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.
Who doesn’t like to be asked their opinion at work? Turns out, plenty of us! When the boss has finished explaining the newest initiative and asks for feedback, the vast majority of us will keep our heads down, or glance from face to face, wondering if anyone will dare to speak up.
No time to browse? Pharma headlines are here! Top stories in the first week of December include GSK announcing their acquisition of a US Oncology firm, UK pharma pressing ahead with deals despite Brexit uncertainty, and the UK’s first dedicated Vaccines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is announced. Take a look -
In a hurry? Here’s what’s making news in the nursing and healthcare sectors this week, including attempts to reduce pressure on A&E services, NICE’s moves on transformative healthcare, and a King’s Fund report on UK national health. Take a look!
Star had a wonderful evening celebrating success at this year’s gala dinner for the PharmaTimes Marketer of the Year and Sales Awards held at the Tower Hotel in London, topped off by one of their own taking home one of the most coveted awards of the evening.
December is on the horizon and things are just starting to get festive in the Star offices! Before we get too carried away though, we’ve put together some of the hottest roles with fantastic companies this month. Have a look - maybe you’ll give yourself an early Christmas present!
Star is delighted to be partnering with specialist research-driven Japanese pharma company, Shionogi & Co., Ltd., as they launch a new product into the UK market. In the year they celebrated their 140th anniversary, Shionogi engaged Star to run the initial promotion over 12 months.
From coalitions calling for patient protection post-Brexit, to the MHRA campaign for more reporting of side-effects, and from the UK head of the medicines agency announcing he's to step down, to a scheme to support real-world testing of new products, here’s what’s hitting the headlines this week!
In a hurry? Find top global pharma news right here! This week we’re featuring articles including cases of measles increasing in the UK, Australians calling for more privacy with their medical information, a WHO report mapping global antibiotic use, and concerns within pharma over a no-deal Brexit. Take a look!