*This event is available for UKTMN members only*
As using social media and digital tools to recruit and manage clinical trials becomes increasingly popular, this webinar will cover the ways in which social media can benefit clinical trials, and assist the efficient management of several elements of a trial.
Arabella Baker (PhD student, University of Nottingham) will discuss the EMO study, an online study in which social media platforms were used as a recruitment tool. Rachel Plachcinski (Independent PPI consultant) will discuss how an online PPI group was established via social media and maintained to help contribute to perinatal research at the University of Nottingham. Finally, we will hear from Southampton CTU, who have developed online resources and training tailored to help trialists implement the use of social media in clinical trials, based on experience within their trials.
This webinar will be presented by Arabella Baker (University of Nottingham), Rachel Plachcinski (Independent PPI consultant) and Southampton CTU.
Please note, you need to register for this event in order to receive an email invitation to join the session. Registrations are limited to 250 attendees and places will be offered on a first come first served basis.
This webinar will be hosted via MS Teams. You will need access to the web and sound facilities in order to view the webinar.
A recording of the webinar will be made available after the event. All our members will be notified by email as soon as this is available. UKTMN members also have access to previous webinar recordings via the UKTMN YouTube channel.
If you have any questions regarding this event or wish to cancel your place, please email [email protected]