_For more than twenty years, I've sung the praises of Medical Information teams in pharma companies to anyone who'll listen. As a vital frontline service, they provide much needed support to external and internal customers. Nowadays, in Europe, the requirement for this "scientific service" is stipulated in Article 98 of Directive 2001/83/EC, as amended, relating to the use of medicinal products for human use.
Healthcare professionals need information about licensed medications that is accurate, unbiased and timely in order to support rational prescribing decisions about patient care. Their patients may also make requests for information that need to be handled sensitively to preserve the healthcare professional-patient relationship. All the while, company brand teams and field force staff expect their demands to be met yesterday.
Medical Information professionals therefore, need particular skill sets balancing such demands, in their daily workflow. MMP can help with managing such balancing acts, from providing locum cover to consultancy on specific projects.
_The pressure to deliver results at every stage in the clinical development process is ever present. Now more than ever, with these cost and time-critical projects, you need a safe pair of hands.
When resources are tight, you need flexible cost-effective options that can be implemented at a moment's notice. Like covering for a CRA on short term sick leave, or one on maternity leave, because there's no spare capacity in a team already stretched well beyond their limits. Sound familiar?
Ready for a no hassle option to fill the gaps, when and where needed?
MMP can hit the ground running, from conducting your site feasibility visits to selecting your investigators, monitoring or closing out your studies.
Or, perhaps you need help with your SOPs? Take a look at my sopwriting blog, for some tips from my alter ego, Dr M | The SOP Doc.
Training and Development
Courses are always evolving, but one that's proved ever popular (I wonder why?) is all about developing your SOP writing skills: How to write user-friendly Standard Operating Procedures.
This workshop is designed to help participants write effective SOPs that demonstrate understanding of Good Clinical Practice. On the course you'll learn how to capture clinical research processes with enough detail for consistent conduct. By the end, you'll be able to:-