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The changing face of medical communications over the past 15 years

In addition to well-known websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, there are industry-specific platforms, such as the HCP network SERMO, plus discussion groups where patients and industry professionals can

Latest news

  • The diseased organisation The diseased organisation

    As will be obvious from most industry conferences or from LinkedIn feeds, the market for fads and fashions is much greater than that for genuine, research-based solutions.

  • Pharma ramps up its use of Instagram Pharma ramps up its use of Instagram

    For those 35 and older, US research carried out in December 2015 by comScore places it second for use but behind LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+ when it comes to reach.

  • Cuttsy and Cuttsy launches campaign celebrating healthcare industry Cuttsy and Cuttsy launches campaign celebrating healthcare industry

    Along with the P2WIH website, the initiative has been launched across the social media platforms Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, with people sharing their 'proud moments' using the hash tag #proudtoworkinhealthcare.

  • Finalists revealed for Communiqué Awards 2016 Finalists revealed for Communiqué Awards 2016

    You can also follow proceedings on Twitter - where we'll be tweeting from@CxHealth and using the hashtag#CxHealth,  the PMLiVE Facebook Page  and the Comm uniqué LinkedIn Group.

  • Digital roundup Digital roundup

    Its presence on the social network adds to the firm's use of YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter.

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Latest Intelligence

  • Pharma social media Pharma social media

    other channels, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, but this is expected to drop now that LinkedIn has launched a native video content feature.

  • Developing advocacy in the pharmaceutical industry Developing advocacy in the pharmaceutical industry

    Novel: Identifying social media activities – in terms of involvement, scope and impact – via LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, ResearchGate, etc.

  • No incentive for a cure No incentive for a cure

    www.pmlive.com or in the PME LinkedIn group. Article by.

  • Being social Being social

    In addition to well-known websites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn; there are industry-specific platforms, such as the HCP network SERMO, plus discussion groups where patients and industry professionals can

  • Business as usual Business as usual

    Suvarna flagged up the threat posed by social media. He described a situation where an account manager at a pharmaceutical firm commented on a customer's LinkedIn post.

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  • Apple snaps up medical experts Apple snaps up medical experts

    Technology giant Apple continues its medical tech executive recruitment drive. According to LinkedIn job title change analysis carried out by Reuters, Apple has hired at least six high-profile biomedical experts,

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