Social Media

What We’ve Learned About Automating the Promotion of Clinical Trials On Social Media (Part 1)

What We’ve Learned About Automating the Promotion of Clinical Trials On Social Media (Part 1)

Check it out! A new tool that automates the generation and distribution of user-friendly social media messages about research.

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How Social Media is Changing the Life of Patients and How it Could Help Research As Well

How Social Media is Changing the Life of Patients and How it Could Help Research As Well

Facebook helps patients with rare diseases to break out of their isolation. It also provides unique, new opportunities for research, especially study participant recruitment.

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Great Example: Digital Campaign Creates Major Support for Research Project

Great Example: Digital Campaign Creates Major Support for Research Project

This soil sampling research project tailored to citizen scientists provides heartening evidence that researchers can achieve major success on digital platforms.

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Useful Social Media Overview Map

Useful Social Media Overview Map

Here is a great resource for everyone who tries to get an overview of the current (2014) online and social media landscape created by Overdrive Interactive.

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Launching New Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Launching New Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Let me begin by saying that this is an experiment: Together with colleagues at the University of Southern California and our external partners at Experiment and at Symplur, we are inaugurating a Digital Scholar Training Initiative to help researchers better utilize the Web in support of their research.

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Use This Digital Marketing Map For Gap Analysis

Use This Digital Marketing Map For Gap Analysis

Useful overview of a range of digital marketing channels and tools available to reach and interact with audiences online.

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Lessons from Twitter Prompt Scientists to Rethink Public Health Outreach

Lessons from Twitter Prompt Scientists to Rethink Public Health Outreach

In this interview, Barbara Gerbert, PhD, and Natalie Heaivilin, DDS, explore how Twitter may help health professionals to prevent dental disease in the future.

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