Social Media Accountability
for Drug and Devicemakers Controlling the Online Conversation
No one seems to know what the rules of social media for life sciences are, including, some might say, the FDA itself. The agency's piecemeal approach to establishing a social media policy over the past five years consists of four narrow guidances that don't begin to cover all the issues.
The agency just can't keep pace with this ever-expanding phenomenon. But that hasn't kept it from issuing warning letters to drug and devicemakers for perceived violations.
Social Media Accountability for Drug and Devicemakers gives you an understanding of how to use social media for product promotion without running afoul of the FDA:
What online communications the FDA holds firms accountable for
The differences between the FDA's definitions of regulated and unregulated content and solicited and unsolicited communication
How to present required risk information in limited space
Correcting third-party misinformation
When use of hyperlinks is appropriate
Monitoring and reporting adverse events
Using social media to reach your audience can be very effective if you're creative and careful. Order your copy of Social Media Accountability for Drug and Devicemakers today.
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