Join the Movement! Collaborate with the largest gathering of Medical Affairs leaders anywhere, to see why everyone is so passionate about MAPS.
MAPS, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, supports the whole function across all diﬀerent levels of experience/specialty to engage, empower and educate.
Tapping into the collective intelligence of the MAPS community gives you the opportunity to connect with leaders in Medical Aﬀairs, experience share with peers in a safe environment and build cross-industry standards and guidance, together.
With keynote and expert panel sessions on such topics as Medical-Commercial Partnership & Interactions, Collaborating & Working Across the Medical Affairs Matrix, and Medical Affairs Vision 2025, as well as over 12 practical workshops and a dedicated MSL program, MAPS 2019 will ensure that you leave with a new vision of how to approach the key issues that you face each day. All sessions are non-promotional, and developed in close coordination with our Executive Leadership members and other senior industry executives – FOR MEDICAL AFFAIRS, BY MEDICAL AFFAIRS.
See what our leaders/past speakers are saying about MAPS
Always filled to capacity, our popular network events will provide an opportunity to mingle with MA leaders and meet new colleagues who all share your passion for raising the bar for Medical Affairs excellence. Join us for our Welcome Reception & Silent Auction on Sunday evening; and our very own MAPS 2nd-line parade down Bourbon Street on Monday evening. You’ll have time after each for dinners on the town with colleagues old and new.
DEDICATED FIELD BASED MEDICAL PROGRAM
Moving Into the Spotlight – Polishing FBM to Shine!
Over 8 hours of dedicated sessions for Field Based Medical (FBM) professionals aimed at providing you the insights and tools and insights to drive change. Participate in plenaries and small-group workshops on topics such as: Training for Tomorrow – operationalize training to meet evolving needs; the Evolving Healthcare Ecosystem – being able to speak beyond the clinical data; and Benchmarking Change Over Time in Engagement, among others.