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WCCT Global Announces Social Media Clinical Study Recruitment Strategy Webinar to be held on April 4th, 2013.
Date:3/26/2013

Costa Mesa, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2013

WCCT Global, Contract Research Organization announced today that they will be hosting an exclusive webinar on April 4th, 2013 at 11:00 PST. This webinar will be focused on the use of Social Media for clinical study participant recruitment. This topic is one of most talked about subjects in the pharmaceutical industry today. Social Media is being used by many companies for recruitment but most are not using all the tools necessary to have a fully successful campaign. WCCT Global has decided to host this webinar because of the amount of inquiries do to the success of their enrollment using many tools including social media.

The title of the webinar is “5 Proven Strategies for Clinical Study Recruitment with Social Media”. This will be presented by WCCT Global’s Digital Media & Marketing Manager and a special guest speaker who is a leader in social media strategy. They will be discussing 5 key areas that have made WCCT Global’s recruitment efforts extremely successful and going through each one in great detail. Social Media is a rapidly growing community of different populations and anyone who is in the clinical development industry should learn to use these tools to their advantage.

WCCT Global is a multi-site, full service global contract research organization (CRO) of outsourced early drug development and late phase services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. The WCCT Global vision, “With compassion for people, we strive for tomorrow’s therapies to be available today” truly exemplifies the focus and reason for our cutting edge work both in our clinics and throughout our operations. As a drug development partner, WCCT Glo
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