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Medical Science Liaison Best Practices

17 Sep 2014 - 19 Sep 2014 - San Diego, CA, USA

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As a track of the Medical Affairs Strategic Summit the 13th Medical Science Liaison Best Practices track is designed as educational platform for MSL of all experience levels and MSL team leaders to explore industry trends, best practices, and case studies around levering the impact of an MSL’s value through key relationships with KOLs, thought leaders, and HCP while managing internal projects in a completive marketplace. This year’s track is features sessions, panel sessions, and spotlight sessions on the impact of MSL in an organization, Developing a MSL team structured around a therapeutic area, Incorporating MSLs involvement in SOP, IITs, clinical trials, and many more timely topics

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