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Here's a list of awareness days for Healthcare and Pharma for 2020. Note that this is not an exhaustive list, and if you spot any errors or omissions, let me know.
January National Blood Donor Month National Glaucoma Awareness Month National Volunteer Blood Donor Month  Cervical Cancer Awareness Month National Birth Defects Prevention Month Dry January 19-25th: National Activities Professional Week 25th: National Intravenous Nurse Day February American Heart Month AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month National Cancer Prevention Month National Senior Independence Month  Feb. 1-7: Patient Recognition Week Feb. 3-7: Pride in Food Service Week Feb. 9-15: National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week Feb. 14-21: Alzheimer's and Dementia Staff Education Week February 4th: World Cancer Day …
Investing in structured content management/authoring capabilities without first establishing a supporting backbone is like buying a Porsche when there are no suitable roads to drive on. Amplexor’s Agnes Cwienczek suggests a more sustainable approach.
Today, there are numerous external and internal drivers for life sciences organisations to be collecting, preparing, publishing/submitting and managing more and more data, and to be doing this more and more using a structured format. Regulatory agencies are demanding increased safety and traceability detail; requirements about what goes on packaging and labelling are becoming more stringent; and the public is calling for greater transparency about the products they use. Meanwhile, companies need to be smarter, faster and more cost-efficient in…
Providing electronic product information, something international health authorities are steadily moving towards as a requirement, promises to be a much more efficient and user-friendly way of conveying the latest manufacturing details and safety recommendations to patients and healthcare professionals. But how ready are life sciences companies, asks Amplexor’s Agnes Cwienczek.
Providing electronic product information, something international health authorities are steadily moving towards as a requirement, promises to be a much more efficient and user-friendly way of conveying the latest manufacturing details and safety recommendations to patients and healthcare professionals. But how ready are life sciences companies, asks Amplexor’s Agnes Cwienczek.   Continued reliance on paper-based ins…