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Creating an effective patient engagement set of practices that is enduring and future-proof

What’s next for different disciplines of patient engagement in 2022? Find out more with Emma Sutcliffe, Jon Hoggard, Olivia K, and Ross Jackson. We are committed to providing Voice to Value practices that are egalitarian and enduring.

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Prime GlobalCreating an effective patient engagement set of practices that is enduring and future-proof
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Social media in patient engagement

It is hard to overstate the importance of social media in today’s healthcare ecosystem. Research has shown us that 74% of all internet users engage with social media, with a huge 80% of those people looking for health-related information or engaging with health-related topics.1  Social media has also become a place for people with chronic conditions to connect with each other, with research suggesting 40% of patients rely on social media to assess how others are dealing with and managing their condition.2

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Prime GlobalSocial media in patient engagement
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Event roundup: Pharma & Patient USA 2021

Promoted by Reuters as ‘The only destination for North American patient centricity leaders’, Pharma & Patient USA 2021 was a 3-day virtual event that took place in November 2021 with a mission to ‘Embed lived experience across the value chain to surpass centricity and embrace ground-breaking integration’. Prime Global’s VP Patient Recruitment Services, Ross Jackson, was in attendance and shares his insights from the event.

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Prime GlobalEvent roundup: Pharma & Patient USA 2021
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People living with HIV: 40 years of patient activism

This World AIDS Day, Emma Sutcliffe, SVP Patient Insights and Solutions, takes a look at how far we’ve come and how far we’ve yet to go. Patient activism is a key factor in this progression; Emma discusses her experiences over a near-three-decade career in medical communications and working with patient organisations and how central the patient really is.

 

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Prime GlobalPeople living with HIV: 40 years of patient activism
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How can we make lung cancer trials more patient-centric?

In recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Olivia Kersey, Patient Engagement Strategist, illustrates current opportunities for the pharmaceutical industry to better meet lung cancer patients’ needs across clinical trials and beyond.

 

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Prime GlobalHow can we make lung cancer trials more patient-centric?
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Your guide to patient authorship

Patient involvement in clinical trial design has evolved to provide opportunity for patients to be involved in medical publications. This evolution has allowed medical publications to gain invaluable patient perspectives on clinical research, by involving patients as authors in the development of plain language summaries and other, more traditional types of research publications1.

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Prime GlobalYour guide to patient authorship
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An interview with Kirsty Anderson, Digital Project Lead

Kirsty Anderson, Digital Project Lead, took the time to discuss all things digital with us! In this interview, she shares insight into her role, the challenges and opportunities of a digital project, and her views on the future of digital.

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Prime GlobalAn interview with Kirsty Anderson, Digital Project Lead
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Key Themes from ISMPP West 2021

We were glad to attend the ISMPP West 2021 Meeting on October 21–22, the first in-person meeting in almost two years! The meeting focused on opportunities for connectivity, transparency, and inclusivity, and Jenny Blackham, VP Client Partnerships, gave us first-hand insight! Read below to learn more about the key themes at the conference.

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Prime GlobalKey Themes from ISMPP West 2021
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Dealing with Problematic Comments on Clinical Study Facebook Ads

Because so many people see Facebook ads, you can expect at least a few negative or other problematic comments. Even though you do not author such comments, viewers will associate them with your study. Ross Jackson, VP Patient Recruitment Services, discusses how to handle such comments.
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Prime GlobalDealing with Problematic Comments on Clinical Study Facebook Ads

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