Medical affairs consulting services


How can MedLink support you?

MedLink offers a variety of services to meet your medical affairs needs including medical compliance review, publication planning, scientific communication and clinical data presentation. 

Content and dissemination will be tailored to your relevant stakeholders be it investors, physicians, patients, patient organisations or payers. 

Below you will find additional details on some of the services that I offer. Get in touch to learn more and tell me about your needs for scientific communication and stakeholder engagement.


Do you need to convince investors, doctors, or payers about your clinical results? 

MedLink can help you communicate and present your data to relevant stakeholders, both internally and externally which can include:

  • creating scientific content
  • developing medical slide decks
  • translating complex scientific data into clear, clinically relevant publications
  • creating disease awareness
  • developing medical education
  • outlining abstracts and scientific manuscripts


Get ahead of the game and be ready to present your data to the right audience at the right time.

MedLink can help you structure a publication strategy which can include: 

  • mapping of conferences, advisory boards and symposia
  • keeping track of submission deadlines for conferences 
  • mapping of data availibility
  • planning of content and presence at relevant meetings
  • outlining content for abstracts and posters
  • creating scientific presentations


Review and approval of scientific and promotional material can be very time-consuming.

MedLink can help you perform medical compliance review of your scientific material including publications and presentation as well as any promotional materials - always according to applicable rules and regulations based on the most relevant references and with an eye for detail. 


Get in touch to dicuss any needs or ideas your may have or need support for.

Additonal services can include:

  • mapping of the competitive landscape for commercialisation and differentiation
  • study and programme overviews
  • scientific training material
  • patient information
  • newsletters
  • handling of investigator-initiated studies
  • SOP development or revisions
  • medical information Q&As