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A traditional ceremony in Navi Mumbai marks the grand opening of a new, state-of-the-art Research & Development facility that will include a built-in focus on patients.
With preventable diseases like the flu becoming an ever-increasing burden on healthcare systems around the world, training pharmacists to administer vaccines could be part of the solution.
One intrepid Teva employee has conquered Africa’s tallest mountain to raise thousands of dollars for a charity battling the spread of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in the developing world.
You strap on the headset and are plunged into a new and disorientating world – one in which even simple tasks present a formidable challenge.
Can you tell the difference between a bee and a wasp? Or identify a magpie?
At Teva, we put our passion to work for healthier communities around the world. Our 2017 Social Impact Report shares details on how we’re doing it—this includes providing affordable medicines, collaborating with the patient groups and other organizations, enacting health initiatives and engaging in innovative research.
Over the past year, we have made multiple in-roads into providing support for healthier communities across the globe. Our new report, 2017 Social Impact Report highlights our commitment to corporate responsibility and transparency and demonstrates the ways our business uniquely supports this belief.
“I traveled two hours to meet up with nine other photographers at midnight to capture the star trails at Long Beach Island, NJ.” says Amal Ward, a long-time Teva employee whose passion for photography takes her on group expeditions around New York state, armed with her Nikon D750.
In 2012, we established our global environment, health and safety aspiration—Target Zero: zero injuries, zero incidents, zero releases. Teva’s target is zero when it comes to workplace health, safety, spills and accidental discharges. Our annual Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Excellence Awards recognize teams and projects around the globe that promote a healthy workplace, increase personal safety and reduce our company’s environmental footprint. The number of applications submitted to this awards program has steadily increased over the past few years, with an impressive array of initiatives that reflect our commitment to action in this realm.
The counterfeit drugs trade is thought to be the world’s largest fraud market, with billions of dollars making its way into the hands of organized crime gangs each year1.
Smart watches and smart scales aren’t just useful for counting steps or cutting calories. If you’re living with multiple sclerosis (MS), then these devices can help build a community with those in a similar position.Teva’s Consumer Solutions and Global Customer Insights team set out to test whether connected devices could drive improvements in health and deliver a greater sense of control over the condition. The result was the company’s first MS patient connected health study and a blueprint for future investment in digital health.
Germany has notched up another first for Teva in the crusade for clean air and less pollution in the environment. In April 2018, Teva successfully tested the new natural gas-fueled trucks for six months in Ulm. The truck is now powering along the autobahns of Germany.
Few of the medical professionals at the sixth annual MS Symposium may have realized that they were among the early users of an app that could change the way meetings and symposiums are conducted forever.
“When you’re first diagnosed with a chronic condition, no one tells you how your illness is going to affect the non-medical aspects of your life,” said René Brooks, a contributor to the new Life Effects website launched by Teva at the International Alliance of Patients' Organizations (IAPO) Global Patient Congress in Miami. “My condition has affected my relationships, my career and my social life…and I wish I knew then what I know now.”