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New White Paper: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in KOL Identification

Diversity, equity, and inclusion practices are sweeping the business world, particularly in diverse countries like the United States. Generational turnover in the US workforce is a key driver of adopting policies that are no longer seen as “feel-good” or just fair, but savvy mainstream business practices. As Gen Z takes its place in professional life …

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White Paper: Optimizing Patient Engagement for Pharma

Technological and cultural forces are shifting the expectations that patients bring to their healthcare. Armed with the ever-growing availability of information (and misinformation) on the internet, patients are asking more questions and taking a more active role in their care. As a result, pharmaceutical companies must optimize how they listen to and engage with patients …

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Thought Leader Select Announces New Assessments of Key Opinion Leaders, Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health, Oncology

Company News Thought Leader Select is pleased to announce a pair of projects in support of a top 10 global biopharmaceutical company as it seeks to develop a portfolio of medicines in women’s health. For the assessments, Thought Leader Select will study key opinion leaders and medical centers of excellence in the treatment of cancers …

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Clinical Trial Ethics

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH According to an article published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, Dr Joseph Ross claimed a study conducted by Parke-Davis, before it was acquired by Pfizer, using gabapentin (Neurontin), as the drug under investigation, appeared to be a “seeding” trial. And while the author states that seeding …

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The Future Integration of Long-Term Care by the Screenagers

Industry Insights from Paul Meade, M. Sc, MPH One word that optimally summarizes long-term care in the United States is fragmentation. Like a microcosm of the overall fragmented healthcare system in the U.S., long-term care suffers from similarly fragmented clinical care, living care, and financing. As the population ages and Baby Boomers retire and take …

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