It’s the first Top Jobs of 2020, and it's a bumper edition! We have some fab positions available this month, including Account Manager, Respiratory Specialist, Medical Science Liaison and Graduate Account Manager jobs across a range of UK territories!
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.
Got five minutes? Sanofi partner with Google on a project that will utilise AI to improve healthcare delivery, the head of GSK flags the need for speed in drug development, and the ABPI shares new guidance on pharma companies working with patients.
At its essence, we are in the ‘people’ business. It’s the relationships we forge - and the trust that we create - that matters most to our success at the end of the day, living the values and culture built by our founders and carried on day-to-day within the business.
Top roles from Star this month include Commercial/Business Unit Director, Product Specialist, Hybrid Medical Sales Representative, Product Surveillance Coordinator and Brand Lead positions across pharma and medical devices. Read more -
Everyone is busy, time is money, etc. You can’t add hours to the day, everyone will always be busy, and prioritising your workload is tricky, but there are a few behaviours you can adopt that’ll streamline your activity and give your productivity a boost. Who doesn’t want that?
This Men’s Health Week, a survey reveals 72% of expat men are worried about healthcare in their new country, nursing profiles are ‘outdated, wrong and undermining’, and over half of female nurses and midwives think male nurses with ‘less qualifications’ are being promoted over them.
2019’s Med-Tech Innovation Expo closes to high praise, a brain stimulation headset is launched to help treat depression, and the NHS Shared Business Services invites bids for its second Medicines Management Prescribing Decision Support Framework for GPs.
England is seeing the highest ever clinical trial participation rate, a new molecular diagnostics business is launched in Manchester, and the NHS accuses Theresa May of not tackling the “country’s biggest injustices”. Read on for the latest pharma headlines making news this week.
The chair of NHS England says integrated care is the future, Europeans are risking chronic diseases due to bad diets, a growing number of Britons are using online fundraising to pay for essential treatment and the number of European nurses arriving in the UK falls.