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News Research: Critical Evaluation of
Pharmaceutical/Health

Industry
Resources

Paul Brock


Knowledge Integration Leader, Therapeutic Areas

Gerri Klumpp

Senior Knowledge Integrator, Drug Development


Knowledge Management

AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP


Additional AstraZeneca Experts


Linda Gabriel: Knowledge Integrator, Drug Development


Judy Bush: Knowledge Integrator, GI Therapeutic Area


Ann Fieles: Knowledge Integrator, Oncology Therapeutic Area


Cathy Wagner: Knowledge Integrator, CNS Therapeutic Area


Susan Zalenski: Knowledge Integrator, CV Therapeutic Area


Lillian Torres: Knowledge Integrator, Licensing


Assumptions About

Resource Accessibility


Pharmaceutical
-
specific
resources are subscribed
to, whether in electronic
or printed form (e.g., The
Pink Sheet, market
research reports [such
as Decision Resources])






Lexis
-
Nexis


Dialog


Other major news &
newswire services (e.g.,
Dow Jones Interactive)


Internet


A library


A phone


No…

Yes…

Resource Scope


“Journalist
-
friendly” resources


Technical knowledge not required


“Key” resources


By no means a comprehensive list


Web
-
based resources


Most effort place here because everyone should have
access


Non
-
fee
-
based (in most cases)


Dialog, but with valiant attempt at Lexis
-
Nexis


Reputable resources


Focus on…

Examples of Research Requests


Mad Cow Disease


Locating and contacting U.S. authorities and experts


How to best track the impact of Mad Cow disease on the U.S.
beef industry and the entire U.S. food distribution network


How to identify and track regulatory responsibilities for the
disease at both the Federal and state level


Investigative resources for tracking the path of the disease into
the U.S. and who might be responsible


Emerging Prescription Drugs


Identify important emerging drugs


Ways to follow pharmaceutically, legally and politically the path of
drugs through the FDA approval process

More Research Requests


Phthalates, a chemical in vinyl that is harmful to children


Permanent cosmetics


Internet pharmacies


Alcoholism as a disease


Secretary Donna Shalala and her advisory group on genetic testing


Effects of electromagnetic fields on human health, particularly with
cell phones


Limb reattachment surgery


How pharmaceutical industry influences doctors & HMOs to “push”
specific drugs
, including
statistics on pharmaceutical industry, drug
costs, pharmaceutical lobbying, etc.

Information on…

Approach for This Session


Resources for broad list of categories & sub
-
categories


Web
-
based


Commercial database service
-
based


Print
-
based


Other


Resources & approaches for specific research
scenarios


Recommended Knowledge Management approaches

Pharmaceuticals

Health & Medicine

Health Care Industry


Emerging Products


Drug Costs


Government & Regulatory


Industry & Lobby Groups


Experts


Consumer


Environment


Nutrition


Disease States


Government & Regulatory


Experts


Management


Costs


Policy


Experts

Categories

Sub
-
categories

Resources


Web


Commercial


Online Services


Print

Let’s go to the Handout!


Other Resources


Search Engines & Portals


E.g., Yahoo, Google


Snow B. Drug Information: A Guide to Current Resources. 2nd
ed. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 1999.


Knowledge Sharing


“Communities of Practice”


In
-
house


Listservs, including SLA


Pharm Division: Membership to the Pharm Division
is required to subscribe, but may be worth it


Processes


Develop processes for improving information flow


Tools


Databases for capturing searches, contacts, experts


Examples of Research Requests


Mad Cow Disease

1.
Locating and contacting U.S. authorities
and experts

2.
How to best track the impact of Mad Cow
disease on the U.S. beef industry and
the entire U.S. food distribution network

3.
How to identify and track regulatory
responsibilities for the disease at both
the Federal and state level

4.
Investigative resources for tracking the
path of the disease into the U.S. and
who might be responsible


Emerging Prescription Drugs

1.
Identify important emerging drugs

2.
Ways to follow pharmaceutically, legally
and politically the path of drugs through
the FDA approval process

1.
Health & Medicine/Experts


2.
Health & Medicine/Food & Nutrition


3.
Health & Medicine/Government &
Regulatory


4.
Health & Medicine/Food & Nutrition
or Health & Medicine/Environment


1.
Pharmaceutical/Emerging Products

2.
Pharmaceutical/Emerging Products
or Pharmaceutical/Government &
Regulatory

Category/Subcategory

Research Request

More Research Requests

1.
Phthalates, a chemical in vinyl that is
harmful to children

2.
Permanent cosmetics


3.
Internet pharmacies



4.
Alcoholism as a disease

5.
Secretary Donna Shalala and her
advisory group on genetic testing

6.
Effects of electromagnetic fields on
human health, particularly with cell
phones

7.
Limb reattachment surgery

8.
Statistics on pharmaceutical industry
statistics, drug costs, pharmaceutical
lobbying, etc.

1.
Health & Medicine/Environment


2.
Health & Medicine/Consumer Health or Health &
Medicine/Government & Regulatory

3.
Health & Medicine/Consumer Health or Health &
Medicine/Government & Regulatory or
Pharmaceutical/Pharmaceutical Industry

4.
Health & Medicine/Disease States

5.
Health & Medicine/Government & Regulatory


6.
Health & Medicine/Consumer Health or Health &
Medicine/Disease States or Health &
Medicine/Environment

7.
Health & Medicine/Disease States

8.
Pharmaceutical/Pharmaceutical Industry or
Pharmaceutical/Costs, Sales, Pricing or
Pharmaceutical/Government & Regulatory or
Health Care Industry/Policy

Research Request

Category/Subcategory

Any more questions?