A Q&A on how Medical Affairs can align on omnichannel for long-term success
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This article highlights a collaborative approach to content creation in which insights from MSLs were used to develop concepts for educational tools that were shared with key opinion leaders (KOLs).
This white paper by the MAPS Medical Communications FAWG details strategies for using modular content to increase the efficiency and accuracy of medical and scientific content to enable omnichannel engagement strategy.
In this interview recorded at the MAPS 2023 Annual Meeting in Nashville, we sat down with Ruth Nicholson, Director, Global Knowledge Transfer (Neuroscience), Ipsen about the definition, challenges and emerging issues in knowledge transfer.
In this interview recorded at the MAPS 2023 Annual Meeting in Nashville, MAPS Director, Mary Alice Dwyer, speaks with amir Shamim Choudry, Executive Medical Director at Sage Therapeutics, about the Single Point of Contact Model for Medical Affairs.
Advisory boards bring together a selection of key opinion leaders to discuss a topic important to a life sciences company. Here is how to use engagement technologies to generate actionable insights from your next ad board.
MAPS announces the election of Dr. Danie du Plessis as Chair of the MAPS Board of Directors. Du Plessis is currently Executive Vice-President (EVP) & Head of Medical Affairs at Kyowa Kirin International and is a senior pharmaceutical executive with 30 years’ experience.
This Standard and Guidance, a collaboration between MAPS, PhactMI, MILE, is intended to inform learners about the Medical Information (MI) function, strategic direction, and operations across multiple geographies.
By using the framework of Explore, Educate, Embrace we can shape our approach to Health Equity by incorporating it into our daily work.
In this article and accompanying mAPS 2023 Annual Meeting workshop, we will explore the benefits of using a competency model for employees and employers and how employers can implement a competency model within their organizations.