, and AZ’s cancer drug Imfinzi shows significant survival benefits.
While we typically think of a ‘brand’ as all the things that come to mind when you picture your favourite coffee, shoes, or cars, it can also be applied to us as people, and the impression we give off to others we meet or connect with.
The BMA warns a no-deal Brexit could worsen a winter healthcare crisis, NICE recommends a novel gene therapy for a rare inherited eye disorder, NHS nurses are to be given funding to help develop their careers, and NHS Digital pushes the pros of digital tools.
A review documents the rise of wearable medical devices, the Neurorehabilitation devices market is expected to expand with the prevalence of disorders, an accelerator backs two innovations with £150k, and the devices packaging industry is set to grow by $12.7 billion.
Top roles from Star this month include Interim Design Manager, Senior Marketing Manager, Health Economics Specialist Commercial/Business Unit Director and Commercial Lead positions covering a range of territories. Find out more -
PM Boris Johnson orders action to crack down on measles, a leaked document forecasts no-deal Brexit shortages, both AbbVie and Celgene receive approval from the FDA, and experts in digital health warn that AI may not be able to keep up with ‘real-world’ medical use.
According to those in the know it takes 21 days to form a new habit. Adding and/or changing behaviours requires repetition and practice, and these methods can also be applied to your work life performance – whether that’s being more punctual or setting yourself a target.