Beat the back to work blues with a back to school mentality

September; a month for getting the kids back to school, watching the leaves turn brown, and dreaming of those long, hot summer days. If you’ve been on holiday, you’ll have suffered with those back to work blues. And if you’ve not, it probably feels like literally everyone else has been away – the office has …Read More

The Week in Pharma

In a hurry to catch up on the latest news in pharma, biotech and healthcare from this week? We’ve pulled together the articles we think you should be reading:   Bowel cancer screening to start earlier in England Public Health England announced this week that screening for bowel cancer will now start at the age …Read More

7 Steps to an Effective and Successful Onboarding Scheme

When you bring new people into your organisation it is important to ensure that their introduction to your working environment is positive, friendly and informative. An experience that goes way beyond meeting team members and being shown the facilities. A well thought out onboarding scheme can go a long way to really helping a new …Read More

First new malaria drug in 60 years approved by FDA

We haven’t seen a new drug introduced to the market to tackle recurring malaria in over 60 years – but thanks to a team of scientists at GSK, who worked in collaboration with Medicines for Malaria, that all looks set to change. Krintafel (tafenoquine) has already been given the go ahead by the FDA, with …Read More

The Week in Pharma

In a hurry to catch up on the latest news in pharma, biotech and healthcare from this week? We’ve pulled together the articles we think you should be reading:   Stopping type 1 diabetes from birth Experts believe they may have found a way to prevent high risk babies from developing type 1 diabetes.   …Read More

The Week in Pharma

In a hurry to catch up on the latest news in pharma, biotech and healthcare from this week? We’ve pulled together the articles we think you should be reading:   ‘Remarkable’ therapy beats terminal breast cancer The life of a woman with terminal breast cancer has been saved by a pioneering new therapy, say US …Read More

The Carrot Effect – how a new job could change your life

A new job often means a positive change is coming to our way of life – and that’s one of the reasons why we love what we do here at Carrot! But what we often don’t realise is how this positive change can literally change the lives of those we work with. Why? Because a …Read More

The Week in Pharma

In a hurry to catch up on the latest news in pharma, biotech and healthcare from this week? We’ve pulled together the articles we think you should be reading:   Heavy-period drug can treat brain haemorrhage A drug used for heavy periods could benefit patients with strokes caused by dangerous brain bleeds, experts says. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-44112754 …Read More

The Week in Pharma

Missed the latest in pharma, healthcare and biotech this week? We’ve pulled together seven articles from the past seven days we think you should read:   Health ministers have urged a pharmaceutical company to drop the price of a life-changing cystic fibrosis (CF) drug for NHS patients Health ministers have requested Vertex Pharmaceuticals to drop …Read More

The changing role of MSLs – are they becoming more commercial?

Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are healthcare consulting professionals who are employed by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and managed care companies. Their role is to build relationships with key opinion leaders (KOLs), allowing a trusted glimpse into the market and competition. The term MSL has been around since the late 1960s, but there’s been a recent, …Read More