The Medical Affairs and Healthcare Industry Chronicle

Let’s get Digital – Things to Consider on the Path to Digital Excellence

Since my last blog I have taken part in translation company TransPerfect’s online panel discussion on digital excellence in medical affairs, co-chaired a webinar with Peter Brodbin on Medical Information Innovation, and realised that the end of the year is nigh, again. To my irritation, the impending end of the year always takes me by

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Nobody drives a Lamborghini just to get from A to B

I am hugely motivated by the recent DIA Medical Information and Medical Communications meeting in Barcelona. The conference was a success, the speakers shared excellent case studies, the audience was engaged, and it was a pleasure to welcome many newcomers to the Medical Information community. Today’s blog covers some of the topics raised by newcomers

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Change management in practice in Medical Information

Welcome to this week’s blog. I am excited to be off to the first in person DIA meeting I have been to since 2019. I am excited to see old friends and to make new ones. There is still time for you to sign up for the meeting. You can join us in person in

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What great leaders and the Queen have in common

In the past week thousands queued in line waiting to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin as it lay in state. Today a nation bids farewell as the state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch is held in London. Queen Elizabeth II reigned for 70 years. Reflecting with a British friend

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How to lead in times of crisis, remote working

One of the only constants in life is change. One of the good changes is that physical meetings are back. In a month I hope to see many of you at this year’s DIA Medical Information and Communications conference in Barcelona where I will be co-chairing the opening sessions on change management in practice and

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Key Tips for Effective Panel Discussions, Codes, Regulations and Compliance

I hope you have had a wonderful summer holiday and are getting ready to head back to the office full of energy! To help you get started, today’s topics are all practical: – How not to fail at anything in biotech & pharma– Key tips for effective panel discussions– Global, regional, local regulations, codes and

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Why Hospitals Should Integrate a Medical Information Approach

Today’s topics: – Why hospitals should adopt a Medical Information approach– Why biotech start-ups fail – Making clinical trials more accessible for people with disabilities– Age is just a number Why Hospitals Should Adopt a Medical Information Approach In the past weeks I have been a frequent visitor to the local hospital’s ICU. The level

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