Tag Archives: lockdown

Pharma Marketing: Need for Change in Modus Operandi

The “covilution” (covid induced revolution) change is occurring in most industries, and more importantly, consumer behavior, globally. In the pharma industry, traditional pharma marketing methods are now becoming mostly dysfunctional and ineffective. Pharma marketing leaders are still confused and not very clear about how to respond to the changed situation. …

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Me and My Lockdown Me-Time

They say the hardest person to live with is yourself. I totally agree. I compared myself to a popcorn, bubbling with so much energy and zest for life. C’mon, look around, there’s so much to do, so much to learn, so many people to meet. I felt like 24 hours …

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Pandemic & Mental Health

One of the biggest challenges we all are facing right now is how to manage enormous disruption to our normal lives. Our work, home, and social life have been turned upside down, and we are finding new ways to continue to do what we had been doing. We are getting …

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NEPAL’S EXPERIENCE WITH COVID-19

Nepal reported its first COVID-19 case in a student returning from Wuhan, China, on January 23, 2020. As part of its earliest response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the country installed health desks with thermal scanners at Tribhuwan International Airport. Subsequently, the health desks were extended to other regional airports and …

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The Breath of Life

Even after nine months since the coronavirus first emerged in Wuhan, many hospitals across the world are facing severe shortages of necessary medical care supplies that are essential for saving the lives of seriously ill COVID-19 patients. And, ventilators are at the forefront. When Europe became the epicenter of pandemic …

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