Medical Affairs Executive Forum -

Medical Affairs Executive ForumApril 15 - 17, 2015 / Morristown, NJ

Integrated Delivery of Scientific information to Maintain Regulatory Compliance, Achieve Successful Product Launches and Build Strong, Long-Lasting Relationships with Key Opinion Leaders

Medical Affairs Executive Forum – Medical Affairs Executive Forum

Medical affairs professionals make sure that information is communicated efficiently and that teams act in silos to achieve regulatory compliance, successful product launches and post-market activities. Within a company, a medical affairs team may:

  • Provide disease information to team members, consumers and HCPs
  • Work with regulatory and legal teams to ensure compliance of promotional, educational and technical documents
  • Support marketing teams to guarantee scientific accuracy of all developed and distributed content
  • Work with clinical and commercial groups to make sure clinical data is understood and used accurately in commercial operations
  • Maintain relationships with KOLs
  • Oversee publication strategies
  • Work directly with MSLs to strengthen relationships with KOLs
  • Identify and train KOLs & MSLs

Even though medical affairs play a vital part in supporting and maximizing productivity and communication between teams, roles and responsibilities can vary greatly depending on the company’s life cycle and whether companies have prelaunch vs. mature products or are undergoing mergers and acquisitions. The Medical Affairs Executive Forum addresses the ways Medical Affairs departments are affected by the current pharmaceutical landscape, ways to develop KIPs for communicating value to external and internal stakeholders, tactics for operational efficiency, communication with the FDA, resource management, and many more topics!

Who Should Attend             

This conference is designed for representatives from pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device organizations with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Medical Affairs/Field Medical Affairs
  • Medical Science and Field Medical Science
  • Medical Science Liaisons
  • Clinical/Scientific Affairs
  • Medical Strategy
  • Key Option Leadership/Thought Leadership/Opinion Leader Relationships
  • Marketing & Commercial
  • Research & Development
  • Medical Education
  • Medical Science
  • Medical Communications
  • Publication Planning
  • Post-Marketing Studies/Phase IV
  • Scientific Communication
  • Program Management
  • Health Economics
  • Quality Assurance
  • Scientific Engagements
  • Strategic Relations