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A new €2.5m electronic based patient record system is to be introduced at Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park Hospitals).
The clinical research facility at University Hospital Galway is marking International Clinical Trials Day on Saturday with an open day at its facility in the UHG campus.
The GRETB Training Centre has announced another free full-time day training course in Mervue. The retail pharmacy skills programme will commence on March 14. The programme is open to all unemployed adults and preference given to those in receipt of social protection payments.
Recently published research, which looked at the cost thresholds for relatively expensive new drugs in the UK, and its relevance to Ireland's health system will be discussed at an event at NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday March 6)
Two US biopharmaceutical companies have announced plans to create a combined 200 plus jobs in Athlone.
Clarenbridge-based company Clinical Cabinets celebrated one year in business this week and already has exciting plans to introduce new products and to export abroad.
A team of researchers at NUI Galway have made a major breakthrough in discovering how drugs interact with proteins in cells, which may have positive implications for the treatment of conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.
Up to 250 positions will be created for PhD level students, laboratory staff, and other clinical development professionals in the coming years, with the opening of PPD’s research and testing facility in Athlone this week.
There is good news for Mayo consumers as the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association has agreed to Government requests to reduce the cost of drugs. That’s according to Mayo Fianna Fáil TD and member of the Oireachtas Health Committee, Beverley Flynn. MEP Jim Higgins has also welcomed the cuts having written to the Minister for Health last November seeking the reduction from manufacturers.