ProClinical Life Sciences Recruitment Blog

4 tech giants venturing into health technology

Posted by Monique Ellis

11/10/17 15:30

Medical technology is taking the world by storm, and transforming the healthcare as we know it. They are using their exceptional technological prowess and innovation to develop healthcare solutions that used to belong only in science fiction.

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Topics: Digital health

Top 10 locations for life science jobs in the world

Posted by Monique Ellis

04/10/17 15:34

The life sciences industry is becoming increasingly globalised, resulting in a higher demand for life science professionals who have experience in different global markets. Considering life science jobs abroad may be the key to the career boost you’re looking for. But where can you find the best opportunities?

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Topics: Career advice, Top 10 blog

3 steps to making yourself irreplaceable at work

Posted by Monique Ellis

27/09/17 15:00

In today’s job market, job security can be hard to come by. The life science industry is no stranger to major acquisitions, mergers and organisational restructuring, which can lead to mass redundancies and that horrible feeling of uncertainty. If you’re a life science employee looking for a stability, you may be asking yourself, how can I become irreplaceable at work?

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Topics: Career advice, Motivation

What is immuno-oncology? Uncovering the future of cancer therapy

Posted by Monique Ellis

20/09/17 15:30

Hailed as one of the most exciting and unique cancer treatments of today, here’s everything you need to know about this medical marvel.

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Topics: Life sciences news, Clinical research

Top CRO mergers and acquisitions of 2017

Posted by Monique Ellis

13/09/17 15:30

2017 has been quite the year for contract research organisations (CROs), with several significant mergers and acquisitions marking the fast-growing trend of CRO consolidation within the pharmaceutical industry.

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Topics: Life sciences news

What is the difference between HEOR and market access jobs?

Posted by Harry Williams

06/09/17 15:30

Health economics and outcomes reach (HEOR) and market access are two separate sectors within a pharmaceutical company, yet they work towards the same goal: helping to gain market approval for a drug by determining how much it should cost, and why. Both fields work together to ensure that patients have access to the drugs they need.

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Topics: Career advice

What makes a successful recruitment consultant?

Posted by Monique Ellis

30/08/17 15:30

Undertaking a career in recruitment is both complex and straightforward. If you have the right attitude and are hungry for success, nothing can stand in your way. However, the making of a truly successful recruitment consultant involves a developed and multi-faceted set of skills that only a few possess.

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Topics: Career advice, Motivation, Recruitment

Why did the best candidate decline your job offer?

Posted by Peter Hogg

24/08/17 11:49

As an employer in the life sciences industry, you know that it is not easy to find the perfect candidate for your vacancy. This makes it all the more painful when you think you’ve found the one, only for them to reject your job offer, setting you back to square one. Through examining the key reasons why candidates turn down job offers, we can help you to allay these costly setbacks and turn your company into one that can hire more of the industry’s top talent.

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Topics: Recruitment, Human Resources, Employee engagement, Human capital management, Employer brand

What is pharmacovigilance and why is it important?

Posted by Kevin Hansberry

23/08/17 15:30

Pharmacovigilance is concerned with only two outcomes: safety and efficacy. Does a drug work and is it safe? It touches on almost every aspect of the drug lifecycle - from preclinical development to post-market surveillance - making it one of the most fundamental functions within a life science company.

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Topics: Career advice

Why medical volunteering could be the most challenging and rewarding thing you’ll ever do

Posted by Monique Ellis

09/08/17 11:36

The world is in the midst of one of the most terrible humanitarian crises in history. With no access to food, medical aid and continued displacement, millions of people globally are at risk of dying as a result of conflict or starvation. Medical volunteering abroad is a fantastic way for medical workers to make a difference to the lives of those who need it most. Here’s why:

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Topics: Motivation, Job satisfaction, ProClinical news