A Simple Guide to Social Media for Clinical Trials

The terms “social media” and “social networks” refer to an expanding web of internet-based platforms which permit users to instantaneously share content with friends, neighbors, and the world at large. These networks also provide a remote medium for people to make connections, build relationships and organize into online communities. If current trends hold, the importance of social media in clinical research is only going to increase.


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