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Best Practices for Medical Science Liaisons

Posted on: 15 Dec 03

Summary

This comprehensive one-day training offers MSLs, their managers and those interested in a better understanding of the profession an overview of what the job entails, best practices and realistic ways to incorporate them into your own job. The training will focus on the components of a successful career as a MSL, as opposed to educating on individual therapeutic types.

Field-based medical science liaisons (MSLs) play a vital role within pharmaceutical and biotechnology organizations. The variety of responsibilities they have directly affects the success of a therapeutic agent, as MSLs engage Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) for their products, help develop company marketing and educational programs, and communicate vital information to sales teams, health practitioners and clinical investigators.  Therefore, it is imperative that your company’s MSLs are armed with current and pertinent scientific information and fully comprehend how to properly execute their jobs in an efficient, ethical and effective manner.

 

This comprehensive one-day training offers MSLs, their managers and those interested in a better understanding of the profession an overview of what the job entails, best practices and realistic ways to incorporate them into your own job. The training will focus on the components of a successful career as a MSL, as opposed to educating on individual therapeutic types.

 

Pharmaceutical Education Associates is proud to present Best Practices for Medical Science Liaisons, the only training seminar of its kind. 

Jennifer McGinnis

Last updated on: 27/08/2010 11:40:18

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