Patient care is at the centre of our entire industry and nurses play a key role for countless lives. For insight into the lives of nurses, we recently sat down with one in Germany to hear about their inspiring career.
In late October 2011, the United Nations declared the world’s population to have surpassed 7 billion and predicted it would reach 9 billion by the middle of the 21st century. 1 This milestone prompted international discussion about the needs of humanity among the G-20 leadership to look at ways in which society could face the challenges of providing safety and security for all – a mission that is now carried forward by the UN Population Fund
How UNOPA is improving the prospects of HIV-impacted communities
Many stakeholders surround patients in their quest for diagnosis, treatment and disease management today. Sometimes we hear stories from patients, but today we look at another critical stakeholder – patient associations. These organizations fulfil the common needs of patients and families affected by specific diseases; they serve as a pillar of support; provide a fountain of knowledge and more importantly create a community of caring to connect with individual needs of people learning to adjust and manage their health journey.
Mylan is committed to delivering better health for a better world and this includes our passion to continue fighting HIV in Europe and around the world.
Medicines for Ireland has announced the appointment of Mylan Ireland Country Manager, Owen McKeon, as new chairperson of the organisation, taking over from Sandra Gannon (Teva Pharmaceuticals Ireland) and Jeffrey Walsh (Pinewood Healthcare).
Launched in 2013, The Irish Laboratory Awards is seen as the leading event in Ireland that benchmarks those who have shown excellence, best practice and innovation in Ireland’s laboratories.
Behind the growth of any great organisation is a financial strategy and team relentlessly focused on the resources of the company.