This webinar will focus on the role of Medical Affairs to lead patient engagement in clinical development.
Health literacy is experiencing new challenges, and Medical Affairs is uniquely positioned to lead and partner with others in this space to ensure coordination, credibility and impact.
MAPS speaks with Liz de Somer, CEO of Medicines Australia and Sharon Winton, CEO of Lymphoma Australia to explore patient engagement from the perspectives of industry and patient associations.
In this on-demand webinar, our experts provide guidance and potential solutions on addressing major barriers for patient centricity initiatives identified through their survey.
In this episode, experts discuss patient-centricity strategies and actions that make patient-first thinking the heart of your organization’s plans.
This podcast previews the MAPS 2022 Global Annual Meeting session “How Medical Affairs can best support internal and external collaborations in patient engagement,” that details the unique role of Medical Affairs in patient engagement.
This course uses a faux product to introduce essential concepts of Patient Centricity including a comprehensive description of strategy.
Last month, Medical Affairs and clinical experts from six organizations came together to help make clinical trials more accessible to and better understood by people facing vitiligo. You can do this in your therapeutic area.
MAPS speaks with MyHealthTeams Cofounder and CEO, Eric Peacock, about how health communities can help the biopharmaceutical industry develop new products that truly make a difference in patients’ lives.
This session provides a learning opportunity for our audience by providing background on FDA’s Offices of Minority Health and Health Equity, and Women’s Health