Dublin’s Cian O’Sullivan and Kerry’s Paul Geaney were on hand today to launch the #AllIrelandSmiles campaign for The Sensodyne and Corsodyl Team.
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Novel approach to funding is part of GSK’s changes in how it works with and supports healthcare professionals
New facility is only second of its kind in Ireland and will reduce carbon emissions by 33%. This brings total investment in facility over past 24 months to €23.2m, underpinning GSK’s commitment to Dungarvan.
New study from global healthcare company GSK finds that Irish doctors still don’t trust online health information and channels
GSK launches digital offering supporting Irish healthcare professionals
New survey shows that Irish parents are misinformed when it comes to diagnosing the disease: nearly 45% incorrectly believe that a rash is the first symptom to appear
90% of Irish parents worry about the products they use on their child’s skin – according to a new Oilatum Junior survey
• While 80% of parents read the ingredients list when selecting skincare products for their children, nearly two thirds admitted they have limited or no understanding of the function of the ingredients listed on a product.
• Two thirds of parent said that knowing their child skincare product was made in Ireland would positively affect their decision to buy
Do you know a small healthcare charity making an IMPACT in their community? GSK Ireland launches its 2017 IMPACT Awards
Call for entries for the GSK Ireland IMPACT Awards, which provides €60,000 to up to ten winning healthcare charities
33 Pupils from Crosshaven Boys’ National School (4th Class) visit GSK Cork to learn more about engineering during Engineers Week 2017
On Thursday 09 March, GSK Cork hosted Crosshaven Boys NS 4th class in our state the art pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Currabinny, Co. Cork.
GSK employees’ children mount a “take-over” bid to celebrate the launch of a new €1.2m GSK partnership with Barretstown and the SeriousFun Children’s Network
Attracting and developing early talent is key to maintaining competitiveness