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Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age

Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Clinical research is changing. No longer the sole preserve of clinicians and researchers, the Internet and new digital technologies are reinventing the way in which patients take part in the clinical trials process.
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Patients are hungry for knowledge and will find the trial that meets their needs.  We can work to be more easily found on the internet.

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Ad blockers rule the top of Apple download charts

Ad blockers rule the top of Apple download charts | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
The people have spoken: mobile ads suck.
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If we want to  help connect patients to trials, we'll need to think more creatively about how to do this.  I will look to publishing great content, storytelling, and art to help do this.

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Regulatory Considerations for Using Social and Digital Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment

Regulatory Considerations for Using Social and Digital Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
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Social Media The New Clinical Research (And Marketing) Tool

Social Media The New Clinical Research (And Marketing) Tool | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
As in all healthcare domains, social media can play a critical role when it comes to clinical trial planning, execution, and optimization. ...
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Is There a Link Between Recruitment and Social Media? | Applied Clinical Trials

Is There a Link Between Recruitment and Social Media? | Applied Clinical Trials | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
A survey of Belgian clinical research professionals offers insights into the future of social media
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Setting up a Strong Social Media Recruitment Program for Clinical Trials

Setting up a Strong Social Media Recruitment Program for Clinical Trials | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
A review of a recent IRB submission reflecting a thoughtfully-prepared social media recruitment program for clinical trials.
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The Role of Social Media in Recruiting for Clinical Trials in Pregnancy

The Role of Social Media in Recruiting for Clinical Trials in Pregnancy | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Background Recruitment of women in the periconceptional period to clinical studies using traditional advertising through medical establishments is difficult and slow. Given the widespread use of the internet as a source for medical information and research, we analyze the impact of social media in the second phase of an ongoing randomized, open-label clinical trial among pregnant women. This study aims to assess the effectiveness of social media as a recruitment tool through the comparison of
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FDA taps PatientsLikeMe to test the waters of social media adverse event reporting - MobiHealthNews

FDA taps PatientsLikeMe to test the waters of social media adverse event reporting - MobiHealthNews | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
MobiHealthNews FDA taps PatientsLikeMe to test the waters of social media adverse event reporting MobiHealthNews “Most clinical trials only represent the experience of several hundred or at most several thousand patients, making it impossible to...
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Pharma needs a digital blueprint to stay successful | mHealthNews

Pharma needs a digital blueprint to stay successful | mHealthNews | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
A digital strategy is important for pharma to remain relevant.

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Are Physicians Really Technology Averse? - TechnologyAdvice

Are Physicians Really Technology Averse? - TechnologyAdvice | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
The stereotype of the technology resistant physician has become all too common. We examine if it's true, with some surprising discoveries.
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Social media for pharma – an expert’s view

Social media for pharma – an expert’s view | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Even with risks and regulations, pharma needs to engage with patients and learn more about them
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Why Is Flu Deadlier Than Ebola?

Why Is Flu Deadlier Than Ebola? | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
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Unless you’ve been on a deserted island, you’ve heard the countless news reports of the Ebola health crisis in West Africa and its small scale spread to the United States and other countries. Time magazine even named the
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Intel is swarming wearables as part of its Internet of Things strategy

Intel is swarming wearables as part of its Internet of Things strategy | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it

Intel missed being the leader in mobile tech, but it doesn’t want to miss the wearables wave. So the company is investing heavily in components for wearables, and that strategy is integrated with the company’s larger mission of providing tech for the Internet of Things (IoT), or connected everyday objects.


Not only will Intel design components for wearables, but it’s also designing its own wearable devices and partnering with the fashion houses and retailers that will sell them. Those wearables will provide a stream of data to Intel’s Internet of Things infrastructure, which will analyze and make sense of the data so that you can get insight into your life, such as how much you need to exercise or sleep


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FDAnews Announces — Mastering Social Media for Clinical Trial Recruitment On ... - PR Web (press release)

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Today, one in five clinical trials sponsors is using social media to engage, recruit and retain subjects for clinical trials.
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Home | LillyTrialGuide.com

Home | LillyTrialGuide.com | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Find a Lilly Clinical Trial for You or a Loved One
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our version 1 of Lilly TrialGuide. Look for more enhancements and exciting campaigns to inspire patient volunteers!

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Blippar - Pharmaceutical companies should use social media in clinical trials

Blippar - Pharmaceutical companies should use social media in clinical trials | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Pharmaceutical companies should use social media in clinical trials
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Leveraging Social Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment

Leveraging Social Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
When it comes to patient recruitment techniques, digital channels, including social media, represent a valuable, albeit somewhat untapped resource.
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5 reasons why clinical trials need mobile technology now - mHealthNews (blog)

5 reasons why clinical trials need mobile technology now - mHealthNews (blog) | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
In a previous post I discussed both the merits and needs for the use of mobile technologies in clinical trials.
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How Clinical Research Sites Can Engage Patients Using Facebook | Rebar Interactive

How Clinical Research Sites Can Engage Patients Using Facebook | Rebar Interactive | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Clinical research sites can use a 6-step systematic framework to engage and recruit clinical trial participants on Facebook.
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Social Media and Clinical Trial Recruitment | HealthWorks Collective by @jonathancatley

Social Media and Clinical Trial Recruitment | HealthWorks Collective by @jonathancatley | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
With enrollment rates continuing to drop even as more clinical trials are being conducted, the imperative is clear: clinical trial coordinators must seek new approaches in order to reverse this trend and meet their enrollment goals. Here’s a closer look at social media's potential to change the landscape of clinical trial recruitment.
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What is the role of social media in healthcare?

What is the role of social media in healthcare? | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
POST SUMMARY: While social media is moving quickly through the “hype” line it can serve as an important source of information from people who are researching health information online.  In the late...

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4 Regulatory Considerations for Using Social Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment

4 Regulatory Considerations for Using Social Media in Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Social media can be powerful tools for recruiting clinical trial participants and speeding up enrollment; however, there are regulatory considerations
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How Social Media Is Transforming the Physician Communications Landscape

How Social Media Is Transforming the Physician Communications Landscape | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
Doctors are having to change the way they communicate with each other and social media is the tool for doing this.
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Tips for Healthcare Providers to Connect with Patients on Pinterest - Social Media Strategies Summit Blog

Tips for Healthcare Providers to Connect with Patients on Pinterest - Social Media Strategies Summit Blog | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
With Pinterest users currently in excess of 70 million people, you can rest assured your patients are active on the image-based social media site.

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Social Media Channels for Healthcare | HealthWorks Collective

Social Media Channels for Healthcare | HealthWorks Collective | Clinical Trial Recruitment and Social Media | Scoop.it
So many social media channels; so little time! It can be overwhelming. Following is a discussion of the social media channels I use for healthcare and why I use them.
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