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Our editorial board comprises a specialist group of leading industry figures who, in conjunction with the World Pharmaceutical Frontiers editorial team, identify the main drivers of the industry helping to produce regular, thought-provoking opinion pieces on the latest issues, challenges and developments.

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Parenteral control - challenges of formulating novel excipients
07 April, 2017
While continuing to occupy a smaller market share of drug delivery than...
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Help the medicine go down - patient-centric designs 07 April, 2017 Developments in self-administering medical devices are helping patients with chronic conditions avoid long and costly trips to treatment facilities. Manfred Maeder, head of...

Combined effort – launching combination products 07 April, 2017 Pharmaceutical companies are producing more drug-device combinations as patients seek simpler ways of administering medicine. What are the key ingredients for successfully...

Automatic improvement – optimising manufacturing processes 03 April, 2017 How can manufacturing processes be automated cost-effectively with no compromises to quality and security? World Pharmaceutical Frontiers seeks the solution with Graham McCurdy,...

Night moves – maintaining supply chain standards 03 April, 2017 Transporting medical supplies and pharmaceuticals through complex routes and at precise temperatures requires companies to meet supply chain standards without compromising...

Keep it real – serialisation and traceability 03 April, 2017 How do you apply an all-round data management system that is able to track and trace throughout a product’s supply chain? Marcel de Grutter, project manager for serialisation...

Tracking all over the world – serialising medical products 03 April, 2017 Medical products are to be serialised, and soon. Consultant and former director of global standards and serialisation at Abbott Laboratories Mike Wallace explains to Elly Earls...

The quicker the better – air freight and temperature control 03 April, 2017 How can pharma companies work with airlines, airports and suppliers to take advantage of the speed and convenience of air freight, while remaining compliant with global...

Make it clear – global target labels 03 April, 2017 Using global target labels to improve design and determine the specific needs of each region is crucial to the success of a pharmaceutical product. World Pharmaceutical Frontiers...

What it says on the tin - multilingual packaging 21 February, 2017 How do you simplify labels to increase efficiency, while remaining regulation-compliant? We discuss strategies for dealing with the challenge of multilingual packaging while staying...

Put patients first – increasing awareness of clinical trials 08 December, 2016 How do clinical trials guarantee they have enough participants while meeting tight deadlines? Pharma expert Narinder Chopra considers the benefits of increasing awareness of...

All together now – harmonising clinical trial regulation 08 December, 2016 The impact of international regulation changes in the harmonisation of global requirements is a huge issue in clinical trials. Clinical Trials Insight speaks to Dr Robert Temple,...

Design on trial – immune-oncology challenges 08 December, 2016 Peter Johnson works at the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre and is a professor at the University of Southampton; he talks to Lynette Eyb about minimising operational challenges in...


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