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The rise of online physician communities in Europe

 

A DIGITAL REVOLUTION: The use of authenticated online physician communities has been increasing exponentially across Europe in recent years. Networks in Health – a unique international alliance of online physician networks with more than two million members worldwide – and its sister company Doctors.net.uk – the UK’s largest and most active network of doctors – have been at the forefront of these developments.

To share their vast knowledge and experience of European online physician communities, Networks in Health and Doctors.net.uk will join forces to host a webinar on October 10, at 2.00pm Europe, 1.00pm UK time. This free webinar will explore why doctors have adopted professional online networks across Europe, how they are engaging with them and, most importantly, how pharma companies can capitalise on the opportunity to engage with doctors online across Europe.

Expert speakers will include Dr Tim Ringrose, CEO of Doctors.net.uk, Simon Grime, Managing Director, Communications for Doctors.net.uk and Len Starnes, founder of Len Starnes Digital Healthcare Research & Consulting and former Head of Digital Marketing & Sales, General Medicine, at Bayer Healthcare Pharma.

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