Needless Death And Injury: You are at home, office, or traveling and all of a sudden your loved one, your colleague, or your friend collapses without warning and is lifeless on the ground. What do you do…? You panic and become clueless; a sudden cold wave moves across your body and you don’t know … Continue reading Prevent needless deaths
Drug Development - Lessons learnt from HIV and H1N1: The humankind is constantly reminded of the threat of newly emerging infectious diseases - the declaration by the World Health Organization (WHO) about the global H1N1 flu pandemic in June 2009 is just one example. By the time Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO made the … Continue reading Awareness and Knowledge of HIV and H1N1
Very frequently we will be seeing that, someone in a biopharma company will say “it’s time to think about GMP training”. This statement will generally be received with little exuberance from those who get to know however even so a plan will be in place to conduct GMP training over the next 4 or 5 … Continue reading How to make Interesting GMP training?
In today’s fast changing / global business environment, competitive intelligence strategy (CIS) is playing a favourable role at every stage in the organization and has significance presence in the pharmaceutical industry. Competitive Intelligence (CI), is the process of compiling, analyzing intelligence focusing on competitor products, customers, market environment, and really a efficient method in mapping … Continue reading Why Competitive Intelligence is required for the Industry?
Surviving Nuclear Disasters: The power of science will never be able to overcome the power of nature and Natural disaster time and again reminds us of the fact that there are many things beyond human control and imagination, the recent earthquake and following chain of events in Japan has showed us how limited are our … Continue reading What to do if a Nuclear Disaster Is Imminent
Tetrathiomolybdate - A copper-sequestering drug: A study has revealed that Tetrathiomolybdate, a copper-sequestering drug, plays an important role in providing a treatment for Wilson disease, which is caused by an over accumulation of copper and metastatic cancers. Small info is available, however is known about how the drug works at the molecular level. A … Continue reading Tetrathiomolybdate, a copper-sequestering drug, effective against Wilson disease
Employment Trends in Healthcare: Over last 12 months hiring in various industries slowed down significantly except healthcare. A survey initiated in Q4 2009 to analyse the human resource scenario in Indian healthcare domains, conducted by harneedi.com. Skills in Demand: With the consistent upward trend in the healthcare Industry there is huge demand for Specialist doctors … Continue reading Human Resource scenario in Indian Healthcare