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The ABHI teams up with ITN to explore the impact of tech on healthcare services, a COPD treatment receives CE marking, an NHS hospital begins using robotics in knee surgery, and UK cancer patients now have access to a treatment allowing clinicians to see the position and size of tumours in real time.
Celltrion Healthcare receive EU approval for their Remsima drug, Astellas purchases a gene therapy company for $3 billion, the ABPI recruit internally for their new CEO, could a ‘liquid health check’ predict disease risk, and has uncertainty lead to pharma innovation?
The BMA takes legal action against NHS Property Services over ‘unjustifiable’ rises in service charges, the NHS encourages its staff to get the free flu jab, the Conservative manifesto pledges to add 50,000 nurses in England by 2024-25, and NHS orthopaedic hospitals trial a support app.
Top roles from Star this month include Account Manager, Sales Specialist, Product Manager and Area Business Manager positions within a range of areas including Biologics, Respiratory, and Bone Health/Cardiovascular, and across national locations!
This year’s PT Marketer of the Year and Sales Awards dinner was a huge success for Star, with one of our Stars scooping the ‘Primary Care Sales Professional of the Year’ award, and also a ‘Highly Commended’ in the Secondary Care category.
A new study says older diabetes patients would benefit from wearing glucose monitors, Baring Private Equity Asia is to buy Lumenis, over half of UK SMEs are ‘unprepared’ for Brexit despite further delay, and a UK AI company receives FDA clearance.
With a reduction in many in field sales teams, the need to maximise the value of each customer interaction is paramount. There are many ways to do this, but what is the optimal route to providing real-world coaching support?
Wrestling with needing everything to be ‘just so’ can be a strong motivator, but it can also have the opposite effect. So how do you ensure that you harness the productive elements of being a ‘perfectionist’ and avoid those that can cause anxiety and stall your progress?