Chicago Program: November 15-16, 2021
Medical Affairs Professionals who are part of a launch planning team
Professionals looking to gain local, regional & global market level perspective
Executives looking to engage with other industry Thought Leaders across Big Pharma, Biotech & Devices
A bespoke learning framework created by the largest industry group of Launch Excellence Medicals Affairs experts from across the globe
A unique opportunity to develop skills that push your organization forward
Continued, ongoing benefits including access to online learning materials and networking opportunities
Unique 2-day program with built-in commute time
Thought Leader insights and peer-to-peer discussions
Review case studies in a practical workshop environment
Interactive, educational setting with tangible applicability for you and your team
Empower individuals and teams for optimal professional growth
Share best practice across Leaders within Medical Affairs
Examine the role of multichannel/omnichannel working within Launch Excellence
Network with peers
FACULTY – CHICAGO MASTERCLASS
After participating in the Launch Excellence MasterClass program, participants should be better able to:
- Understand the expanding Medical Affairs leadership role in Launch Excellence and how Medical Affairs expertise should be leveraged throughout the process to maximize value
- Identify core components of a successful launch from a company and learn from external stakeholders’ preferences
- Demonstrate cross-functional collaboration and alignment on shared goals and expectations when working across internal and external stakeholder networks
- Supporting the optimization of tools, systems and processes to elevate organizational launch capabilities and readiness with clear roles and responsibilities for strategic and implementation objectives
- Address current real-world launch challenges driven by an accelerated shift to digital and remote working through case studies and live discussion
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS MASTERCLASS
LOCATION & HOUSING
Sheraton Zurich Hotel
Pfingstweidstrasse 100 | 8005 Zurich
Accommodations at the negotiated group rate are limited.
Group discounted rate: CHF 219.00 per night.
A reservations link will be posted here in the coming days. Please do not book directly with the hotel.
If you have already registered, the accommodations reservations link will be emailed to you as soon as it becomes available.
THANK YOU TO OUR PROGRAM SPONSORS!
(INCLUDES 1 YEAR MAPS MEMBERSHIP)
|TEAMS OF 5 OR MORE REGISTERING AT THE SAME TIME||$1,500 USD EACH (MEMBERS)|
$1,700 USD EACH (NON-MEMBERS)
Instruction will include a limited number of plenary sessions focused on general launch principles that apply to all types of launches. The majority of program time (>70%) will be spent in small group interactive workshops and table discussions, where participants will have the opportunity to join peers with specific interests and needs, such as launch planning for big pharma, first time launches, or medical/diagnostic device launches.
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A RECOGNIZED STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
MAPS is a globally recognized leader in education, training and best practice sharing – setting the standards for Medical Affairs excellence for over 6,800 members from 230+ companies, including 21 official industry partner companies (and counting). A certificate of completion will be provided at the conclusion of the MasterClass. In addition, an online workspace for the MasterClass cohort will be created immediately following the program for one year to allow continued best practice sharing, Q&A, and co-learning from peers in the cohort.
HEALTH & SAFETY COMMITTMENT
A safe place for Medical Affairs – a safe space for participants.
The safety of meeting participants, faculty and staff is MAPS’ top priority. MAPS will continue to monitor CDC recommendations and will update safety measures as appropriate. For the most up-to-date information on health and safety precautions and requirements, continue to monitor this page.
Proof of Vaccination Requirement
There is strong consensus among health care experts that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective in reducing the chance of serious illness or death resulting from the disease. Therefore, MAPS will require proof of vaccination from all meeting attendees, faculty, and MAPS staff prior to the meeting or upon admittance to designated event space on site. This provides assurance to participants that we are adhering to the highest standards of health protection.
Attendees should be aware that, while MAPS will make every effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission on site, it is possible that attendees may come in contact with people in airports, train stations, and around the meeting venue who could potentially carry the virus, which is why MAPS is requiring attendees to be fully vaccinated for their own safety, as well as the safety of others.
Prior to receiving a badge on site, attendees will be asked to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the World Health Organization (WHO).
For those unable to travel or meet the vaccination requirement, MAPS will be offering a virtual meeting option for this program, taking place in the first half of 2022.
How to Provide Proof of Vaccination
Participants may show MAPS registration staff on site a CDC Vaccination Card (a photo or photocopy of this card is also acceptable), along with a valid form of Identification.
Even though all registered participants, faculty and staff will be vaccinated, the wearing of protective face coverings is welcomed, regardless of whether it is required locally at the time of the meeting.
Onsite Safety Measures
Public health guidance on preventing the transmission of COVID-19 continues to evolve, and MAPS will base its on-site protocols on the latest guidance from the CDC in addition to local regulations.
Participants will be provided with a kit containing a mask, alcohol wipes, and hand sanitizer in the registration area to use if they wish.
Similarly, meeting rooms will be set up to accommodate those attendees who prefer more personal space as well as those who prefer to sit closer together, even if social distancing is not mandated at the time of the meeting.
Even though the science now shows that transmission is unlikely to occur from touching surfaces touched by multiple persons (i.e., lecterns, microphones), staff will clean these regularly to promote healthy sanitation overall.
Should you have any additional safety protocol questions, please email Pedro Campa at email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you back, and to providing you a safe and memorable meeting experience!