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MASS East - Medical Affairs Strategic Summit

16 Apr 2013 - 18 Apr 2013 - PA, USA



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3 CONFERENCES – 1 LOCATION – ALL ACCESS

12th MSL

MSL team leaders are continuously looking for new ways in which to effectively build, motivate, and retain successful MSL teams as well as solidify methods to measure the effectiveness of MSLs and the true value they bring to the organization. MSLs are constantly evolving with ever expanding roles and need to hone field skills, learn new strategies, and work more cohesively with internal and external stakeholders is critical.

17th IIT

17th Investigator Initiated Trials Conference teaches the latest strategies for improving IIT implementation and management processes both locally and globally.  Hear directly from leading companies and industry leaders on remaining compliant and adhering to KOL communication protocols.

4th Medical Affairs

With the current healthcare system requiring more data, proof of quality, and outcome evidence from biopharmaceutical companies, M.A.S.S. East’s 4th Medical Affairs Executive Forum will provide medical affairs departments the tools to effectively streamline medical information dissemination.



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