In this episode of Partnering for Today and Tomorrow we discuss the functions and activities of key internal partners and how we identify potential areas for compliant collaboration by MSLs with key internal partners.
Now is a critical time for Medical Affairs leaders to redefine their roles and boldly re-engage patients by employing a few key tactics learned from the past year.
The webinar will provide a snapshot of insights on what matters to patients and how pharma fares in terms of patient centricity based on a new patient centricity benchmarking survey piloted in 2019.
This session describes the National Health Council and opportunities for Medical Affairs professionals to get involved.
Patient Advisors and Diversity Experts share their perspectives on diverse representation in clinical trials and key barriers to research access, and explore solutions to address these critical issues.
Join this session to understand aligned HCP and patient education activities from the perspective of the current landscape, Medical Affairs support for aligned medical education and risk mitigation ensuring transparency, fairness and lawfulness.
This MAPS podcast describes publication plain-language summaries and how patients find them useful.
Join this session to understand how an effective digital tele-mentoring program builds local capacity in rural and underserved areas by empowering healthcare professionals to treat complex diseases that have historically only been treated by specialists.
This MAPS podcast explores the value and challenges of publication plain-language (PLS) summaries in the pharmaceutical industry.
This MAPS podcast in partnership with Open Health explores the development and delivery of internal training for Medical Affairs professionals.