Incorporate timely and credible peer reviewed expert opinion did Dr. so and so get back to me yet?
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Best Laid SchemesThe plan is approved.The papers are written andsubmitted.Strategy Tactics Action Its been a year. The client wants to know what’s been published. What if the answer is “nothing”?
Could you have added value?While publication plans will change over time, the “painand grief” of journal rejection, lag-times and unforeseenauthor delays can be mitigated by using: non-traditional peer reviewed publications
What can you count on?gaps in your plan are expected – what credible tactics can you offer to fill them?
Fill the gaps with roundtables peer-reviewed expert roundtable discussions add creative value
roundtables complement any plan Compelling Topics Pre-Launch • easy to read • low hurdles to absorption • disease state Rejuvenate Data • epidemiology • start the discussion • pathophysiology • patient groups Single or Serial Approach • time the discussion • maintain relevancy Post-Approval Independent Expert Commentary • education • provide another perspective • treatment options • guidelines Respond to Change • new indications • competitor’s publications • new approvals Implement Scientific Themes • safety issues • create a multi issue series or supplement • consensus
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