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Good Relations win Nuffield Health account

Good Relations win Nuffield Health account

The team will be led by Good Relations' executive director for health and wellbeing Sophie Taylor-Roberts, who said: “We are thrilled to be brought on board. ... The team will be led by Good Relations executive director for health and wellbeing Sophie

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  • Sanofi sells European generics to Advent for $2.4bn Sanofi sells European generics to Advent for $2.4bn

    Sanofi has been looking to divest the Zentiva generics unit since 2016 as part of restructuring the business under chief executive Olivier Brandicourt, who said: “Transferring this business to Advent is

  • Amgen and Novartis migraine drug hits the mark again Amgen and Novartis migraine drug hits the mark again

    The 246-patient study involved people with episodic migraine who had previously failed between two and four prior treatments, either because they were ineffective or couldn’t be tolerated, who were ... The drugs are expected to be used most for severe

  • GSK hands rare disease assets over to Orchard GSK hands rare disease assets over to Orchard

    Orchard launched in 2016 and two of its founders are former GSK scientists who worked on the development of Strimvelis and other programmes based on the ex vivo manipulation of haematopoietic ... Since we announced our intent to review these medicines,

  • The Creative Floor launch portfolio and jobs site The Creative Floor launch portfolio and jobs site

    Aiming to inspire individuals, the new site is open to full-time workers, freelancers and students who will have the opportunity to connect with advertising agencies and share their portfolio.

  • Untreatable gonorrhoea on the march worldwide, says WHO Untreatable gonorrhoea on the march worldwide, says WHO

    Untreatable gonorrhoea on the march worldwide, says WHO. Three people with the STI aren’t responding to last-line antibiotics. ... Antibiotic resistance is making a common sexually-transmitted infection tough - and sometimes impossible - to treat,

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  • The threat of antimicrobial resistance The threat of antimicrobial resistance

    A study recently reported in The Lancet Infectious Diseases found that antibiotics are now failing to work in a fifth of patients who suffer an infection after hospital surgery. ... Alongside this, there have been equally important initiatives by the

  • Beyond caring: learning from the unsung advocates in cancer care

    So perhaps unsurprisingly being labelled as a ‘carer’doesn’t strike a chord among people who care. ... This would offer crucial face-to-face advice and support to patients who don’t have an advocate of their own, building a trusting relationship

  • The challenges of making genomics a reality for patients The challenges of making genomics a reality for patients

    However, there are some concerns that medical innovation is outpacing the systems and processes used by the NHS to make new medicines available to those who need them. ... To. make this a reality for all patients who could benefit from precision medicines

  • The Patient Safety Challenge The Patient Safety Challenge

    Many of those who had submitted reports to their organisation never heard anything and no changes were perceived to happen. ... We felt that these were the potential change-makers or champions who could lead the direction of healthcare policy and

  • A new era of smart pharma A new era of smart pharma

    GDPR’s stipulation that patients who grant companies the use of their data can withdraw consent at any time and have it deleted (‘right to erasure’) contradicts regulations governing the integrity ... However for many who suffer from chronic

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Latest appointments

  • VCCP health strengthens client service team VCCP health strengthens client service team

    Rebecca Pawlyn, who joins as senior account executive, brings experience from various marketing agencies with a particular expertise in digital. ... Joining Pawlyn is Lesley Ohene, who becomes VCCP Health’s account executive.

  • Dermavant strengthens executive team Dermavant strengthens executive team

    Peterson, who previously worked at Sienna Biopharmaceuticals as its chief financial officer, comes to Dermavant Sciences with experience in the dermatology space. ... Completing the line-up of new additions is Chris Van Tuyl, who joins as general counsel.

  • Neurocentrx appoints two members to the board Neurocentrx appoints two members to the board

    Joining Brooksby is EUSA Pharma’s former chief medical officer Dr Tim Corn, who becomes the pharma group’s non-executive director.

  • Novo Nordisk appoints new general manager Novo Nordisk appoints new general manager

    Sahota, who brings experience from business, commercial and leadership roles to Novo, was most recently responsible for creating commercial and market development strategies across Europe as senior vice president of market

  • Ipsen bolsters leadership team Ipsen bolsters leadership team

    Also joining Ipsen is Régis Mulot (pictured left), who becomes the company’s executive vice president, chief human resources officer after serving as executive vice preside, t chief human resources officer ... Régis is an experienced international HR

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Latest from PMHub

  • Is agile working benefiting the employee or the organisation?

    com. Angela discusses how ever-increasing number of employees are asking to work more flexibly, with recent data revealing that the number of UK workers who have moved to remote working

  • ECHO Medical Communications

    At ECHO, we are specialists who can rapidly understand your needs. ... We are business strategists, project managers, scientific experts and creative thinkers who have worked across industries.

  • ECHO Medical Communications

    At ECHO, we are specialists who can rapidly understand your needs. ... We are business strategists, project managers, scientific experts and creative thinkers who have worked across industries.

  • Unique forum will unite NHS and industry to drive innovation

    Key speakers. Speakers will include the ministerial lead for life sciences policy and NHS innovation, Lord O’ Shaughnessy, who will lead the first keynote session on the theme of‘ Implementing the ... Another key speaker will be Steve Oldfield, the

  • Meet the CEO behind ReNeuron’s cutting-edge stem cell therapies

    The biotech creates ‘ off-the-shelf’ cell-based therapies, including a CTX stem cell therapy that aims to treat patients who have been left disabled after a stroke, months or even

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