Track 4: Medical Affairs and Scientific Communication
This track will share global insights from medical affairs professionals and medical writers. Sessions will address necessary skills and best practices for compliance in an increasingly cross-functional work environment for the medical affairs, medical information, and scientific communication professional.
Sessions in Medical Affairs and Scientific Communication
Monday, June 21-Friday, June 25 | Short Courses
- #022A: Medical Writing Training Programs: Teaching the Next Generation of Regulatory Medical Writers
- #024P: Optimizing the Document Review Process
Monday, June 28
- Challenges for Medical Information Sharing
- How Are Medical and Health Economics Data Generated and Disseminated to Various Customer Segments?
- Automation in Scientific Writing Deliverables
Tuesday, June 29
- Developing a Best-in-Class Learning and Performance Program for the MSLs of Today and the Future
- Opportunities for Harmonization of Clinical Trial Information in Regulatory Documents
- Effective Medical and Scientific Stakeholder Engagement: Are Digital Solutions The Answer?
Wednesday, June 30
- Lean Writing: Making Regulatory and Clinical Documents Simple and Straightforward
- Interpreting and Writing About Clinical Trial Data
- Improving Efficiency and Quality of Regulatory Documents
Thursday, July 1
- Recent Developments and Strategies in Pediatric Drug Development Documentation
- The Pain and the Pleasure: Lessons from Going Live with a Structured Content Management (SCM) System
- Preparing Medical Information for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to a Full Launch During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Who is This Track Designed For?
Professionals involved in: medical or regulatory scientific writing, medical communications, and medical information. Medical science liaisons are also a key audience.