Over the last year – faced with Covid-19 and Brexit among other issues – people have become a lot clearer about what matters to them and, therefore, their priorities in work and life. Lockdown has given people time to re-evaluate their lives and reassess their priorities.
In the current – Covid-19 pandemic influenced – operating conditions, many traditional approaches to learning and development (L&D), including classroom-delivered courses, have been suspended. Providing alternatives, including curated and self-directed online learning, are taking on a new importance for the sector’s (L&D) professionals.
Wendy Edie, Managing Director of eCom, Scotland’s leading digital learning and assessment specialists, will be speaking as Scotland’s representative at the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce (BCCTC) virtual event that celebrates International Women’s Day
The New Power of the Pharmaceutical Industry: Covid-19 Vaccines and the Social Responsibility of Pharmaceutical Companies
“Pricing and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines can intensify global and social inequality,” argues business ethicist based in Austria in a recent publication. Vienna, November 5th, 2020 – The initial scarcity of effective vaccines against Covid-19 entails an enormous social responsibility to the producing pharmaceutical companies. If the pricing and distribution of this scarce health resource […]
Experts see chances for a paradigm shift in the health care system and have published a book. The AIHTA sheds light on the research, production and pricing of drugs. Vienna (Austria), 9. June 2020. 37 experts of the Austrian health care system are already thinking further ahead than the next wave of infection. They see […]