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| 4th July 2017
Damien Parsonage explains how the creative department at Blue Latitude Health creates work that resonates with customers and delivers results.
| 15th June 2017
The 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law last December during the Obama administration. It brings numerous changes to the US drug development landscape, impacting patients, academia, research institutions, and industry. Over the last number of months Blue Latitude have been engaging with US pharma companies to help our clients understand its implications and how it could be leveraged.
| 19th May 2017
Anne Legendre reviews the scientific rationale behind immunotherapy combinations and Frances Hendry examines how partnerships, co-marketing and positioning drugs will play key roles in shaping the competitive landscape in oncology.
| 12th April 2017
Cultural context is everything when you’re working with teams from a different background to your own. Senior Associate UX Researcher Dorottya Okros talks through the common communication and negotiation pitfalls of working with Eastern Europe and the CIS for British presenters.
| 5th April 2017
Channel strategy has long been a hot topic for pharma and is often regarded as the answer to many of today’s marketing challenges. Head of Brand Strategy Jenna Earl discusses these challenges faced by pharmaceutical marketers today, and if channel disruption is really the answer.
| 15th March 2017
Although not without its challenges, the appropriate care and support available to patients with prostate cancer is gradually evolving. Associate Consultant Frances Peters takes a look at the issues and concerns facing the caregivers of those with prostate cancer.
| 12th December 2016
The last decade has seen the rapid growth of biologics in the pharma market, making them a key sector to watch. With their growing popularity, it’s important to understand the opportunities and threats they present. Associate Consultant Ditte Funding takes us through how biologics are made, what makes them unique, and what it all means for pharma companies.
| 16th November 2016
Account Executive Victoria Morton explores what it’s like to live with Crohn’s disease as a young person, and investigates what’s being done to tackle the gaps in treatment options for patients.