NICE recommends Bayer’s MS treatment, complementary cancer therapies ‘do more harm than good’, Daiichi Sankyo announces results of Phase 3 CLEAR Wisdom trial, and could greater collaboration accelerate much-needed treatments for children with rare diseases?
The NIHR is to invest £34 million into global health research projects within low and middle-income countries, a ‘DIY’ alternative to traditional smear tests is ‘promising’, and the BBC shares 10 charts that show why the NHS does matter in the upcoming UK election.
Including articles on demands for a new clean air act, the introduction of five new dedicated AI tech centres, and the UK government’s bill to provide healthcare for EU pensioner expats post-Brexit, these are the top nursing and healthcare stories we think are worth reading. 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!
It might be the most terrifying day of the year but there’s nothing scary about this month’s top jobs! With positions including Account Executive, Territory Manager, and Technical Skills Trainer, take a look - you might find your perfect role! It would be ghoulish to miss out…
Star is following its birthday with another milestone – continuing its European expansion programme by opening an office in Amsterdam. Star focuses on delivering best-in-class outsourcing and resourcing solutions.
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!
We invest a significant amount of time and money learning in leadership and how to influence others, but rarely do we teach leaders how to be influenced by others. Why is this? Could it be a hangover from the impact of Dale Carnegie’s seminal How to Win Friends and Influence People?
The outcomes of a DHSC consultation on proposed changes to the statutory scheme for pharmaceutical pricing are anticipated shortly. I wonder if the proposals outlined are adding insult to injury for small to medium pharma organisations and represent a step too far.
PharmaDoctor (owned by Escripts Marketing Ltd), and Star are pleased to announce a strategic partnership between the two companies to drive and support the development of a wide range of patient centric Pharmacy Clinical Services in the UK.