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20 Days Until The 48th Annual DIA Conference

By Aaron Fleishman on Mon, Jun 4, 2012

You may be wondering: how is BBK Worldwide using social media at the 48th Annual DIA Meeting this year? Wonder no more! We’re pulling out all the stops to be your #1 resource to stay up to date on all the happenings at the DIA. Here’s a brief rundown of our social media outlets and how you can get involved, share your experiences, and join the conversation even if you’re not attending.

 

Topics: Social Media, Conferences

BBK Worldwide and the ExL Pharma Conference

By Matthew Stumm on Tue, Mar 13, 2012


Once again the ExL Pharma conference is taking place in Philadelphia, which only means one thing: I’m coming home! Home sweet home. With the huge social media kick happening right now for patient recruitment, it’s pretty obvious what a lot of the discussion topics will be at the conference.

Topics: Conferences

BBK Worldwide's Online Health Movement

By Aaron Fleishman on Mon, Mar 12, 2012

"Should I get my Tweets or Facebook posts IRB-approved?" "What happens when patients Tweet about adverse events and mention the trials their participating in?" "How can we control conversations about our company or clinical trials on social media?" During a roundtable discussion at the 2012 CHI SCOPE conference, these questions and concerns came up.

Topics: Patient Advocacy, Social Media, Conferences

The 4th Annual Patient Recruitment and Retention in Pharma Conference

By Bonnie A. Brescia on Fri, Feb 17, 2012

I’m on my way to Barcelona for the 4th Annual Patient Recruitment and Retention in Pharma Conference, hosted by the Allan Lloyds group (21–23 Feb 2012) and looking forward to experiencing the delightfully cold winter in Europe. We haven’t had any snow in Boston since Halloween in late October which has been a big disappointment, softened only by the unseasonably warm weather.

Topics: Conferences

BBK Worldwide is Back from SCOPE - Part Two

By Bonnie A. Brescia on Thu, Feb 16, 2012

Andre Briola
I’m already looking forward to next year’s conference and continuing to network and connect with people in the healthcare industry. My biggest take away was the roundtable discussion I participated in. The topic revolved around country selection and feasibility. It was very interesting to me that although some of the talks were on global site selection, a number of participants were interested in learning about process and timing of country selection. It seems to me that even though most clinical trial sponsors (pharma or device companies) are conducting their studies globally, the selection of each country is done by accessibility, location of affiliates offices, etc. There is additional room for improvement, education, and progress to make the best decision about country selection that meets the clinical trial needs.

Topics: Conferences

BBK Worldwide is Back from SCOPE - Part One

By Bonnie A. Brescia on Mon, Feb 13, 2012

BBK is back from the 2012 CHI SCOPE conference excited and motivated for the rest of 2012 with plenty of insights to share. Below is a recap of the conference from two of BBK’s attendees. Stay tuned for Part Two of our recap.

Topics: Conferences

 

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