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Peace in strength. Like the mighty oak that has survived some 600 years in what is now my back yard, we engage with experience and resilience. Whether the winds blow hard or the sun shines bright, we go on, deeply rooted and stretching for the heavens.
Strength in peace. Many challenges of the world, and Pharmaceutical R&D, grow out of mere misunderstandings. We seek to enhance mutual understanding and peaceful cooperation toward shared objectives.
- Peace and Strength by Kevin Freiert
The science of drug discovery and development creates a rich landscape for all sorts of stories to unfold.
Each month we are going to talk to someone who was in the trenches of R&D and let them tell their story. We’ll be talking about medicines you may know and some that never saw the light of day.Read More
WE STRIVE TO DO WORK THAT BENEFITS THE PATIENT+ COMMUNITY Salem Oaks is in the final stages of installing its first big wave of online learning modules. If you haven’t checked them out yet, you can learn more at https://salemoaks.com/e-learning/ . The modules that we have released thus far have…Read More
Just over a year ago, I wrote a blog singing the praises of the Rare Drug Development Symposium co-sponsored by Global Genes and the Orphan Disease Center at the University of Penn. In my opinion, there were three defining characteristics of this event that set it apart from the rest.…Read More
What makes a good story? I have recently had the opportunity to read several books written by people who are faced with some sort of medical adversity. This has only reinforced my love for a good story, especially one that teaches lessons beyond the action. Each of these books started…Read More
Lost is a starting point. It’s okay to be lost and not in control. But nothing is going to change if you don’t start. Start talking to someone, start educating yourself, start finding other people who may be lost. The most valuable component of your mental health is being aware…Read More
Many individuals and organizations, including Salem Oaks, talk about patient education and health literacy. But what does it mean to educate a patient? Is the opposite of an educated patient an uneducated patient? Last month Salem Oaks presented a panel discussionat Patients as Partnersin Philadelphia. The objective of the session was to…Read More