Our mission is to advance the important role of Medical Affairs across the Life Sciences industry. We will do this by:
- Establishing standards of excellence across different Medical Affairs functions.
- Building and maintaining a best in class training platform for Medical Affairs.
- Creating a forum to facilitate meaningful dialogue on challenges and opportunities in medical affairs.
Establish Medical Affairs as a leading voice influencing healthcare policy and the education of (1) the medical community (2) patient organizations and (3) payors and market access.
Yes. The ACMA has offices in the United States, Southeast Asia and South America. We work with major organizations around the world such as the Canadian Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (CCPE), NYU School of Medicine, Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Maryland College of Pharmacy, the Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), Interfarma, and the Brazilian Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (SBMF) We are continuing to expand our global footprint by developing the first ever standards and guidance document for medical affairs professionals in the world.