In human medicine, a needlestick is a big deal. That’s not surprising because of concerns about transmission of bloodborne pathogens like hepatitis B and HIV. In veterinary medicine…it’s largely considered a regular event that’s not a big deal. Most of the time it’s not. It might hurt, but consequences are rare. However, ‘rare’ and ‘non-existent’ aren’t the same (and if you’re the one that gets the ‘rare’ complication, it’s not good). While most needlesticks from…
Table of Contents Executive Summary Alternative Supply Chain Models: A Move Toward Stability and Resilience Strengthening Supplier Relationships: Transparency, Visibility, and Distress Diversifying Supply Chains: Rethinking China, Reshoring, and Nearshoring Supply Chain Innovations and Efficiencies Conclusion Click here to download the full report PDF. Executive Summary What will the supply chain of the future look like? That question, as we brace for the continuing effects of COVID-19, is at the top of executives’ minds. And…
Table of Contents This report identifies resiliency and innovation considerations for manufacturers and provides frameworks and tools for you to evaluate how those considerations impact your business. Section 1:  Rethinking China How manufacturers will analyze right-shoring to consider the benefits and costs of a shift in supply chains away from China and toward other countries. Section 2:  Resiliency Review How manufacturers will review processes to ensure a stable and resilient supply chain, focusing on traceability and…
Rabies is a disease that’s met with a mix of inherent fear and dismissiveness in most developed countries, where canine rabies has been eradicated. It’s also a disease that’s often poorly understood in areas where it causes large numbers of deaths. As an almost completely preventable disease (with proper post-exposure treatment) and one for which we have a highly effective vaccine (for people and animals), barriers to accessing these critical treatment and prevention tools need…

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