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  • Janssen Cilag Archives - Star Medical
    relatively recent times was in 1985 when only 11 new products went to market and activity peaked in Posted in Industry News Tagged AstraZeneca Bristol Myers Squibb Janssen Cilag Pfizer pharma industry Pharmaceutical companies pharmaceutical products Product launches Resourcing Roche Sarah Whitby Star Star Medical Leave a comment Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 1 January 2016 1 November 2015 5 October 2015 1 September 2015 1 April 2015 2

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/tag/janssen-cilag/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Resourcing Archives - Star Medical
    declined overall but last year broke the trend with a record breaking 39 projects approved The biggest slump in relatively recent times was in 1985 when only 11 new products went to market and activity peaked in Posted in Industry News Tagged AstraZeneca Bristol Myers Squibb Janssen Cilag Pfizer pharma industry Pharmaceutical companies pharmaceutical products Product launches Resourcing Roche Sarah Whitby Star Star Medical Leave a comment Star introduces its Medical Communication resourcing team Posted on March 15 2012 by Mark Star s delighted to announce that it s launched a Medical Communications resourcing team This team complements Star s existing portfolio of services in the pharma healthcare and clinical markets and direct to headcount contract and Master Vendor resourcing The move came in response to an increasing number of requests for help from candidates and customers in Medical Communications Posted in Company Information Tagged Healthcare Medical Communications Medical Communications Recruitment Resourcing Star Star Medical Leave a comment Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 1 January 2016 1 November 2015 5 October 2015 1 September 2015 1 April 2015 2 February 2015 1 January 2015 1 November 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 2 August 2014 2 July 2014

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/tag/resourcing/ (2016-02-16)
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  • The pharma industry: is social media worth the risk?
    industry regulator addressed the area so directly and came ahead of US guidelines from the FDA Rules and Regulations But rather than formulate new rules for tools like Twitter the PMCPA instead put together a Q A document to explain how digital communication fits into its existing regulations In the US the FDA regulations associated with social media in pharma marketing are extremely strict In fact it wasn t until December 2011 that they released their Guidance on Social Media which even then was somewhat ambiguous for those that are interested and want to attempt a translation click here Good luck Patient to patient conversations present the biggest opportunity for risk and often the only solution is to remove the tête à tête and prevent any breach in compliance The big question is the return greater then the risk How many of you Google your symptoms and self diagnose How many of you are following your favourite brands on Twitter or Facebook to get the latest news and offers As consumers we want to know as much as we can We re keen to educate ourselves and enjoy the sense of control networks and forums blogs and tweets facilitate these things for marketers they re an important way to push and pull customers Over the years there have been proven success stories Look at Janssen s award winning 360 Psoriasis campaign or Pfizer s social media refresh of The Real Danger campaign Not only are these companies educating their audience they re promoting brand awareness and pushing global presence Embrace the change As long as pharma companies spend the time and money yes it does cost money for this to be a success but that s a blog for another day on staff training and making the right movements then

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/2012/10/19/the-pharma-industry-is-social-media-worth-the-risk/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Top 5 reasons to blog
    not blog at all and the more blogs the better It s been shown that companies who increase their blogging activity from 3 5 times per month to 6 8 times per month almost double their leads 1 A blog can establish you as an industry expert Blogs are the perfect way to demonstrate your expertise industry knowledge and enable you to become a trusted advisor within your sector This can increase your credibility potential business leads and eventually sales This takes time and commitment and you ll need to develop your relationships further with clients and customers as well A blog can help you target your clients Blogs don t involve direct promotion of products and services but it s still a way to market your business If you proactively talk about the industry you work in and the individual challenges of your target audience and have gathered an online following you re getting your name in front of important customers and clients A blog creates an online community Share your blog on sites such as LinkedIn and join in online conversations You ll create a community of followers and talk to new people in a way and language they understand It ll also allow your customers to easily communicate with you they can talk about their thoughts ideas queries and knowledge in a less formal way It s a chance for both parties to learn from each other Blogging is fun Use your blog to share workplace updates and engage your colleagues with creative new ideas and come up with colourful and engaging topics blogging can be a lot of fun We would love to hear your expirience with blogging Let us know your thoughts on our Facebook page 1 http blog hubspot com blog tabid 6307 bid

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/2013/03/28/top-5-reasons-to-blog/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Clinical Trials and Children- Is it ethical? - Star Medical Blog
    either a child s response can t be predicted based on adult studies because of changes in metabolism side effects and susceptibility can change in an individual over time The Pediatric Research Consultancy PRC a company dedicated to clinical trials on the younger population manages both pharmaceutical and academic pediatric clinical trials it has 17 years of experience in pediatric trials in site management They discuss why pediatric trials may fail and how this company can prevent the failure for the trials here Another source that supports clinical trials in children states that clinical trials yield important information on a medical product s safety dosing and effectiveness which is the basis for FDA approval and product labeling Health care providers use labeling information to prescribe the right product for their patients and to monitor them for potential side effects This includes prescribing the right drug at the right dose Tell me more As part of my research I posted a poll on LinkedIn to see what my industry colleagues thought about the subject Here are a few of the responses I received Thank you for the interesting question though I would suggest that a yes no answer is not applicable because the answer in my view is it depends Clearly as a general principle we need to balance the ethics of testing medicines with children against the ethics of not testing which has previously resulted in medication errors under or over prescribing leading to iatrogenic harms and occasionally death I would ask the question is this particular research protocol ethical bearing in mind the disease the drug the age of the child country where it is to be performed risk v benefit to child study phase competence and capacity to assent etc etc etc Jane Lamprill Paediatric Research Advisor UK

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/2012/10/21/clinical-trials-and-children-is-it-ethical/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Agency or in-house recruiter: who works best?
    networks and access to active candidate pools Good recruiters will always keep in touch with warm candidates and will leverage relationships with past candidates to uncover good referrals The need for speed in recruitment to manage costs and to fill roles especially empty ones must be balanced with the need to find the best candidate for the role covering all aspects including cultural fit Quality of Hire To get the best person for any position you need to have adequate resource and access to the best candidates in that market whether they re passive or actively looking for a new role Most internal recruiters at least in medium to large sized companies rely on web based systems to do the initial screening and culling of unsuitable applicants and moreover they re usually not networking day in day out with the best candidates operating in their market place Good agency recruiters will interview all candidates face to face or by telephone Skype or Face Time if that s really not possible because of short timelines for example so they should get a much better impression of candidate quality and cultural tendencies from the start On the flip side it s fair to say that nobody knows the culture of the hiring business better than a company employee Sector expertise One challenge all recruiters face is the breadth of roles they recruit for Internal recruitment teams in any company will recruit positions ranging from Marketing Assistant to Financial Director right the way through to Operations Manager all of those roles and everything in between require the recruiter to adapt their skills and lean on different experiences This is true of an agency recruiter but more often than not the agency will specialise in the area the company requires technical specialist agency recruiters

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/2013/02/26/agency-or-in-house-recruiter/ (2016-02-16)
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  • in house recruitment Archives - Star Medical
    business you should consider factors such as cost efficiency quality of the hire and of course the expertise of the Posted in About Star Advice Comment Tagged Agency recruitment in house recruitment Mark Williams recruitment agencies Star Star Medical Leave a comment Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 1 January 2016 1 November 2015 5 October 2015 1 September 2015 1 April 2015 2 February 2015 1 January 2015 1

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/tag/in-house-recruitment/ (2016-02-16)
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  • recruitment agencies Archives - Star Medical
    I was young and passionate about cars and saw this as an ideal way of combining my hobby with gaining some extra pocket money The advert said to call and speak to the MD so Posted in Advice Tagged Agency interviews Healthcare Pharma recruitment website pharmaceutical industry recruitment agencies Star Medical recruitment Steve Waller Leave a comment Agency or in house recruiter who works best Posted on February 26 2013 by Mark This may seem a controversial topic for an agency recruiter to talk about but I ll try and keep this as unbiased as possible In deciding whether agency or in house recruiters will work best for your business you should consider factors such as cost efficiency quality of the hire and of course the expertise of the Posted in About Star Advice Comment Tagged Agency recruitment in house recruitment Mark Williams recruitment agencies Star Star Medical Leave a comment Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 1 January 2016 1 November 2015 5 October 2015 1 September 2015 1 April 2015 2 February 2015 1 January 2015 1 November 2014 1 October 2014 1 September 2014 2 August 2014 2 July 2014 1 June 2014 2 May 2014 1

    Original URL path: http://www.starmedical.co.uk/blog/tag/recruitment-agencies/ (2016-02-16)
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