As four Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) fellows affiliated with Rutgers and Thomas Jefferson University, we are conducting an online survey on the use and evaluation of medically-related social media websites. We are aiming to gather your feedback as the end-user on what you expect to find or benefit from medically-related social media sites. This way, any potential unmet needs can be addressed in the future based on your valued responses.
Please visit our survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/T6K8XW8. All participants will remain anonymous and the survey will not ask for any private health information. It should take a maximum of 10-15 minutes to complete all of the questions.
We plan on presenting the results of our survey as a poster presentation at the annual Drug Information Association (DIA) conference in Carlsbad, CA on March 9th, 2011.
We appreciate your participation and support. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. Thank you! Dipam Doshi, Ashley Johnson, Edward Lee, and Irene Wang.
Irene Wang is a PharmD fellow affiliated with Rutgers University. She works for Daiichi Sankyo Inc.
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I will take a look at the site and see what the questions look like and decide if I want to participate.
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Not being very scientific, are we.