GSK in partnership with Save The Children improves maternal and newborn healthcare services in Yen Bai province
Ha Noi, 8/12/2016 - GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) in partnership with Save the Children announced the joint healthcare project of $356,000 over three years in Yen Bai Province. The project aims at enhancing healthcare services for mothers and newborns in ethnic minorities, hence minimizing the mortality rates in this province.
Launching action plan to respond the "World COPD Day"
Ho Chi Minh City, on 15th November 2016, HCMC Respiratory Society collaborates with GSK Pte Ltd.’s representative Office in HCMC launch the action plan in response to "Global Day of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease", with a commitment to accompany the community in the fight to repel Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Do Not Let Children Die Because Of The Pneumonia
HCMC, replying to the Global Coalition against Child Pneumonia, on Prevention day of Pneumonia (November 12th, 2016), the Vietnam Association of Preventive Medicine, in association with Representative Office of GSK Pte Ltd and Dr. Trương Hữu Khanh, Dean of neurology and infection department, Children 1 Hospital, organize a press conference of “Prevention of Pneumonia, Children protection”
More healthcare solutions from U.S enterprises for Vietnam
On the U.S-ASEAN Business Council (US-ABC)’s working visit led by Alexander Felman - the president of US-ABC, one of the issues emphasized by the U.S business delegation is strengthening cooperation in the healthcare sector. Accordingly, the implementation of the memorandum between the Vietnam Ministry of Health and multinational pharmaceutical companies has reaffirmed the efforts of these companies in providing healthcare services for Vietnamese.
GSK sets out further steps to address emerging global health security challenges
- Offering to extend its lowest prices for vaccines to refugees
- Supporting a new roadmap for tackling antibiotic resistance
- Reaffirming commitment to biopreparedness facility to research vaccines against future public health threats
GSK and Save the Children call for developing country innovations to enter $1 million award
- Prize recognises innovations that are helping reduce child deaths
- This year’s Healthcare Innovation Award gives special attention to innovations which focus on the hardest-to-reach children
James Strenner, talks to FBNC about GSK’s progress
In the last 18 months since Jan 2015, we are focusing on some critical areas that differentiate us as an organization with the industry. I probably say that the biggest differentiate us is we are incredibly focused on putting the patient at the heart of everything we do, and that impact every single decision that we make, tangibly we change the way that we drive our business model…
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