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November 2004
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PharmaCase
Making a case for Quality Improvement Systems QIS, A Field-Based [...]
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Talent Pool
Talent Pool Executive Appointments and Promotions Pharma POOL Michael D. [...]
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What’s New
What’s New New healthcare-related products, services, and companies Elsevier/International Medical [...]
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E-Media
E-Media New electronic and web-based applications, sites, and technologies McGraw-Hill [...]
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PharmaTrax
Pharma trax Sales, marketing, And R&D Trends affecting the healthcare [...]
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Letter from the Editor
Processing the Process According to executives across all industry sectors, [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

PharmaOutlet
Creating Greater Value for Life-Sciences Research Contributed by Mark Stinson, [...]
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On the Calendar
Your Source for Life-Sciences Events and Conference Information Professional education [...]
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What’s on Your Mind — Opinions
A Technology Revolution The pharmaceutical industry spends about billion [...]
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On The Cover

Era of Efficiency — Provider Selection and the RFP Process
Pharma Forum Era of Efficiency? Provider Selection and the RFP Process By Elisabeth Pena As procurement departments gain a stronger foothold within pharmaceutical companies, service providers are learning how to best work within the RFP process to create meaningful partnerships. Service providers to the pharmaceutical industry, from agencies to CROs to IT companies to market [...]
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Elisabeth Pena

Features

Celebrating the Value of Professional Advertising: The Doctors’ Choice Awards
More than 11,000 physicians cast their vote for the top medical journal ads of 2003. The winners were selected from 291 journal advertisements representing the top 200 advertised products in 2003. The Association of Medical Publications (AMP) created The Doctors’ Choice Awards (TDC) in 2003 as a research and awards program to honor the best [...]
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Virtual Research Comes of Age
Through predictive biosimulation technologies that replicate experiments in a computer, companies are starting to reduce the time it takes to identify possible drug targets. Imagine a world where drug-discovery researchers have powerful tools at hand that enable them to create computer models of how chemicals react in cells. Imagine having better information about the safety [...]
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Denise Myshko

Learning How Doctors Learn: Research to Realism in CME
View on CME In an exclusive to PharmaVOICE, Anne Goodrich, Director of Research at The Pri-Med Institute, and Joe Panepinto, Ph.D., VP at Pri-Med Online, discuss four key themes for the success of any CME enterprise aimed at practicing clinicians. The continuous challenge for providers of professional education, is to understand the learning preferences of [...]
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Edward J. Ludwig — A Global Citizen in a Changing World
BD, a 100-plus-year-old medical-technology company, is blazing a global path with a purpose of helping all people live healthy lives thanks in large part to the progressive and determined efforts of its Chairman, President, and CEO, Edward J. Ludwig. Edward J. Ludwig, who has spent 25 years at BD (Becton, Dickinson and Co.), is helping [...]
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Kim Ribbink

PharmaOutlet
Mark Stinson Talks About Creating Greater Value for Life-Sciences Research.
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