Catherine Lyall

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Qualitative research has a key role to play in biomedical innovation projects. This article focuses on the appropriate use of robust social science methodologies (primarily focus group studies) for identifying the public’s willingness and preference for emerging medical technologies. Our study was part of the BloodPharma project (now known as the Novosang(More)
This note 1 considers some of the " new tools of governance " and how they might apply to the life science industries. Through a study of a number of UK government-industry " task forces " and recent world events in drug regulation it identifies two opposing trends in play and suggests that there are actually limits to the all pervasive notion of(More)
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