The training effect is when you train your team and then they hit a plateau. Their skill set drops off, they’re not as motivated. Who has experienced this? All of us! You say to yourself, “I don’t get it I trained them, I invested the time, what is happening?”
Why does certification result in long term mastery? Because of repetition. The needing to maintain knowledge over time raises the bar and keeps individuals motivated. Repetition and continual reinforcement is how you keep knowledge increasing over time. Certification is the difference between a "dabbler" and a "pro" or "specialist"
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With a few clicks, you can provide standardized training to your entire Global Medical Affairs/MSL Team.
What is the value of medical affairs? MSL/Medical Affairs teams play a vital role in the life sciences industry. A recent survey showed that 87% of Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) preferred MSLs who had the BCMAS credential. They were perceived as more credible, more trustworthy and more competent. With BCMAS™ you protect the integrity of the MSL/Medical Affairs function and distinguish it from the sales function.
Board Certification in Medical Affairs with BCMAS™ establishes a uniform benchmark of excellence that ALL MSL/Medical Affairs Professionals must attain. It ensures that your entire team is meeting a standard of excellence. Establishing professional standards in Medical Affairs is the future. Click here to listen to what the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Head of the Centers for Drug Evaluation & Research says about why what the ACMA does is important.
Every company struggles with the industry’s negative public perception. What better fix than ensuring that the individuals who represent the company in scientific communication meet the highest standards of knowledge and conduct? The key to reducing future risk reduction and management is Medical Affairs certification.
With BCMAS-certified skills, your team will be ready to capture scientific and competitive insights. By delivering better insights, your team enables the whole company to set and execute a more effective medical strategy. The organization will move more quickly and nimbly to meet market challenges and opportunities. That’s an advantage to definitively answer the “value” question.
Accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education & Training/American National Standards Institute (IACET/ANSI). A Globally Recognized Body of Excellence in Professional Development & Certification.
The FDA supports the ACMA Mission to establish standards of excellence across the life sciences industry. Regulators know that standards improve long-term patient outcomes.
Click here to listen to Dr. Janet Woodcock, MD, Director of the Center for Drug Evaluation & Research at the FDA.
KOLs prefer MSLs who are Board Certified in Medical Affairs (BCMAS™)
87% of KOLs surveyed said that MSLs who held BCMAS were perceived as being more:
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