Peer-to-peer communication remains a staple of the medical education environment. There is inherent value in healthcare practitioners (HCPs) speaking to other HCPs in order to share, debate, and ultimately compel action that delivers improvements in patient care—the single most important objective for HCPs. (more…)
October 24, 2018by Leo Francis, PhD
The PhRMA Interactions with Healthcare Professionals highlights the importance of speaker training, stating that it “… is an essential activity because the FDA holds companies accountable for the presentations of their speakers.” Some might look at speaker training as a check-the-box activity—training speakers on the...
July 3, 2018by Jeff Sears