DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Assessing Medical Advisors and MSLs Training Programs: Key Metrics (Executive Summary)" report to their offering.
Medical Science Liaisons training programs are critical to the success of the MSL role and their organization. This executive summary presents condensed graphic representation of the full analysis conducted to assess current training practices for medical advisors/MSLs on-boarding and continuous programs. The analysis provides executives with key metrics, benchmarks, number of hours, methods used to conduct training, typical functions involved (trainers), five real-world training program profiles, as well as a the development of on-boarding and continuous training program model outlines.
Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) need to uphold higher standards, and develop and maintain quality relationships with thought leaders. Thought leaders often sense green and stale MSLs and will give more time to those who are up-to-date on recent publications, product features and industry highlights than those who rehash the same content from one meeting to another or simply are behind the eight ball. Therefore, the need for first-class MSLs is imperative to the success of both the MSLs and their organizations.
Establishing proven and rigorous on-boarding training programs is critical to ensure new hires gain the ability to conduct their assigned tasks quickly and for companies to actually benefit from having new employees with higher job satisfaction who can contribute to the organization in a timely fashion.
Similarly, as the industry face constant changes in regulations and compliance, companies need to warrant that their employees enhance their knowledge and maintain an updated understanding of their role within the fast-moving life science environment through rigorous continuous training programs.
The findings are based on exchanges with 22 Medical Affairs executives representing 20 companies based across Asia, Europe and Latin and North America.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1 - Status of MSL Team Deployment
Section 2 - Medical Advisors / MSL Education Profile
Section 3 - Typical Profiles of MSL Activities
Section 4 - On-Boarding Training Programs
Section 5 - Continuous Training Programs
Section 6 - Individual Company Training Programs Profiles
Section 7 - Key Practices and Models
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