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Educating pharma

October 10, 2016
Business Services, Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing educated, funding, medical education, transparency

Originally published in the October issue of Pharmafocus, Sean Murray takes a look at how pharma continues to occupy a key …

Wave Healthcare Communications – Four predictions for med ed in 2016

January 14, 2016
Medical Communications medical education

These are some of the trends Wave foresees in the forthcoming year: Integration We predict there will be a greater …

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GSK explains decision to halt payments to doctors

January 8, 2016
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing GSK, doctor payments, medical education, transparency

GSK has put into practice its pledge to halt payments to doctors to promote its products at medical seminars – …

Watermeadow shortlisted for medical education award

July 1, 2013
Medical Communications Communique, Excellence in Ophthalmology, UK, Watermeadow Medical, award-winning agency, finalist, medical education, ophthalmology, programme

Watermeadow Medical is delighted that one of its educational programmes has been shortlisted for the ‘Excellence in Professional Education Programmes’ …

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Medical education: pharma’s evolving relationship with healthcare professionals

May 23, 2012
Business Services, Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Conference, InPharm, MEP, medical education

There are at least two perspectives of what ‘Medical Education’ means, and certainly many definitions.For doctors and other healthcare professionals, …

Online learning for non-medical prescribers launched

August 12, 2011
Medical Communications Pfizer, Prescriber, medical education, non medical prescribing

Therapeutics PLUS, a free online medical education offering to healthcare professionals has been re-launched. The online resource has been created …

CME Spotlight: Medical communications evolves

November 19, 2010
CME, CME Spotlight, Continuing medical education, Eugene Pozniak, medical education

I recently attended the first meeting of the MedComms Forum in Oxford. The venue of the Natural History Museum was …

New Men’s Health journal launched

November 19, 2010
Medical Communications Trends in Urology and Men's Health, medical education, men's health

A new controlled circulation journal Trends in Urology and Men’s Health has been launched to help promote doctors’ awareness of …

MSD launches asthma training resources

August 6, 2010
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing MSD, asthma, medical education, merck sharp and dohme, nurses

A new training resource aimed at helping primary care nurses manage asthma has been launched with funding from Merck Sharp …

Publication planning: piecing the jigsaw together

March 18, 2010
Medical Communications medical education, publication

In the pharmaceutical industry where every statement of fact must be referenced, trial data is fundamental to the delivery of …

ABPI looks to breathe new life into industry relations

May 20, 2009
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing ABPI, doctors, industry relations, medical education, vita

The ABPI has unveiled a new proactive agenda which it hopes will help improve the industry’s reputation and relationships with …

Medical education: Do you know your audience?

June 16, 2008
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing communications, medical education

Medical education has always been an important part of the mix within pharmaceutical marketing. The planning and development of high …

The Changing Face of Medical Education

May 23, 2007
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing medical education

Is Medical Education the new PR?Phil Sheldon, Managing Director, Resolute Communications:Clients are increasingly waking up to the fact that medical …

Med Ed comes of age

May 17, 2007
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing medical education

Even a casual observer will have noticed the large contribution pharma makes to postgraduate medical education, both in the UK …

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