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.
In a tumultuous week for Brexit negotiations, medical devices headlines include MedTech Europe writing to EU commissioners on dangers to the industry, and a report on 10 ways we could be affected by no-deal including access to medicines. Other stories include the FDA on regulating AI in medical technology.
New biosimilar launches in the UK, campaigners say Donald Trump’s Brexit trade plan will damage the NHS, and fake medications are “easily” bought on Facebook. These are some of the top stories making headlines across pharma this week!
A new plan to treat eating disorders, a record number of men applying for nursing courses, how Singapore is making healthcare affordable and accessible, and how blockchain could revolutionise how patients think about their data.
Could our brains be hijacked in the future? Would a no-deal Brexit disrupt supply of medicines for six months? How popular could becoming an ‘e-patient’ be, and could a news test for sepsis save thousands of lives? Take a look at the top stories making headlines across medical devices this week!
Our top jobs for February are here and this month include fantastic Managing Director, Primary Care Specialist, Medical Representative, Paralegal, Senior Brand Manager and Medical Science Liaison positions. If you're on the hunt for a new role then take a look!
33% of antibiotics are given without an associated diagnosis, AI is making its way into drug development, there are concerns over a 'rushed' Brexit, and is there a place for genomics in the NHS? Just some of the issues within the pharma sector hitting the headlines this week.
A report looks at how integrated care will underpin NHS plans, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society issues guidance on dangers of polypharmacy, and it turns out that Instagram's most-liked 'egg post' was an advert for mental health.
When German physicist, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, discovered the technique of producing x-rays it wasn’t actually what he was trying to do. It was an accident, so it got us thinking about other accidental discoveries in medicine.