US-MA, Global Medical Communications Expert SR0043281-MZ
Global Medical Communications Expert
Objective/Purpose: The Global Medical Communications Expert will contribute to building a best-in-class medical communications organization within Global Medical Affairs at Takeda. She/he will ensure that medical and scientific results from Takeda studies are communicated in an accurate, timely, compliant and compelling manner.
Scientific Communications: Develop the Medical Communications Strategy as part of the global medical strategy through implementation and maintenance of a scientific communication platform for assigned brands in collaboration with the medical affairs team, the publications lead and other stakeholders.
Scientific Content: Generate scientific content for internal and external medical communications-related activities such as scientific slide decks, digital assets, etc. for use during internal education, scientific symposia, medical affairs advisory boards, master classes, etc.
Congress Activities: Support congress planning and execution including oversight of content and design for the medical affairs booth, collection and generation of scientific insights, and planning of scientific symposia.
Scientific Review: Provides medical input for approval of promotional materials for global priority products and associated brands in collaboration with the cross functional International CMLR (Commercial-Medical-Legal-Regulatory) team. She/he may also serve as a Medical Approver for the Medical Affairs material review process.
Accountabilities: The person will stay up-to-date on the latest science and data in the field, on occasion engage with key thought leaders in the medical community, and contribute significantly to the creation, collection, and dissemination of business-relevant, actionable scientific insights to key stakeholders across the organization and key customer segments.
Develop and implement a medical communication plan for assigned brand(s):
Participate in the International CMLR review process and ensure materials are medically sound and aligned with relevant company strategy:
Decision-making and Autonomy:
Education, Behavioral Competencies, and Skills:
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