Someone is posting inaccurate information on the web — and some customers are going to believe it. In this 90-minute, nuts-and-bolts webinar presented by recognized social media expert Bradley Merrill Thompson, Member, Epstein, Becker & Green, and leader of the mHealth Regulatory Coalition, attendees will hear real-world examples about these all too real scenarios.

Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) June 14, 2016

Correcting Misinformation in Social Media:
When, Where, Why and How To Do It
July 12, 2016 — 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
http://www.fdanews.com/correctingmisinfosocialmedia                

It’s happening more often. Someone is posting inaccurate information on the web — and some customers are going to believe it.

It’s a real problem — and it’s got manufacturers concerned — and more than a little angry.

What to do?

Correct it? Ignore it?

What if it’s posted to the company’s Facebook page? A patient’s page? An online forum? Tweeted? Or on any myriad of social media platforms?

In this 90-minute, nuts-and-bolts webinar presented by recognized social media expert Bradley Merrill Thompson, Member, Epstein, Becker & Green, and leader of the mHealth Regulatory Coalition, attendees will hear real-world examples about these all too real scenarios, and learn:

  •     How to craft a social media policy to rely on, even in critical situations
  •     How to get out in front of situations that call for proactive use of social media — without incurring additional legal liability
  •     How a leading pharmaceutical company dealt with the posting of incorrect information about the side effects of one of its drugs
  •     How medical device companies should respond to advertisements by law firms that recruit patients by attacking products
  •     How to deploy FDA guidance to establish a social media policy that is responsible and compliant
  •     How to respond positively on Twitter and Facebook to customer complaints to squelch unfounded rumors and enhance a product online

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Register today and learn how to craft an effective social media policy.

Meet the Presenter:
Bradley Merrill Thompson, Member, Epstein, Becker & Green
Bradley Merrill Thompson counsels medical device, drug, and combination product companies on a wide range of FDA regulatory, reimbursement and clinical trial issues. Mr. Thompson regularly defends companies receiving FDA warning letters, on a wide gamut of subjects including good manufacturing practice, compliance and off label promotion.

Who Will Benefit:

  •     Auditors
  •     Compliance officers
  •     Consultants/service providers
  •     Data management and statistics personnel
  •     Executive management
  •     General/corporate counsel
  •     Investigators
  •     Managers
  •     Manufacturing directors and supervisors
  •     Personnel new to the industry
  •     Pharmaceutical and cGMP auditors
  •     Regulatory/legislative affairs professionals
  •     Risk management specialists
  •     Strategic planning and business development staff

Webinar Details:
Correcting Misinformation in Social Media:
When, Where, Why and How To Do It
July 12, 2016 — 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
http://www.fdanews.com/correctingmisinfosocialmedia                

Tuition:
$287 per site

Easy Ways to Register:
Online:     http://www.fdanews.com/correctingmisinfosocialmedia        
By phone: 888-838-5578 or 703-538-7600

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