Social Media: A Useful Tool or a Distraction in Medical Publications?
In this webinar we will be joined by Lynda Chang, Beatrice V. Vetter-Ceriotti and Tamalette Loh of Complete HealthVizion, three of the authors of a recent article in The MAP newsletter. Social media is part of everyday life for many healthcare professionals (HCPs) who use it alongside traditional communication channels for scientific exchange and debate. The benefits of facilitating the transparent and credible exchange of medical publications-related information are clear. Insights from online discussion also provide new channels when looking at treatment landscapes for disease areas. The question for medical publication professionals is how to communicate through social media and how to navigate the unique compliance, trust, and content challenges that social media poses.

Questions from the audience will be welcomed.

It should be of interest to anyone working in and around publications management.

The webinar is free of charge and all being well a recording will be posted afterwards at

Note we are allowing 60 minutes for the webinar and we always aim to finish promptly on time.

MedComms Networking Webinars will be run every Wednesday at 12.00 midday UK time from 2 October through to 4 December. We'll then take a break and start again in 2020. They will be free to all who wish to attend. Topics will range widely but the aim is always to be relevant to people working in and around MedComms, by which we mean medical communications, medical education and medical publishing, and anyone who wants to start. See for full details of upcoming events.

Oct 9, 2019 12:00 PM in London

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