Teva has been singled out as the UK’s leading generics manufacturer for an unprecedented sixteenth consecutive year at the annual Pharmacy Business Awards.
Teva’s generics offering, including community pharmacy partnership schemes, services and customer service have been singled out as the best in the industry by readers of the UK based Pharmacy Business Magazine
These awards aim to recognise and reward the hard work done by pharmacists and also honour the manufacturers and products that have stood out throughout the year – either through exceptional service, or through customer offerings. Most importantly, they are voted for by pharmacists across the country, who read Pharmacy Business magazine.
To win for an unprecedented sixteenth year is something we’re incredibly proud of.
The Pharmacy Business Product & Manufacturer Awards 2018 were presented by Barry Gardiner MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, Ramnniklal Solanki CBE, Editor-in-Chief, Pharmacy Business, Shailesh Solanki, Executive Editor Pharmacy Business and event host Charlotte Hawkins [pictured].
We’ve joined forces with partners and industry peers to address the challenges of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Together, we’re improving access to a wide range of essential medicines that treat chronic conditions helping to both treat and prevent NCDs.
At Teva, we bring our passion to work to build healthy communities around the world. Learn more about how we’re doing it, including contributing $82.3M across more than 25 countries!
“This image really reflects what we do in Pharmacovigilance – collecting little pieces of evidence and creating a bigger picture to see if the side effects are connected to a certain drug. The hardest part is making this connection.”
Mateja Raguž, Lead Pharmacovigilance Professional at Teva PLIVA, shares the story behind her illustrations in a patient safety book developed by her team in Croatia.
Extreme weather is becoming increasingly common due to changing climate conditions. Aside from the environmental devastation it’s causing, it also has a severe impact on people’s respiratory health. Discover more in our recent article, at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQh9Z
We’re thankful for our amazing employees and partners like Direct Relief - working together to increase access to medicines for those in need. Our passionate project lead on Teva’s bulk donations program, Jon Haggert, CPF, CSCP, shares his perspective on the importance of access for the underserved.
We’re proud to be one of the largest employers in Debrecen, Hungary. “Our Debrecen site, with a newly inaugurated caspofungin manufacturing facility, plays a key role in Teva’s global manufacturing and supply chain network, helping to provide high-quality, affordable medicines to patients in Hungary and around the world,” said Attila Mile, General Manager of TAPI - Teva Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Hungary.
BeCOn OWN is a ground-breaking European initiative focusing on the challenges faced by people with cancer and healthcare professionals.
The 4th BeCOn OWN event live streaming takes place November 29, 2018.
If you're a health care professional and want to know more, register to attend or view on demand here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQSGs
It started with a map of India, and resulted in a greater sense of community among Teva colleagues. We’re celebrating Diwali this week with a story from our Asian Heritage employee resource group.
Last week, Goni Fishman, Teva's Director of Global Learning led the Israeli annual HRus training conference.
At Teva, we see employee learning and development as a key driver to our success and will continue to invest in this area in the coming years.