Category Archives: Social Media

FDA Seeking Even More Input on Character Space Limitation

This week FDA published a notice in the Federal Register seeking comment on the proposed collection of information regarding research entitled “Character-Space-Limited Online Prescription Drug Communications“. The notice states that the objective of the research is to test whether a … Continue reading

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Pharma Twitter Activity

I recall a time when the head of a regulatory department of a pharmaceutical company told me that the company would never, ever, ever under any circumstances be involved in social media. By my count, today that company has twenty-one … Continue reading

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More Space on Twitter – Does it Change Things for Pharma?

This week media carried reports that Twitter was going to making a shift in policy regarding space. Until now, you have been limited to 140 characters in your tweeting which included space for your – albeit tiny – URL and/or … Continue reading

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What Pharma’s Are Doing on Periscope – Update on the Landscape

If you have Periscope on your phone, you may find yourself doing something and all of a sudden, hear a little whistle that is the sound cue to let you know that someone you follow has gone live. I set … Continue reading

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Socializing Medicine – FDA Enforcement Involving Social Media

Have you ever had a conversation with someone who said pharma needs to stay away from social media because it is too risky? Even today, some hold that opinion. When social media, used primarily by individuals in its nascent stage, … Continue reading

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