In today’s video I discuss some of the most effective ways to use social media when it comes to clinical research recruitment. Contrary to what many are actually doing out there, the best way to use social media is not as a distribution of content platform. Each different social network requires a different approach. Hopefully this video can get you started in the right direction. By the way, the book that I mentioned is only $2.99 and you can find it here.
In this podcast/video I answer some viewer emails and cover topics such as:
-what are the differences between CRO’s and SMO’s
-how do you run a successful clinical research company
-how to properly train your employees and create a winning company culture
-following your standard operating procedures
-some recruitment strategies that actually work
and lots lots more!
Below is the video where I interview a future hopeful clinical research associate (CRA). We get into some of her background as a study coordinator for oncology trials at a Southern California University. Mya also shares a bit of her personal story with respect to clinical trials and what they mean to her personally.
In this video below, Mya is actually interviewing me for a PhD program thesis that she is writing on the business of clinical trials and government funding.
Thanks for watching and as always, let me know if you have any questions regarding CRA’s, funding, or careers in research!
In this video I address questions in regards to clinical trial recruitment such as whether IRB approval is needed for every recruitment activity that a Site undertakes. I also discuss the ever-controversial referral fees to physicians as well as other study participants. Thanks for helping make my latest book “How To Recruit Clinical Trial Study Participants” a Medical Reference bestseller this week on Kindle! If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s only $2.99 and if you buy it and review it I’ll hook you up with a cool prize (just email me)!
In this week’s podcast I discuss a wide variety of topics and answer a whole lot of viewer questions. How to deal with difficult monitors at your research clinic, how to get more studies for your clinical trial companies, how to get certain careers in the research industry, and my favorite of all: how to get extremely profitable running a clinical research business! I hope you enjoy and as always, shoot me your email questions.
Hey guys and gals! In the second podcast of 2014, I answered about a half-dozen audience questions on all things related to clinical trials. From satellite sites to internships, from clinical research coordinator salaries to IRB’s and clinical trial advertisements, I think I pretty much covered a wide range of topics. Enjoy and be sure to let me know your thoughts!