Medical Affairs & Patient Partnership Manager

Medical Affairs & Patient Partnership Manager

Kyowa Kirin International

Netherlands

JOB PURPOSE:

The Medical Affairs & Patient Partnership Manager provides medical and scientific support, usually focused on a specific franchise and country, externally - to the medical community - and internally. The role provides scientific support from Medical Affairs to local and regional brand teams, responding to requests from healthcare professionals and supporting partnership activities with patients and patient organisations.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create and/or review medical materials, e.g., literature reviews, medical letters, slide shows, etc.;
  • Provide medical/scientific training to the local organisation or cluster;
  • Provide medical input into branding and tactical planning, as appropriate;
  • Build and maintain a professional network with relevant members of the medical/scientific community, pharmaceutical organisations, and patient associations;
  • Review and approve marketing materials;
  • Facilitate publication of relevant local scientific and/or patient management data on KKI products;
  • Write and execute the local medical plan in collaboration with the Cluster Franchise Medical Director, in line with the international medical plan, the international medical strategy and the international and local marketing strategies and manage the local medical budget;
  • Contribute to pan-European projects and issues;
  • Gain and maintain in-depth medical, scientific, and clinical knowledge of the relevant therapeutic area by attending training sessions, studying literature, attending scientific sessions at congresses, and exchanging information with competent and/or experienced healthcare professionals;
  • Communicate objective, substantiated and relevant scientific information to internal stakeholders;
  • Respond appropriately to scientific enquiries from healthcare professionals regarding approved brands/products (both on and off label), and regarding products in development at various stages of clinical trials, by providing accurate, non-promotional scientific information in accordance with company policies and country-specific legal and ethical requirements;
  • Actively develop and participate in the agenda for Advisory Committee and Clinical Investigators meetings;
  • Organise specialist conferences and facilitate external experts with national, regional, or global recognition. Provide scientific support to speakers upon request;
  • Attend national, regional, and international scientific conferences and meetings to maintain and update knowledge of the therapeutic area and to understand and interact with the professional environment;
  • Facilitating collaboration and partnership building with learned societies and rare disease networks;
  • Assisting health professionals in the submission of IIS (Investigator Initiated Studies) applications and requests for financial support for the development of research projects;
  • Supporting partnership activities with patients and patient organizations;
  • Map and identify opportunities to work with patient representatives, NGOs, academics and other relevant stakeholders to gather the patient perspective;
  • Build effective, long-term relationships between patients/patient organisations and KKI in a compliant manner;
  • Co-construct with patient organisations, policy, advocacy and education programmes, based on patient/carer behaviours, experience, needs and preferences;
  • Supporting interactions with patient representatives internally and supporting external engagement in close collaboration with medical affairs;
  • Organising events with patient organisations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • University degree in medical field, nursing or biology or relevant experience;
  • Good knowledge of regulatory affairs, legislation, regulations, and authorities at national level;
  • Extensive experience in a medical affairs and clinical operations department;
  • Extensive knowledge of local, regional, and national health systems and care delivery processes;
  • Successful experience in working with cross-functional teams at local and international level;
  • Demonstrate a deep understanding of health policy, rare disease and pharmaceutical industry environment, and the levers for influencing policy change;
  • Experience in therapeutic areas (recommended);
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills; ability to understand the perspective of health professionals and build mutually beneficial long-term relationships;
  • You are a role model for others, in line with Kyowa Kirin's culture and values;
  • Excellent knowledge of the local language and English, with knowledge of languages of other cluster countries an advantage.

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