Reflections on Sales Training from a Pharma Rep Turned Medical Writer

by Lyndsey Ladd on 7/24/13 10:31 AM

Since the movie Love and Other Drugs (2010) came out, I can'’t tell you how often I’'ve been asked if tha't’s really what the pharmaceutical sales industry is like. My typical response to this question is, “"Of course——a super...

5 TED Talks Sales Trainers Should Watch

by Mark Currier on 6/24/13 1:25 PM

by Mark Currier

As a sales training professional in the pharmaceutical or medical device space, you should be regularly watching TED talks. If not, you are missing out. TED talks are gathered from a series of large conferences and...

Why You Need A Biomedical Visualization Specialist

by Tasha Jose on 4/16/13 9:30 AM

By Tasha José, Biomedical Visualization Specialist

Who are biomedical visualization specialists? We are trained medical illustrators whose unique aptitude in both biomedical sciences and design allows us to create graphics that...

6 Ways Google's project glass could change sales training

by Mark Currier on 12/4/12 8:57 AM

by Mark Currier

Almost a year has passed since the press first confirmed Google's Project Glass. The idea of augmented reality glasses and heads-up displays are now fact rather than fiction (Heck, the glasses are already the best...

Orphan drug development: a market worth adopting

by Mary Calvagna on 11/7/12 9:00 AM

Have you heard the term orphan disease before? Despite the name, it does not mean diseases that preferentially affect orphans. An orphan disease is a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people nationwide. Some orphan...

Thoughts From an eLearning Strategist...

by Tom Amari on 10/18/12 10:45 AM

Hi, I'’m Tom Amari, Director of eLearning at CLD.

I'’ve been designing and developing interactive software for a long time—everything from artificial intelligence software for graphic designers to eLearning modules for...

Not Your Grandmother’s Alzheimer’s Therapy

by Karin Hawkinson on 9/19/12 11:35 AM

The Alzheimer'’s Association predicts that the number of Americans with Alzheimer’'s disease (AD) will balloon from the current 5.4 million to 16 million by 2050. In response to this looming health, social, and economic crisis,...

REMS—Who Needs to Know?

by Karin Hawkinson on 9/4/12 5:36 PM


Demystifying MSL Training

by Karin Hawkinson on 5/21/12 6:01 PM

Your company is launching a new product next year and you've been tasked with managing the development of Medical Science Liaison (MSL) training materials. You've got a budget, the MSLs are hired, and you're ready to send out the...