Innovara, Inc. of Massachusetts, USA and Manuver Corp. of West Java, Indonesia are proud to announce the opening of Innovara Indonesia. Joko Murdianto will serve as Executive Director of Innovara Indonesia, and Jazak Yus Afriansyah will serve as senior consultant.
“For many years, we’ve been looking for the right partner to represent Innovara in Indonesia,” Read More→
In the hands of a skilled pharmaceutical trainer, visual aids focus the attention of the learner on essential elements of the training. Visual aids should be simple, relevant, and pleasing to the eye. They need not be elaborate or expensive.
Some examples of visual aids (other than your slide deck):
Many visual aid problems can be solved using a grid. Read More→
by Renée Morgan, Learning & Development Manager
With all of the biotech and pharma news blogs scattered throughout the internet, how do you stay informed without being overwhelmed? Narrowing your feed down to the most important information and insights is crucial. In this week’s Innovara Digest, we are covering our must-read picks. Read More→
by Barri M. Blauvelt, CEO
If you have ever tried to figure out the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) process to review applications for approval and funding, you will find yourself bouncing between multiple landing pages and attachments. We have prepared the following guide to make NIH research grant applications easier for both applicants and reviewers to fathom. Read More→
Thank you to all who helped make the 4th annual Foundations for Medical Science Liaisons™ (FMSL) open seminar, held July 24-26 in Seoul, Korea, a great success! The FMSL open seminar is an experiential learning course for Medical Science Liaisons, focused on functional competencies, communications, and value-added skills that are essential to most MSLs. Read More→
On a rainy Friday, we took Barri Blauvelt, CEO out on the porch at Innovara to discuss social media in healthcare. Here’s what she had to say:
Social media is a double-edged sword in healthcare, but to me, the positives outweigh the negatives.
Traditionally, there has been a lack of transparency in healthcare. Read More→