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22 Aug 05

It is often forgotten that until the late 1950s there was no treatment for schizophrenia, or for that matter, any other severe enduring mental illness. The majority of patients admitted to asylum care never left: hence the peak occupancy of 150,000 reported in the UK in 1955. As an interesting comparison, this is twice the current UK prison population.
CSF Medical

The Facts About Job Satisfaction

15 Aug 05

Job satisfaction is an attitude that employees have about their work and is based on numerous factors, both intrinsic and extrinsic to the individual.
i3 Pharma Resourcing

Selection and Assessment Day

15 Aug 05

Clinical Research Academy has decided to implement a sure-fire way of finding top candidates for Clinical Research Associate (CRA) posts – by running a Selection and Assessment Day. The first was held at the end of July in Marlow in the UK.

Working in France

28 Jul 05

Tourists love France and why not you… to work and live in France.
Claire Armstrong i3 Pharma Resourcing

So You Want to Contract Staff?

27 Jul 05

It is now the norm for clinical and medical departments to work with a mixture of headcount, freelance and contract employees as well as outsourcing whole projects and there is no indication that going into 2005 and beyond, that there will be any change in this trend.
i3 Pharma Resourcing

Working in Spain

27 Jul 05

Ever thought of changing your life and living in Spain? We can make it happen and give you advice on visas and working conditions. We are currently looking for clinical research, drug safety, medical information, data management and regulatory affairs professionals, with 12 months’ experience or more, for various opportunities.
i3 Pharma Resourcing

Clinical Research a booming career - Are you ready for it?

18 Jul 05

Clinical Research is about rules and regulations and when one is aware of these rules and regulations then this facilitates working in this field.
Dr Dipti Sawant

Chronic viral hepatitis: B is for billions

28 Jun 05

Despite recent advances in the treatment and management of hepatitis B, the market is still relatively immature, with several key unmet needs. Current pipeline products are expected to account for 89% of total market sales by 2015, however other developmental antivirals are also expected to contribute significantly to future market growth, potentially resulting in new treatment paradigms.


17 Jun 05

The ancient Egyptians thought that diabetes was due to an ‘imbalance of the four bodily elements’ and that the best treatment to give these patients was a mixture of ground earth, water, wheat and lead. Thankfully, things have improved a little since then! In fact, the most important advance in diabetes management occurred in 1921 when the young surgeon Frederick Banting and the even younger medical student, Charles Best, first isolated insulin.
CSF Medical


08 Jun 05

Fewer than 10% of people state that they have never had a headache.1 A recent UK survey identified 7.6% of males and 18.3% of females with migraine within the preceding year.2 Prevalence of migraine was shown to vary with age, rising through early adult life and declining in the late 40s and early 50s. Migraineurs reported at least one migraine attack per month on average, and most experienced interference with daily activities in at least 50% of their attacks.
CSF Medical Communications

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