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Bachelor of Science
Nov 13, 2018
The specialist will work with a team of medical information professionals to capture unsolicited medical inquiries from health care professionals, consumers, and corporate business partners. Also, research and respond to requests for scientific/medical information
using various search and retrieval techniques and medical literature database (product label, published and unpublished studies) to develop a medical/scientific response that is accurate, fair balanced, complete and delivered in a timely manner.
Respond to a variety of medical information inquiries from various sources with nominal supervision.
Have frequent and direct communication with a diverse audience to relay technical/medical information that is accurate, balanced and meets compliance guidelines.
Recognize and forward adverse drug events and/or product complaints in timely fashion to Pharmacovigilance and Quality departments, and document accordingly.
Ensure response time to Quality assurance requests is done within one business day. Assist in staffing of the medical information booth according to the company policies and procedures.
Update and maintain knowledge and awareness of company’s products, clinical research and current regulations through reading, attending seminars, meetings or formal classes.
Represent department and provide compliance support for medical information activities.
Assist in staffing of the medical information booth according to the company policies and procedures.
Assist in on-boarding and training of new hires.
Minimum of B.S. degree: Science, Health Care or related fields from an accredited college or university
1-2 years of pharmaceutical or related experience required
Advanced degree (PharmD, RN) with at least three years pharmaceutical or related experience would be preferred.
Working knowledge of current Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and/or other US regulatory requirements and guidelines
Experience in use of computer systems and database and software applications
Open to Nurses
Must be eligible to work in the US