Discovering New Medicines: Careers in Pharmaceutical Research and Development / Edition 1

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Overview

Over the last 20 years, many factors have combined to change the operating environment of the international pharmaceutical industry. There has been a vast increase in the range and sophistication of functions encompassed by the drug development process and also, of course, in the demands made upon the professionals involved. In response to this increase in specialisation and sophistication, the industry has become progressively more demanding and selective in the professionals it recruits. The objective of this book is to give an overview of the different opportunities in drug discovery and development and the scientific, medical or other specialist training needed to accomplish them. With contributions from medical directors, clinical researchers, pharmacists, drug safety experts, data managers, statisticians, pharmaceutical industry consultants and contractors, regulatory affairs managers, information specialists, lawyers, drug regulators and leading academics, this book will be of great value and interest to professionals entering or moving jobs within the pharmaceutical industry and will also provide an informative and enlightening read for anyone interested in how the drug industry operates.

British orientation/incl. contribution of nursing/recruiting professional staff/preparing a curriculum vitae/sales, etc.

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Gives an overview of the different opportunities in drug discovery and development, and the scientific, medical, and other special training needed. Essays offer a background to pharmaceutical medicine, and discuss careers in pre-clinical research and development, clinical research, and pharmaceutical medicine. Other topics include recruiting professional staff, physicians in sales and marketing, and consultants in pharmaceutical medicine. Includes contacts for useful organizations in the UK. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471941941
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/1/1994
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 406
  • Product dimensions: 5.94 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Preface
1 Pharmaceutical Medicine - Development of a Global Medical Speciality 3
2 Development of Careers in Pharmaceutical Medicine 17
3 UK Trends in Employment in Pharmaceutical Medicine 25
4 Contributions of Schools of Pharmacy to the Pharmaceutical Industry 35
5 The Contribution of Academic Clinical Pharmacology to Medicines Research 48
6 The Contribution of Nursing to Pharmaceutical Medicine 58
7 A Career in Drug Discovery 71
8 The Toxicologist in Pharmaceutical Medicine 83
9 The Role of the Pharmacist in Health Care 93
10 Career Opportunities for Physicians in the Pharmaceutical Industry 107
11 The Clinical Research Associate 118
12 A Career in Clinical Pharmacology 127
13 The Pharmaceutical Physician in Clinical Research 143
14 Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry 153
15 Careers in Data Management 164
16 A Career in Clinical Quality Assurance 172
17 Careers in Contract Clinical Research (I-Europe) 186
18 Careers in Contract Clinical Research (II-USA) 191
19 A Career in Product Registration and Regulatory Affairs 203
20 Pharmacoepidemiology and the Pharmaceutical Industry 214
21 Careers in Medical Information 219
22 Medical Writing as a Career 229
23 Careers in Drug Regulatory Authorities 240
24 Pharmaceutical Law - A New Legal Speciality 247
25 Pharmacoeconomics - New Careers in Pharmaceutical Medicine 261
26 Careers in Industry Associations 270
27 Recruiting Professional Staff 279
28 Preparing a Curriculum Vitae 290
29 Training and Education in Pharmaceutical Medicine 301
30 Career Development in Pharmaceutical Medicine 315
31 Physicians in Sales and Marketing 322
32 Scientists in Sales and Marketing 331
33 Consultant in Pharmaceutical Medicine 341
Useful Information 353
Bibliography 361
Index 371
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