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Contract Research Organization, WCCT Global, Announces the Importance of Building a Social Trust for Clinical Trial Recruitment
Date:5/1/2013

Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2013

Contract Research Organization, WCCT Global, announced today that the most important factor in recruiting subjects for a clinical trial is establishing a social trust. WCCT Global is expressing this after a very successful webinar that was held a few weeks ago, discussing proven strategies for the use of social media when recruiting for clinical studies. All of the strategies that were discussed lead to the point that the organization that has the largest engaged clinical participant following and has established a trust within the community will have great success in recruiting from these communities for different studies. WCCT Global has been able to do this with the proper use of social media strategies in order to grow a very large population following that is interested in wanting to participate in clinical trials with the company. The power in having an engaged community of potential participants is that they are eager to listen and sign up for new studies. WCCT Global’s Digital Media & Marketing Manager Matt Miller stated, “We have seen huge success with the implementation of our social media and online strategies for patient recruitment for studies in all therapeutic areas. The established RMT or Recruitment Management Tool that WCCT Global has implemented is a recruitment process that sponsors should recognize and benefit from.”

Establishing trust on a social standpoint comes from the amount of contact points one has and the engagement of others. When an organization has been able to brand themselves in the clinical participant community as a trusted source for clinical studies, the communities will not hesitate to sign up for other upcoming studies. This equates quick
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