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Data science tools and applications on the way to Pharma 4.0.

Multiple obstacles are driving the digital transformation of the biopharmaceutical industry. Novel digital techniques, often marketed as 'Pharma 4.0', are thought to solve some long-existing obstacles in the biopharma life cycle. Pharma 4.0 concepts, such as cyberphysical systems and dark factories, require data science tools as technological core components. Here, we review current data science applications at various stages of the bioprocess life cycle, including their scopes and data sources. We are conv...


Celebrating partnership working between the third sector and the NHS.

Emeritus Professor , University of Southampton, discusses the success of partnerships between the third sector and the NHS, which is crucial to improving care for people in society.

Physicians in the pharmaceutical industry: their roles, motivations, and perspectives.

Although physicians occupy a significant number of key positions in the pharmaceutical industry, practicing clinicians are often unaware of the variety of career paths within this industry, or of the structure of a pharmaceutical company. Here, we address questions that practicing clinicians frequently ask their colleagues in the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to providing an overview of the common roles occupied by physicians in pharma, we also describe the various motivations for transitioning into ...


Does sector matter for the quality of care services? A secondary analysis of social care services regulated by the Care Inspectorate in Scotland.

Social services are increasingly commissioned to third and for-profit sector providers, but little is known about whether and how these changes influence quality indicators. We assessed quality-related outcomes across for-profit, public and third sector organisations delivering social care services.

Establishing and Maintaining a Robust Sample Management System.

This paper has been written by the SLAS Sample Management Special Interest Group to serve as a guide to the best practices and methods in establishing and maintaining a high-quality sample management system. The topics covered are applicable to sample types ranging from small molecules to biologics to tissue samples. It has been put together using the collective experience of the authors in start-up companies, small pharma, agricultural research, IT, academia, biorepositories, and large pharma companies. Ou...

Quality of Work Life and differences in demographic characteristics among managerial staff in Algerian tertiary sector.

There is a consensus in the evidence literature on the importance of Quality of Work Life (QWL) as it is a prerequisite to increase employees' productivity and wellbeing [2], [1], [11]. While studies of the effect of demographic characteristics (gender, age, work experience and socio-professional categories) on QWL have conflicting results [1], [14], [15], [16], particularly in the services (tertiary) sector of activity, which is economically considered as the most important sector, as it encompasses a larg...

Decreasing cost of public sector first-line ART services in India from 2007-2008 to 2015-2016.

India has scaled-up antiretroviral treatment (ART) in public sector facilities, but data to understand time trends of average cost of ART are limited.

Decarbonizing the transport sector: The promethean responsibility of Nicaragua.

The transport sector is the second largest energy consumer in Nicaragua, and it relies solely on oil derivatives. It is growing at an unsustainable rate and Nicaragua must explore alternative transport pathways to decarbonize this sector. This study developed 5 scenarios to assess transport alternatives for Nicaragua such as a mass public transport system for the country's capital, the adoption of electric vehicles, and a shift to electrofuels. The scenarios reflect the Nicaraguan energy system in 2030 afte...

Does the Informal Sector in Kenya Have Financial Potential to Sustainably Prepay for Health Care? Implications for Financing Universal Health Coverage in Low-Income Settings.

Kenya currently lacks evidence on whether income in the informal sector is sustainable and predictable and therefore able to support financing of universal health coverage (UHC). This article demonstrates the financial potential of informal sector entities to sustainably finance UHC in Kenya. Data were collected using a standardized questionnaire on the following topics: nature and sustainability of informal sector entities, indicators of financial potential, and socioeconomic status. Both descriptive and m...

Technological Ecosystems in the Health Sector: a Mapping Study of European Research Projects.

The European Union has a substantial investment in research and development and demand side-measures in the health sector in order to promote new initiatives, prevent disease and foster healthy lifestyles. In particular, the European Commission and other European entities have funded research projects focused on the use of technology in the health sector. In this context, health research initiatives have evolved from user-centred monolithic solutions into collaborative partnerships of different stakeholders...

Preference for Private Sector for Vaccination of Under-Five Children in India and Its Associated Factors: Findings from a Nationally Representative Sample.

Understanding the factors associated with private sector preference for vaccination will help in understanding the barriers in seeking public facility and also the steps to improve public-private partnership (PPP) model.

Work-related injuries within a large urban public school system in the Mid-Western United States.

More than 13 million employees are working in the public education sector which includes more than just teachers in the United States. This industry sector also employs custodians, maintenance, and administration. To date, there is very limited information about the type and frequency of injuries for these employees.

We have all been working in our own little silos forever: Exploring a cross-sector response to child maltreatment.

A Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation for maltreatment signals risk for childhood toxic stress and poor health outcomes. Despite this, communication between child welfare and health care professionals is rare. We present a qualitative exploration of experiences with, barriers to, and hopes for cross-sector collaboration for children with suspected maltreatment.

Carbon dioxide intensity and income level in the Chinese megacities' residential building sector: Decomposition and decoupling analyses.

Carbon dioxide (CO) caused by residential building sector is essential for China to achieve its 2030 carbon emission peak. As the indicator to control the total CO emissions, CO intensity feature should be preferentially analyzed. Through the decomposition and decoupling approaches, this paper is the first to investigate whether CO intensity decouples from the income level in residential building sector of China and its four megacities [Beijing (BJ), Tianjin (TJ), Shanghai (SH), and Chongqing (CQ)] from 200...

CVS and the $100,000 QALY.

The PBM unit of the health giant CVS decided that any new drug exceeding $100,000 per quality-adjusted life year (QALY) may be excluded from the formularies that are maintained by its clients. Patient groups (with the backing of pharma) say that the measure is discriminatory.

Public health and burnout: a survey on lifestyle changes among workers in the healthcare sector.

Burnout Syndrome is a condition which could most commonly be associated with negative effects on the quality of work and life. Some occupations are more likely to suffer from this syndrome, for example workers in the health sector. This survey was therefore conducted among hospital workers of the Marche Region in order to analyze levels of Burnout and any possible correlation of these levels with lifestyle changes.

Nine-sector three-stage Fresnel lens concentrator.

In this paper, we design a three-stage Fresnel lens concentrator with a low f number. The proposed concentrator consists of a primary optical element (POE) and a second optical element (SOE). The nine-sector three-stage Fresnel lens is composed of three types of triangular prisms: the refractive triangular prism, single total internal reflection triangular prism, and double total internal reflection triangular prism. In order to increase the uniformity and acceptance angle of the POE coupled to the SOE, the...

Perspective: Are We Ready to Measure Child Nutritional Status with Lasers?

The continued use of basic, manual anthropometric tools (e.g., boards and tapes) leaves anthropometry susceptible to human error. A potential solution, 3-dimensional (3D) imaging systems for anthropometry, has been around since the 1950s. In the 1980s, 3D imaging technology advanced from photographs to the use of lasers for body digitization; and by the 2000s, the falling price of 3D scanners made commercial application feasible. The garment sector quickly adopted imaging technology for surveys because of t...

Asperfuranones A-C, 3(2H)-furanone derivatives from the fungus Aspergillus sp. and the configuration reassignment of their eighteen analogues.

Three undescribed 3(2H)-furanone derivatives, asperfuranones A-C (1-3), along with one known compound (4) were isolated from the Aspergillus sp. strain obtained from the intestines of centipede. Their structures were determined by NMR and MS spectroscopic analyses, and the absolute configurations were established by the Snatzke's sector rules, modified Mosher's method and electronic circular dichroism (ECD) calculation. Meanwhile, the application of the sector rules led to the reassignment of the absolute c...

Common mental disorders and trajectories of work disability among midlife public sector employees - A 10-year follow-up study.

We examined trajectories of work disability, indicated by sickness absence and disability retirement, among midlife public sector employees with and without common mental disorders (CMD) at baseline. We also examined adverse childhood events, occupational class, long-standing illness and health behaviour as determinants of the trajectories.

Bridging worldviews: Toward a common model of leadership across the health professions.

As the pace of health sector transformation accelerates, the importance of leadership continues to grow across all health professions. Advances in a variety of disciplines can inform effective leadership development. However, at present, most health sector leadership competency models do not incorporate these advances and are instead developed using consensus-based methods within specific professions. An interprofessional approach to leadership competencies could help incorporate these advances and support ...

Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica in the GB Brick Manufacturing and Stone Working Industries.

The aim of this work was to benchmark respirable crystalline silica (RCS) exposures in brick manufacturing and stone working sectors in Great Britain. This will contribute to a larger programme of work, which will be used to better understand the role of health surveillance in preventing the development of further cases of silicosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This work was undertaken by means of site visits to measure RCS and respirable dust exposures and assess exposure controls. In additio...

Technical potential and geographic distribution of agricultural residues, co-products and by-products in the European Union.

Value waste chain generates a significant amount of different agricultural wastes, co-products and by-products (AWCB) that occur during three major stages of a complex path, from farm to fork. This paper presents stages where and how waste occurs along the path from the ground to the table for a period of 7 years, from 2010 to 2016 in the 28 member countries of the European Union (EU28). Considering the specific conditions of the EU28 community, four different sectors with 26 commodities and waste types t...

Improving Treatment of Elderly Patients by Interprofessional Education in a Quality Network of Geriatric Medicine: Protocol for Evaluating an Educational Initiative.

All statistics on the development of demand for care for multimorbid elderly patients highlight the acute pressure to act to adequately respond to the expected increase in geriatric patient population in the next 15 years. Against this background, great importance must be attached to the improvement of cross-occupational group and cross-sector treatment of these patients. In addition, many professionals in the health care sector often have little knowledge about the special treatment and care needs of the e...

Leadership for Innovation in Healthcare: An Exploration.

Although leadership has been studied extensively, most research has focused on the political and military spheres. More recent work has also examined the role of leadership in sectors such as manufacturing and technology, both areas where it is essential to encourage and nurture innovation. Yet, in the health sector, where innovation is now high on the policy agenda in many countries, there is a paucity of research on how leadership can foster a culture of innovation. In this perspective, written for those ...


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