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Research and collaboration with 13,500 patients’ leads to creation and expansion of patient-centric website ‘Life Effects’ in Europe
During one sultry summer evening, HR director Laura Baltakiene and her colleagues at Teva’s Vilnius, Lithuania facility came up with a brilliant idea. The result? Great teamwork and fresh, delicious honey...
“I wanted to be a pharmacist since my early childhood because everyone in my community relied on their pharmacist for medical advice. The pharmacist knew local families and helped solve their problems,” said Jelena Cabo-Aras, Director of Primary Care and Respiratory Medicine at PLIVA Croatia.
There are currently over eight million Canadians providing care to a family member or friend. According to the Canadian Carers Pulse Survey (May 2018), 69% of caregivers reveal it has taken a toll on their emotional health, while over half said it affected their physical health .1
Adam George, Pharm.D. Senior Director, TA Head Respiratory & Oncology Regulatory Affairs, has spoken to us about being a science geek, his love of racing cars and how he was inspired to take up a career in pharmacy.
The “Pride” Employee Resource Group (ERG) at Teva is one of eight ERGs that make up the Teva Inclusion Network, and is a powerful example of great accomplishments that can be achieved with simple changes. Teva now has one of the most LGBTQ inclusive policies in North America, says Brent Weakley, regional sales manager in Teva’s Neuroscience unit and Co-Chair of Teva’s Pride ERG for LGBT community and allies.
Ilana Shutov-Frishman tells us about the joys of Pharmacovigilance and ice skating with an Olympic champion.
Jelena Cabo-Aras, Teva’s Director of Primary Care and Respiratory Medicine for the commercial team in Croatia, talked to us about her early life, passions – and the advantages of being tall.
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.
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.