Speaking at a webinar on the “Internet-enabled” patient

I will be speaking later today in a live webinar hosted by Tudor-Reilly. Here is their invitation to the event, but I also hope to be able to link to an audio recording in a few weeks’ time.

We are hosting a live webcast on Thursday, 18 July to discuss the findings of Tudor Reilly Health’s new white paper Doctor disconnect. Our research has shown that the internet now rivals healthcare professionals as a source of information about clinical research and that, in the majority of cases, doctors are not initiating conversations about clinical trials with their patients.

Join our webcast from 4-5pm GMT to hear a panel of leading voices including Andrew Langford – chief executive, British Liver Trust, Dr Matthew Foxton – consultant hepatologist, and Andrew Smith – independent commentator, discussing what the findings mean for patients and carers.

Copies of the white paper will be available to download shortly before the event.

If you would like to join the webcast, send a request to neil.hardman@tudor-reilly.com.