What does future look like for MD, PhD, and PharmD professionals in the life sciences?
The medical affairs function has two primary goals:
(1) Educate and disseminate medical information and
(2) Generate new data.
Medical affairs is involved in a variety of important decisions related to pharmacovigilance, health economics research and designing clinical trials among other functions. The value that medical affairs contributes within the medical community can be seen on a daily basis. Indeed, health care providers (HCPs) are increasingly relying more on the “medical arm” of the industry for education instead of the sales team. To fully understand the background and reason for this, it is important to provide a brief review of some historic industry milestones over the last decade.
This course is offered for free by ACMA as a demonstration of our content delivery system and course structure.