Social Media & Safety Without Borders

By Elena Popa, Junior Scientist, DIA EMEA Found in: Article, Safety & Pharmacovigilance, Medical Communications

Mobile apps and social media are within everyone’s reach, no matter your age or where you’re from. Their potential for good and…

Typographic Changes in Package Leaflets of the European Union

By Jörg Fuchs, PhD; Saskia Kraft; Annina Vettermann; Prof Michael Reiche, PhD Found in: Article, Medical Communications

Typography significantly influences the legibility and usability of patient information. This study investigated the...

Identifying Potentially Confusing Proprietary Drug Names

By Millie B. Shah, PharmD, BCPS; Lubna Merchant, PharmD, MS; Irene Z. Chan, PharmD, BCPS; Kellie Taylor, PharmD, MPH Found in: Article, Medical Communications

This study aimed to provide a descriptive analysis of characteristics that are common among drug name pairs involved in name...

Use of Mass Media for Drug-Related Information in Sarawak

By Chuo Yew Ting, BPharm(Hons), MPhil; Mohd Shahezwan Abd Wahab, BPharm(Hons), MPharm(Clin Pharm); Kah Seng Lee, BPharm(Hons), MPhil, MBA; Robin Tiow-Heng Tan, BPharm(Hons); Long Chiau Ming, BPharm(Hons), MPharm(Clin Pharm), PhD Found in: Article, Medical Communications, PE / Quality of life / Health

Because of the large size of Sarawak and the high proportion of people residing in rural areas in this Malaysian state...

Highlights from DIA MedSciComm Forum

By Raleigh Malik, Senior Scientist, DIA Americas Found in: Article, Medical Communications, Medical Science Liaison

In March 2017, the DIA Medical Affairs and Scientific Communication Forum brought together more than 425 medical information…

8 Key Takeaways from the DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference

By Raleigh E. Malik, PhD, DIA Senior Scientific Liaison Found in: Article, Advertising & Promotion, Marketing & Sales, Medical Communications, Regulatory Affairs

The DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference brought together leaders from FDA, industry, and academia in…

Saudi Arabian Patient Evaluation of Package Leaflets

By Sinaa Alaqeel, MSc, PhD; Nahed Al Obaidi, MSc Found in: Article, Medical Communications, PE / Quality of life / Health, Regulatory Affairs

The purpose of this study was to determine how well patients could correctly recognize and comprehend the various information...

FDA Is Reaching Out to You on Social Media!

By Ginneh D. Stowe, MS, CDER, FDA Found in: Article, PE / Quality of life / Health, Regulatory Affairs, Medical Communications

A key element of US FDA’s mission is helping the American public get the accurate, science-based medical product information they…

Global Forum Special Section: Social Media @DIA

By Brandon King Found in: Article, Anti-doping, Academic Health Centers, Alternative / Herbal Med, Biotechnology, Clinical Data Management, CMC, Safety & Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Research, Clinical Supplies, Devices & Diagnostics, Medical Communications, Managed Health, Medical Writing

Social media is essentially like talking to someone, just through your respective computers, iPhones, smart devices or other electronic or digital tool.

Social Media & Safety Without Borders

By Elena Popa, Junior Scientist, DIA EMEA Found in: Article, Safety & Pharmacovigilance, Medical Communications

Mobile apps and social media are within everyone’s reach, no matter your age or where you’re from. Their potential for good and…

Typographic Changes in Package Leaflets of the European Union

By Jörg Fuchs, PhD; Saskia Kraft; Annina Vettermann; Prof Michael Reiche, PhD Found in: Article, Medical Communications

Typography significantly influences the legibility and usability of patient information. This study investigated the...

Identifying Potentially Confusing Proprietary Drug Names

By Millie B. Shah, PharmD, BCPS; Lubna Merchant, PharmD, MS; Irene Z. Chan, PharmD, BCPS; Kellie Taylor, PharmD, MPH Found in: Article, Medical Communications

This study aimed to provide a descriptive analysis of characteristics that are common among drug name pairs involved in name...

Use of Mass Media for Drug-Related Information in Sarawak

By Chuo Yew Ting, BPharm(Hons), MPhil; Mohd Shahezwan Abd Wahab, BPharm(Hons), MPharm(Clin Pharm); Kah Seng Lee, BPharm(Hons), MPhil, MBA; Robin Tiow-Heng Tan, BPharm(Hons); Long Chiau Ming, BPharm(Hons), MPharm(Clin Pharm), PhD Found in: Article, Medical Communications, PE / Quality of life / Health

Because of the large size of Sarawak and the high proportion of people residing in rural areas in this Malaysian state...

Highlights from DIA MedSciComm Forum

By Raleigh Malik, Senior Scientist, DIA Americas Found in: Article, Medical Communications, Medical Science Liaison

In March 2017, the DIA Medical Affairs and Scientific Communication Forum brought together more than 425 medical information…

8 Key Takeaways from the DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference

By Raleigh E. Malik, PhD, DIA Senior Scientific Liaison Found in: Article, Advertising & Promotion, Marketing & Sales, Medical Communications, Regulatory Affairs

The DIA Advertising and Promotion Regulatory Affairs Conference brought together leaders from FDA, industry, and academia in…

Saudi Arabian Patient Evaluation of Package Leaflets

By Sinaa Alaqeel, MSc, PhD; Nahed Al Obaidi, MSc Found in: Article, Medical Communications, PE / Quality of life / Health, Regulatory Affairs

The purpose of this study was to determine how well patients could correctly recognize and comprehend the various information...

FDA Is Reaching Out to You on Social Media!

By Ginneh D. Stowe, MS, CDER, FDA Found in: Article, PE / Quality of life / Health, Regulatory Affairs, Medical Communications

A key element of US FDA’s mission is helping the American public get the accurate, science-based medical product information they…

Global Forum Special Section: Social Media @DIA

By Brandon King Found in: Article, Anti-doping, Academic Health Centers, Alternative / Herbal Med, Biotechnology, Clinical Data Management, CMC, Safety & Pharmacovigilance, Clinical Research, Clinical Supplies, Devices & Diagnostics, Medical Communications, Managed Health, Medical Writing

Social media is essentially like talking to someone, just through your respective computers, iPhones, smart devices or other electronic or digital tool.