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Q&A: Niels Lund

Q&A: Niels Lund

Having had a career in international development, I recognise some of his characters. ... What’s your golden rule/piece of advice for someone starting a career in health advocacy?

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  • Pharma Careers Q&A: Caroline Benson Pharma Careers Q&A: Caroline Benson

    The materials we produce based on these insights mean you can make a difference to people’s lives and this really matters to me. ... She was a nurse and got me into working as a healthcare assistant to fund my degree and PhD.

  • Q&A: Nicola Walsby Q&A: Nicola Walsby

    What’s your favourite bar or eatery? For a special occasion, Hedone in Chiswick is unbelievably good. ... What’s your golden rule/piece of advice for someone starting a career in healthcare comms?

  • Q&A: Pernille Laerkegaard Hansen Q&A: Pernille Laerkegaard Hansen

    It is a fine balance as I also really enjoy the speed in pharma. ... What’s your favourite bar or eatery? In Gothenburg, there’s a fantastic restaurant called SOMM.

  • Q&A: Beth Whitworth Q&A: Beth Whitworth

    What gets you out of bed in the morning? Having a job with purpose. ... Ask questions and don’t become a ‘yes man’. And finally, don’t stop reading.

  • Q&A: Kate Pain Q&A: Kate Pain

    My daughter. She is a ray of sunshine and makes me laugh every day. ... Challenge yourself to be a change agent and try not to fear failure.

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  • Rare disease trials Q&A Rare disease trials Q&A

    With 350 million people affected worldwide, rare diseases represent a major unmet medical need. ... The selection of appropriate endpoints is crucial to provide substantial evidence of the efficacy of a drug.

  • The Orkambi row explained The Orkambi row explained

    Q&A and timeline. The Orkambi row still isn’t resolved. Who is to blame for this mess? ... accept such a public offer without exposing its price negotiations elsewhere in the world.

  • Immunotherapy combination trials Q&A Immunotherapy combination trials Q&A

    What factors should sponsors weigh up when planning a new IO trial in 2019 and beyond? ... as the enthusiasm and available resources to dedicate to a study, should be selected.

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    Is a Q&A session appropriate and is there adequate time allocated? ... If attendance is good, it helps to have a good idea of delegate profiles.

  • Brexit implications for UK pharma legislation Brexit implications for UK pharma legislation

    The EMA and Commission have already issued a Q&A document on ‘certain legal consequences that need to be considered in a timely manner’. ... is a former policy manager at the ABPI and currently works at the House of Commons.

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