An online lecture explores ethical benefits and challenges of social media recruitment for clinical studies.
Recruiting patients for clinical studies through social media yields ethical benefits and challenges. On 24th November 2022 at 15:00 CET, TherVacB experts in biomedical ethics, empirical research, social media, AI and digital health, Bettina M. Zimmermann and Theresa Willem, will open the floor to a brief discussion of benefits and challenges of social media recruitment for clinical studies from an ethical perspective. They will introduce a checklist for researchers to determine the suitability of social media recruitment when designing a study. In a Q&A session, they will be open to further discussing questions and comments from healthcare professionals, recruitment operators such as digital study, nurse researchers or young investigators in clinical settings.
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In this lecture, Dr. Bettina M. Zimmermann and Theresa Willem, M.A., will introduce findings of their empirical and literary research carried out at the Institute of History and Ethics in Medicine, Technical University of Munich, Germany, published in a first article in the Journal of Medical Internet Research in May and September 2022.