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Medical Affairs Seminar - Launching a High-Value Medical & Scientific Affairs Team

22 Jan 2013 - 23 Jan 2013 - Boston, MA, USA

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Medical Affairs Seminar - Launching A High-Value Medical & Scientific Affairs Team

During the past decade, Medical Affairs has become a critical function within all pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. A high-performance Medical Affairs team will not only support but drive the safe, effective and appropriate use of medications throughout a product lifecycle. A Medical Affairs Department is now a necessity rather than a luxury. 

Launching a High Value Medical Affairs Team is an interactive learning opportunity for professionals who are setting up, expanding or restructuring Medical Affairs Departments and Groups. This program will help participants identify the needs of their organization, the appropriate structure and organizational alignment and identify critical functions, and will clarify many other operational aspects that are key to building a sustainable and respected department.

This conference will offer an opportunity to learn from others who have built Medical Affairs teams from the ground up, including the good, the bad and the ugly. Finally, and most important, the seminar is an excellent opportunity to pause from everyday duties, in order to reflect on your medical affairs strategies and tactics, and exchange experiences through networking and discussion with your peers.

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