Yesterday, I posted my key takeaways from last week’s FDA advisory meeting for Social Media and Internet Marketing #fdasm (“Ask Not What Social Media Can Do For You“). Today, I’m providing food for thought for how presenters can improve their impact with an FDA advisory board. This is based on watching the 77 presentations last week, and having recently participated in the FDA Risk Communications Advisory Meeting this past February.
Building on a previous post: “Pharma: No More Bullets Please“, here are seven points that can help improve your next presentation to an FDA advisory committee. (These tips will also apply to other important upcoming presentations) Continue reading