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Pharma Opportunities and Risks Multiply as Regulatory Reform Remakes APAC: Expanded Accelerated Pathways Challenge Developer Value Story, Evidence Collection, and Market Access Strategies.

Sweeping reforms in the largest markets of the Asia-Pacific region are transforming the regulatory and commercial landscape for foreign pharmaceutical companies. Japan, South Korea, and China are leading the charge, establishing mechanisms and infrastructure that both reflect and help drive international regulatory convergence and accelerate delivery of needed, innovative products to patients. In this rapidly evolving regulatory and commercial environment, drug developers can benefit from reforms and prolif...

Extraordinary Care for Extraordinary Conditions: Constructing Parental Care for Serious Mental Illness in Japan.

This article presents an account of how Japanese parents in a family support group for mental illness constructed understandings of care for adult children with serious mental illness, primarily schizophrenia. I build from Janis H. Jenkins's research on the "extraordinary condition" of schizophrenia to discuss "extraordinary care," which parents practiced as a way to refute cultural and clinical beliefs about pathogenic families and degenerative diseases. Parents' accounts of extraordinary care revealed a r...

Microbial Stress Meeting: From systems to molecules and back.

The 4th Microbial Stress Meeting: from Systems to Molecules and Back was held in April 2018 in Kinsale, Ireland. The meeting covered five main topics: 1. Stress at the systems and structural level; 2. Responses to osmotic and acid stress; 3. Stress responses in single cells; 4. Stress in host-pathogen interactions; and 5. Biotechnological optimisation of microorganisms through engineering and evolution, over three days. Almost 130 delegates, from 24 countries and both the industrial and academic sectors, at...

'Bioethical Realism': A Framework for Implementing Universal.

Implementation of existing ethical guidelines for international collaborative medical and health research is still largely controversial in sub-Saharan Africa for two major reasons: One, they are seen as foreign and allegedly inconsistent with what has been described as an 'African worldview', hence, demand for their strict implementations reeks of 'bioethical imperialism'. Two, they have other discernible inadequacies - lack of sufficient detail, apparent as well as real ambiguities, vagueness and contradi...

Internet and Audiology: A Review of the Third International Meeting.

In this introduction, the four members of the scientific committee for the Third International Meeting on Internet and Audiology describe the meeting that took place at the University of Louisville on July 27-28, 2017.

Report From the 20th Meeting of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO 2017).

This is a report from the 20th Meeting of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO) held in Vienna, Austria on November 4 to 7, 2017. The conference offered state-of-the-art educational sessions and oral and poster abstract presentations. The general sessions throughout the meeting focused not only on prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, and translational research but also emerging trends, and current innovations in gynecological cancers were discussed. The ESGO-European Society for Rad...

Oral health waits another seven UN years.

An opportunity for oral health to be placed on the agendas of world leaders and policy makers arose and was then omitted at a recent meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN). The opening arose during a high-level meeting (27 Sept 2018) that was convened to discuss the global impact of non-communicable diseases. However, in the event, oral health was never singled out during the presentations nor was it included in the final political declaration committing signatories to take action on its...

Scientific overview on CSCI-CITAC Annual General Meeting and 2017 Young Investigators' Forum.

The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Society of Clinician Investigators (CSCI) and Clinician Investigator Trainee Association of Canada/Association des Cliniciens-Chercheurs en Formation du Canada (CITAC/ACCFC) was a national Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in Toronto, Ontario November 20-22, 2017, in conjunction with the University of Toronto Clinician Investigator Program Research Day. The theme for this year's meeting was "Roll up your sleeves-How to manage your physician scientist career", ...

Data and Corporate Governance in Pharma and Digital Health: A Necessary Regulatory Convergence.

Data and Corporate Governance in Pharma and Digital Health: A Necessary Regulatory Convergence.

A Study of Anti-Fat Bias among Danish General Practitioners and Whether This Bias and General Practitioners' Lifestyle Can Affect Treatment of Tension Headache in Patients with Obesity.

The study investigated whether treatment options for episodic tension-type headache vary among general practitioners (GPs) in Denmark depending on the patients' weight status and gender, and whether these decisions can be explained by the GPs' own anti-fat bias and lifestyle.

Proceedings of the EuBIC developer's meeting 2018.

The inaugural European Bioinformatics Community (EuBIC) developer's meeting was held from January 9th to January 12th 2018 in Ghent, Belgium. While the meeting kicked off with an interactive keynote session featuring four internationally renowned experts in the field of computational proteomics, its primary focus were the hands-on hackathon sessions which featured six community-proposed projects revolving around three major topics: Here, we present an overview of the scientific program of the EuBIC develope...

To fight tuberculosis, fund basic research.

Tuberculosis (TB) is now the leading cause of death from infectious disease. On September 26, 2018, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly holds its first high-level meeting on TB, a once-in-a-lifetime chance to commit governments around the world to redouble their TB control efforts. Here I share impressions from a preparatory meeting at the UN in June and make the case for basic research as a central component of any future TB control strategy. The pathogen that causes TB, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, is...

Women in (neuro)science: report of a meeting held at the University of Valencia, Spain, in February 2018.

February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To mark this day, research centers and universities were invited by the Spanish Neuroscience Association to organize a symposium. Twenty-five centers in Spain participated in the event, with the intent of giving visibility to the existing problem of the scarcity of women compared with men in (neuro)science in positions of responsibility and command. Fourteen neuroscientists, all staff members of the University of Valencia, arranged the me...

End-of-life Decisions in Emergency Patients: Prevalence, Outcome, and Physician Effect.

End-of-life decisions (EOLD) represent potentially highly consequential decisions often made in acute situations, such as "do not attempt resuscitation" (DNAR) choices at emergency presentation.

New approaches in psychiatric drug development.

Numerous novel neuroscience-based drug targets have been identified in recent years. However, it remains unclear how these targets relate to the expression of symptoms in central nervous system (CNS) disorders in general and psychiatric disorders in particular. To discuss this issue, a New Frontiers Meetings of European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) was organized to address the challenges in translational neuroscience research that are impeding the effective development of new treatments. The ma...

The establishment of a shared care plan as it is experienced by elderly people and their next of kin: A qualitative study.

One strategy to achieve coordination of care for older people with complex care needs is the establishment of shared care plans. The aim of this study was to explore the process of establishing a shared care plan from the perspective of elderly people and their next of kin. Data were collected via 12 semi-structured interviews with 12 older persons targeted in joint care planning and 11 next of kin, either alone or together. The analysis was conducted using content analysis. The results reflect the process ...

A Comparative Review of Marketing Authorization Decisions in Switzerland, the EU, and the USA.

In this study we compared Swissmedic's (SMC's) regulatory marketing authorization decisions to those of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European drug regulatory authorities (EU). We investigated the overall similarity of the regulatory decisions, approval, and postmarketing withdrawal rates in the 3 jurisdictions. In case regulatory decisions diverged, we analyzed the reasons for rejection of marketing authorization applications (MAAs).

Older Adult and Surrogate Perspectives on Serious, Difficult, and Important Medical Decisions.

To elicit decisions that diverse older adults and surrogates perceive as serious, difficult, or important and explore what helped them make those decisions.

Probability discounting of treatment decisions in multiple sclerosis: associations with disease knowledge, neuropsychiatric status, and adherence.

Patients weigh risks and benefits when making treatment decisions. Despite this, relatively few studies examine the behavioral patterns underpinning these decisions. Moreover, individual differences in these patterns remain largely unexplored.

ESH Annual Meeting 2018: Reinhold Kreutz reports on the 28th European Meeting on Hypertension and Cardiovascular Protection that took place in Barcelona, Spain, 8-11 June.

Clinical trials go virtual, big pharma dives in.

From molecular mechanisms to functional impact: Developing integrated analyses in neurotoxicology - The 16 biennial meeting International Neurotoxicology Association and 8 meeting of the NeuroToxicity Society.

Meeting Report: The 61st Annual Meeting of the CSMB, Membrane Proteins in Health and Disease.

This is a synopsis of the 61st Annual Meeting of the CSMB, Membrane Proteins in Health and Disease.

An interview with Robb Krumlauf.

Robb Krumlauf is a developmental biologist who studies the Hox family of transcription factors, aiming to understand how these proteins regulate animal body plans. Robb, who is currently Scientific Director of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, was recently awarded the 2018 SDB Edwin G. Conklin Award for his extraordinary contributions to the field of developmental biology and for his excellent mentoring skills. We met with Robb at this year's SDB Annual Meeting, where he was presented with the awa...

What Would It Take to Get You into an Electric Car? Consumer Perceptions and Decision Making about Electric Vehicles.

Americans buy millions of vehicles every year, but research on how those decisions are made, including personality and individual difference factors, has rarely taken full advantage of psychological insights. This is an increasingly important topic because, for instance, decisions to buy electric vehicles (EVs) rather than gasoline-powered vehicles have environmental and geopolitical consequences. A series of studies reveal the very different perceptions of EVs and gas vehicles. Although vehicle choices at ...

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