Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications Forum
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What is happening at Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications Forum
Medical Information/Communications departments need to be agile to meet changing customers' needs. The rapid shift to a more virtual environment in the face of an ongoing global pandemic is challenging these groups to deliver and engage in different ways. Hear how your colleagues have navigated rapid shifts in the external environment. Gain tangible insights on navigating the digital space and keeping pace with changing customer expectations. Learn how organizations are transforming customer interactions into actionable insights through technology and digital transformation. Apply these learnings to refine content creation and dissemination to meet evolving customer needs.
Find out how this track will aid in bettering your skills in medical communications.
Network and learn from your Medical Writing and Communications colleagues. Independent industry experts will share the latest approaches in medical regulatory and publication writing. Sessions include challenges and opportunities in medical writing as result of the COVID-19 pandemic, streamlined processes in medical writing and eCTD submissions, recruiting and retaining needed medical writing talent, DSUR best practices, processes and best practices in publication writing, topics in transparency and disclosure, and much more. Attend the Medical Writing track for an exciting and informational look into the challenges and emerging opportunities in Medical Writing.
Find out how this track will aid in bettering your skills in Medical Writing.
As the frontline scientific storyteller in the pharmaceutical industry, the Medical Science Liaison role continues to be dynamic and growth oriented. This track is appropriate for current or prospective Medical Affairs Professionals, including Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs), MSL Directors, MSL Operations, HEOR Liaisons, Clinical Liaisons, other field medical staff, and anyone with interest in learning more about the issues impacting this critical field medical role. You will find a comprehensive and cohesive agenda that has been curated and peer-reviewed by recognized thought leaders from the MSL and Medical Affairs community. The content is high-quality and non-biased, developed BY field medical professionals FOR field medical professionals in the setting of DIA’s neutral, global forum. This is your opportunity to network with the field based medical community.
Find out how this track will aid in bettering your skills in Medical Science Liaison.
- Three educational tracks: Medical Communication, Medical Writing and Medical Science Liaison
- One full day Preconference Primer *Additional fee required
- Half day Preconference Short Courses *Additional fee required
- Live and Virtual Exhibit Hall
- Two Poster Sessions highlighting original research from fellows, residents in training, and professionals
- Two Networking receptions