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This page shows the latest skills development news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Taking the ‘free’ out of ‘freelance’ and bringing it in-house

Taking the ‘free’ out of ‘freelance’ and bringing it in-house

Even if you're not in client services, a lot of (unpaid) time and effort is devoted to business development skills. ... The upside is that freelancers have a lot to offer: excellent communication, client-development, financial and business skills.

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  • 20/20 vision 20/20 vision

    Pharmaceutical communicators will also need to adapt their skills and approaches with the increasing demands of drug development, combined with the personalisation of therapies for rare diseases, as well as precision ... And the Healthcare Communications

  • Skills shortage and Brexit will hit R&D, warns UK pharma Skills shortage and Brexit will hit R&D, warns UK pharma

    Andrew Miles, UK General Manager and SVP UK and Ireland Pharmaceuticals, GSK said: “The pace of medicines development is faster than ever before, and the skills required are complex and often ... To bridge the skills gap, the ABPI has unveiled concrete

  • Synergy Vision comes sixth in UK's Best Workplaces awards Synergy Vision comes sixth in UK's Best Workplaces awards

    environment, utilising skills and continuing professional development. ... entire team stating that there is someone at the agency who cares about them as an individual and encourages their development.

  • IMS Health to merge with Quintiles IMS Health to merge with Quintiles

    Pike said: “This combination addresses life sciences companies' most pressing needs: to transform the clinical development of innovative medicines, demonstrate the value of these medicines in the real world, and drive ... Quintiles IMS said it intends

  • Pharma can learn to invent like an entrepreneur Pharma can learn to invent like an entrepreneur

    a pipeline of development strategy; these have been the bedrock of clinical-led innovation for decades. ... Typically, he will continually check in with his customer throughout the development cycle.

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  • The field team are off the road! What should they do next? The field team are off the road! What should they do next?

    Communicate complex data and messages swiftly:knowledge and skills development work better when delivered together. ... Develop digital communications skills:training can boost your team’s competencies and confidence in the digital sphere.

  • Waking the sleeping giant Waking the sleeping giant

    There’s technology, yes, but skills development and access to information are equally important, because these are the pillars on which innovation is built. ... Then, there’s the opportunity that accompanies promising economic growth, positive

  • Medical affairs Medical affairs

    There is a drive to accelerate the drug development process by using trial designs that promise greater flexibility and efficiency. ... As the expectations of patients and HCPs will evolve with time, so the role will continue to change accordingly and

  • Is ‘value’ in the eye of the beholder? Is ‘value’ in the eye of the beholder?

    collaboration and skills development.

  • ‘Dear Pharma, stop talking, start delivering’ ‘Dear Pharma, stop talking, start delivering’

    Barrier 3: No quick rewards for the brave. Engaging patients requires the development of specific skills and technology.

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Latest appointments

  • Immunocore names new CEO, Nanoform adds to commercial team and Verona hires CMO Immunocore names new CEO, Nanoform adds to commercial team and Verona hires CMO

    and development arm, and a member of the senior executive team reporting to the CEO. ... Dr. Rickard’s extensive expertise in respiratory drug development, combined with her strong leadership skills will be a tremendous asset as we prepare for the

  • Pharma industry appointments Pharma industry appointments

    activities and continues to advance its lead drug candidate, XF-73, through clinical development.”. ... Philip Payne, chief commercial officer, Concept Life Sciences, said: “John’s strong business development and project management skills, and

  • Former Novartis exec joins Genmab Former Novartis exec joins Genmab

    Based out of the biotech's Princeton, US office, Dr Klimovsky will be responsible for the company's global product development strategy. ... She has a strong track record and skills in cancer drug development which will further strengthen the company as

  • Metrion Biosciences expands operations team Metrion Biosciences expands operations team

    His excellent project management skills, business development credentials and scientific expertise are ideally suited for the new role and we look forward to working with him on our team.”.

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