Thought leadership

The 2 Types of Remote Work Environment

By Synterex / April 25, 2024 / Comments Off on The 2 Types of Remote Work Environment

We’ve all seen a lot of articles in the last few years about the pros and cons of the remote work environment. Regardless of whether they’re written by someone who is happier and more productive working from home, or by someone who insists everyone simply must be forced back into the office, I have noticed…

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How’s your posture? (Head, shoulders, knees and toes)

By Synterex / April 11, 2024 / Comments Off on How’s your posture? (Head, shoulders, knees and toes)

By Karen Cross Simple reminders to sit up straight, stand tall, stretch and be aware of body alignment Many side effects can result from poor posture: shoulder, neck and back pain, circulation issues, dizziness and even depression, to name a few.  You can avoid injuries and unnecessary doctor visits and save your time and money…

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Hello, My Pronouns Are…

By Synterex / January 1, 2024 / Comments Off on Hello, My Pronouns Are…

Pronoun conversations are popping up all over; and, luckily, they’re spreading to the workplace, too. As pronouns are deeply personal, it’s important that this part of a person’s identity is both respected and accepted at work.  To start any new work (or personal) relationship off on the right foot, introduce yourself with your name and…

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How to Write About Science for a Lay Audience

By pwsadmin / November 28, 2023 / Comments Off on How to Write About Science for a Lay Audience

By Katelyn Rivas Medical writers are experts at writing detailed scientific documents geared toward scientists, clinicians, and regulatory agencies. However, sometimes we are asked to prepare documents for a lay audience. These can include lay summaries of clinical study reports, informed consent forms, or other patient education materials. Given the complexity of the information, summarizing…

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Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week: Nurturing tomorrow's clinical trials leaders.

National Entrepreneurship Day: Celebrating Opportunity, Diversity, and Legacy

By Jeanette Towles / November 21, 2023 / Comments Off on National Entrepreneurship Day: Celebrating Opportunity, Diversity, and Legacy

National Entrepreneurship Day is a celebration of innovation, determination, and the pursuit of the American dream. It’s a day to honor the entrepreneurs who have dared to dream big, take risks, and build businesses that not only benefit themselves but also contribute to the growth of our economy. Having resources available, especially for small diverse…

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Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week: Nurturing Tomorrow’s Clinical Trials Leaders

By Jeanette Towles / November 13, 2023 / Comments Off on Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week: Nurturing Tomorrow’s Clinical Trials Leaders

Introduction: In the ever-evolving landscape of clinical trials, where the stakes are high and the demands are relentless, the value of mentorship and apprenticeship cannot be overstated. Many of us have been fortunate enough to have incredible mentors who guided us through our journey in the industry. These mentors were the patient individuals who reviewed…

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